Westlake Junior Women's Club invites new members

The Westlake Junior Women’s Club will have its first meeting of the 2011-2012 season on Wednesday, Sept. 7, at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Wyndgate Clubhouse building, 2570 Wyndgate Court in Westlake. This is a meeting for returning members and is also a special welcome meeting for women who have an interest in joining the club. The first hour of the meeting will be a social time to mix and mingle and learn more about the club and its members.

Established in 1957, The WJWC is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting the community both financially and through service projects. Each year the club organizes and sponsors several fundraising events to support the community and provide scholarships to local high school seniors. The club’s largest fundraiser is the annual Basket of Treasures Craft show held at Westlake High School in November.

The club is open to women of all ages and you do NOT need to be a Westlake resident to join! The purpose of the WJWC is to realize the needs of the community and provide support while fostering fellowship among the members. 

Some of the charities that have benefited from the Westlake Junior Women’s Club include: Far West Center, Matthew's Lending Library, Meals on Wheels-Westlake, North Coast Health Ministry, Providence House, Westlake Service & Assistance Center, Westlake police and fire departments, Relay for Life, Youth Challenge, Lakeshore Day Camp, Parent Connection and more!

For more information, check out the club’s Facebook page or their website at www.westlakejuniorwomensclub.com.

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Volume 3, Issue 17, Posted 3:00 PM, 08.23.2011