Lawrenceville Woman's Club
What has LWC done?
The membership of the LWC has had a powerful impact on the Gwinnett community. We provided the leadership to begin the Gwinnett Council for the Arts, Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful, and the Gwinnett Hospital Auxiliary. Our interests are as varied as our membership. Our goal as a group of caring women is to help determine the needs of the community and work to fulfill those needs. This is accomplished through our Community Service Programs and Community Improvement Projects.
How does LWC work?
The LWC is led by an Executive Board which is made up of the elected officers and the Program chairwomen. The Board helps coordinate plans for the Club, reviews all requests for the Club's help, and presents recommendations to the Club for approval. Members receive a newsletter prior to each monthly meeting. Our service work at all levels--local, state, national, and international--falls into six areas of service: The Arts, Conservation, Education, Home Life, International Outreach, and Public Issues.
What's in LWC membership for you?
The LWC will provide an opportunity for you to interact with other women with similar as well as diverse interests and backgrounds. By working together toward a common goal, you will enrich your life as well as the lives of the people you touch. We believe much more can be accomplished when there are many working together than when acting as an individual.
What will it cost you in time and money?
The dues of the Club are $60 a year for active members. Attendance at all regularly scheduled meetings is expected. The majority of your Club work will be through your own choices. You are encouraged to participate as much as your interests dictate and your time allows. At times, the Board will require participation through time, treasure, or talent in certain Club-wide projects. We hope to provide the opportunity for you to choose to participate in projects which include your current interests in the community as well as help you develop new interests.