The Wake Forest Woman’s Club is again sponsoring the Betty Ann Wilkinson Technical Education Scholarship with a $500 award. High school seniors attending Wake Forest High School, Heritage High School and Franklin Academy who will begin technical or community college in the fall of 2023 are eligible to apply. The application deadline is March 1, 2023.For more information on our service club and how to join, please visit www.wake-forest-womans-club.com. See MoreSee Less
The Wake Forest Woman’s Club is again sponsoring the Betty Ann Wilkinson Technical Education Scholarship with a $500 award. High school seniors attending Wake Forest High School, Heritage High School and Franklin Academy who will begin technical or community college in the fall of 2023 are eligible to apply. The application deadline is March 1, 2023.For more information on our service club and how to join, please visit www.wake-forest-womans-club.com. See MoreSee Less
Plans are being made to celebrate Wake Forest Woman’s Club’s Federation Day. Look for more information, but in the meantime, please visit www.wake-forest-womans-club.com for for information about our service club and how to join. See MoreSee Less
January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month. In 2017 the Wake Forest Woman’s club club received the GFWC-NC Silver Award as the winner for our Federation Day Project 2016, the newly planted gloriosa daisy garden in Joyner Park. We partnered with the Town of Wake Forest to create the beautiful garden next to the park’s walking path. A sign in the garden, provided by the Town Wake Forest, has continued to this day to call attention to the topic of victims and survivors of human trafficking. Learn more about that topic here: www.state.gov/national-human-trafficking-prevention-month/For more information about our service club and how to join, please visit www.wake-forest-womans-club See MoreSee Less
"More than 50 years after his death, Martin Luther King Jr. continues to make an impact on people of all ages, races, and backgrounds. His words inspire those that want to stand up for injustice or speak out for a cause. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has arguably made the most impact single-handedly on breaking the social barriers of a race of people."“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’”From inspirekindness.com/blog/martin-luther-king-jr See MoreSee Less
"What a pleasure it was to receive and enjoy the creative works of arts and crafts from Wakefield High School art students as well as from club members. In various categories, impartial judges selected the entries that will advance to the district-level competition in February." For more information about our service club and how to join, please visit www.wake-forest-womans-club.com See MoreSee Less
The Education and Libraries CSP members combined a planning meeting with a completion of the hands-on service project that began during a general meeting in November. The bookmarks for Black History Month are beautiful, ladies!For more information about our service club and how to join, please visit www.wake-forest-womans-club.com. See MoreSee Less
New members bring their talents, energies, and fresh ideas. We welcome new members to our club’s like-minded community-service volunteers. “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead See MoreSee Less
Sorting through our closets and cupboards to find gently used items that we no longer need but others might purchase has taken on a whole new meaning for our nine club members. Reverend Tart and Mr. Binkham explained how the seemingly simple act of donating items to the thrift store supports the whole structure of the rescue mission’s goal to "Mend shattered lives by restoring families and give our community hope." We participated early in MLK Day of Service and learned about the rescue mission’s outreach in areas of homelessness and addiction. See MoreSee Less