GFWC of Holden Beach is a volunteer community service organization, established under the auspices of the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC). We are dedicated to serving our community and country, offering opportunity for personal growth and leadership, and promoting friendship and fellowship among our members. Our club is a member of GFWC, the GFWC of North Carolina (GFWC-NC) and GFWC-NC District 7. Welcome to our website! Check here frequently for latest news and events.
Monthly Club Meeting - Induction and Charity Gala Wrap Up 6:00 p.m. Board Meeting 6:15 p.m. Club Social 6:30 p.m. Club Meeting
Graduation Celebration for Boys and Girls Homes of NC
LEADS - GFWC Florida
GFWC Annual Convention The Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa Hollywood, Florida
"Stuff the Bus" - Education CSP Walgreens, Holden Beach
District Summer Meeting Hosted by Lumberton Woman's Club
Club Summer Social at Caroline Galan's
Monthly Club Meeting - Public Issues
Links for Literacy Riverwood CC, Clayton
GFWC of Holden Beach received first place state awards for it’s club Newsletter and Yearbook. Awards were presented at the 111th GFWC-NC State Convention in Winston Salem.
Julie Wolfe, club president and Judy Brock, club first vice president and editor of the newsletter received the Brenda Causby Sugar and Cream Set for the best newsletter.
President and Linda Sturgill, membership vice president and editor of the yearbook received the Round Silver Tray.
Peggy Schiavone received the GFWC-NC Juanita Bryant Citizenship and Patriotism Award at the State Convention in Winston Salem.
GFWC of Holden Beach supports Lower Cape Fear Hospice
Five GFWC clubs in Brunswick County joined together to build the Hope Garden at the Bolivia location. Here Julie Wolfe, club president, on the left, is presenting a check to complete the club's $2,000 pledge to Cindy Cheatham, Outreach Provider Representative for Brunswick County with Lower Cape Fear Hospice.
GFWC-HB provides breakfast for Teacher Appreciation Week to teachers at Cedar Grove Middle School and Supply Elementary School.
Pictured are Club President Julie Wolfe and Education CSP Chairman Donna Geise at Supply Elementary.
GFWC-HB held an awards ceremony at the Cedar Grove Middle School to recognize students for their participation in The General Federation of Women’s Clubs North Carolina State Art Festival. Two students were recognized with award certificates and ribbons for outstanding achievement. Pictured from the left are, Sarah Persaud, Cedar Grove Middle School Art Teacher, Ann Landis, GFWC-NC Recording Secretary, Taylor Webb, GFWC-NC third place state winner in Drawing; Caroline Galan, GFWC Art Community Program Chairman, Haley Taylor, GFWC-NC state honorable mention winner in Poetry; April Holleman, Cedar Grove Middle School teacher and Karen Throckmorton, GFWC Art Community Service Program student participation chairman.
L & L Montessori School students receive state awards
The GFWC of Holden Beach Woman’s Club held an awards ceremony at the L & L Montessori School to recognize students for their participation in the GFWC-NC State Art Festival .Two students were recognized for outstanding achievement. Pictured from the left are, Caroline Howard, GFWC-NC third place state winner in poetry; Karen Throckmorton GFWC Art Community Service Program student participation chairman; Ann Landis, GFWC-NC Recording Secretary; Maggie Hopper, GFWC-NC first place state winner in mosaic art craft; and Lynette Watson, Executive Director for the L & L Montessori School.
April 27, 2013
Bake Sale at Day at the Docks
The GFWC of Holden Beach woman’s club recently participated in the Holden Beach “Day at the Docks” Festival with a bake sale tent. The money raised supports Brunswick County charities. Pictured here are Helen Stead; Penny Heidtke, project chairman; Benny Hall; Jean Newland; Pam Burris, International Outreach Community Service Program chairman and Maureen Wright, club recording secretary.
April 16, 2013
Morgan Thomas received the Carey Page Truesdell Scholarship.
Pictured with Morgan are Club President Julie Wolfe and Education CSP Chairman Donna Geise.
Volunteers honored at Cedar Grove
GFWC of Holden Beach volunteers were honored recently at a Volunteer Appreciation Brunch at Cedar Grove Middle School. Pictured here from the left, are Donna Geise, Education Community Service Program Chairman; Maureen Wright, Recording Secretary; Ann Landis, GFWC-NC Recording Secretary; Shelly Cheers, Cedar Grove Middle School Parent and Volunteer Facilitator; Jane Decker and Tom Decker who also assist the WINGS Ministry with the Backpack weekend feeding program for Cedar Grove Middle School.
GFWC-NC District 7 Clubwoman of the Year.
Club President Julie Wolfe, pictured on the left, was selected GFWC-NC District 7 Clubwoman of the Year. The award was presented by GFWC-NC District 7 President Cindy Hewitt.