Our Club meetings are usually held on 2nd Tuesday of the month at 10:30 a.m at the LaFayette Library during the months of January thru April and August thru November. Our monthly meetings focus on the needs in our community through volunteer local service projects.
We host a Special Meeting in December. During the summer months we don’t formally meet as a club, but continue to host volunteer activities.
We welome guests at our meetings. Those interested in joining must be invited by to join by the board, Membership is not granted until guests attend at least one monthly meetings, complete a membership application and pay annual dues of $50. If you would like additional information about GFWC The LaFayette Woman’s Club, please contact our Membership Chair at Ajaye Brown at email@example.com. She would be happy to provide you additional information.
By becoming a member, you have the opportunity to work with other women to improve the social, cultural and physical needs in our community. In so doing, you will meet and make new friends, gain knowledge and experience, become a better citizen of community and have fun while doing so.
As a member of the our club, you will….
- Attend our Monthly meetings and all LWC events – we meet monthly to discuss the activities of our association and relevant topics affecting our community today.
- Receive our monthly LWC Newsletter – with current events that affect you and our local Club’s objectives.
- Receive Membership in the Georgia Federation of Women’s Clubs – For more information about GFWC Georgia, please visit www.gfwcgeorgia.org. You also have the option to receive the GFWC Georgia’s Bi-Annual Newsletter.
- Receive Membership in the General Federation of Women’s Clubs – For more information about our GFWC, please visit www.gfwc.org. You have the option to receive the GFWC News & Notes weekly bulletin.
- Receive GFWC discounts found here: https://www.gfwc.org/membership/membership-discounts/
- Make new friends who want to make a difference in our communities.
- Give Back and Serve Your Community – Join our organization and work on worthy projects, donate foods to local food banks, provide assistance for adult literacy, assist less fortunate children obtain scholarships to the Tallulah Falls School, work to educate the community about conservation and much more.
- Develop new skills – Gaining skills, knowledge and expertise are common side effects
of volunteering. Volunteering your time will bring you interesting and challenging opportunities that might not come along otherwise.
- Gain a new perspective – Life can be difficult for you and for others. Volunteering can offer a new perspective and you will see yourself in a whole new light.
- Know that you’re needed – Feeling needed and appreciated are important, and you may not get that appreciation from other outlets in your life. When you volunteer, you realize just how much you are truly needed.
- Boost your self-esteem – Many volunteers experience a sense of increased self-esteem and greater self-worth because they are giving back and lending their talents and time to others.