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Sawnee Woman's Club - New Member Orientation


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A summary of Sawnee Woman's Club information presented to new members during the Orientation dinner for the 2013-2014 Club year.

A summary of Sawnee Woman's Club information presented to new members during the Orientation dinner for the 2013-2014 Club year.

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  • 1. A 5 0 1 ( C ) ( 3 ) N O N - P R O F I T C O M M U N I T Y S E R V I C E O R G A N I Z A T I O N
  • 2. About SWC Our Club operates under the guidance of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, a non-partisan, non- denominational service organization operating in 20 countries around the world. Visit for more information.  Founded in 1985 as a service organization for active women  Our members have given over 90,000 hours of volunteer service  Our projects have contributed more than $420,000 to serve community needs
  • 3. Our Mission To develop and support effective programs that make the local, state, national and world community a better place for all people  Departments & Service Areas  Arts  Conservation  Education  Home Life  International Affairs  Public Affairs  Recent projects include…
  • 4. Egg-straordinary Outdoor Art Project Recent Projects If you’ve spent any time in downtown Cumming, you’ve likely seen one of our eggs. Visit for a list of egg locations.
  • 5. Holiday Giving Tree for Kids Recent Projects New SWC members completed a special shopping project for children in Forsyth County.
  • 6. Food Rescue Recent Projects In partnership with the Gwinnett Braves and United Way, SWC donated funds to purchase a refridgerated truck for Feed the Hungry Forsyth. The truck “recsues” unused perishable foods from restaurants, caterers and grocers and delivers it to local food pantries.
  • 7. Special Olympics Recent Projects SWC volunteers support young athletes with special needs at Special Olympics each spring.
  • 8. Culture for Kids Recent Projects Boys from The Bald Ridge Lodge went with SWC volunteers to dinner and participated in a live theatrical performance at Agatha’s Mystery Dinner Theatre.
  • 9. Conservation Education Recent Projects SWC’s Conservation Department rewards local teachers for supporting recycling and conservation concepts in the classroom.
  • 10. Stockings for Seniors Recent Projects SWC volunteers worked with local children to collect and stuff stockings with gifts for seniors.
  • 11. Art Contest Recent Projects Forsyth County elementary school students receive supplies from SWC and compete in an annual art contest.
  • 12. Adopt a Road Recent Projects SWC volunteers clean up a 1-mile stretch of Marketplace Boulevard in partnership with Keep Forsyth County Beautiful.
  • 13. Other project partners include…  Forsyth County Senior Center  Forsyth County Public Library  Sacks of Love/Boxes of Love, Forsyth County Schools  SWC Academic Scholarships  SWC’s Laura Holt Memorial Fine Arts Scholarship  …and more!  Bald Ridge Lodge  Jesse’s House  Miracle League of Forsyth County  USO  Operation Christmas Child  Heifer International  Forsyth County Transition Center  C.A.S.A.  Relay for Life  March of Dimes
  • 14. Social & Fellowship Opportunities It’s not ALL work…  Post-meeting lunches  Walking/Hiking trips to Sawnee Mountain Preserve  Walk/Run in local charity 5K races  Wine Tastings  Shopping Tours  Girls Night Out
  • 15. P R E S I D E N T C A R O L Y N W A T T E R S C O - P R E S I D E N T K I M B A L O S E 1 S T V I C E P R E S I D E N T P A U L A G L O V E R 2 N D V I C E P R E S I D E N T A M E L I A S T O C K T O N 3 R D V I C E P R E S I D E N T L I S A A N N M C D O U G A L D R E C O R D I N G S E C R E T A R Y T A M M I E F O W L E R T R E A S U R E R B E T H D A F F I N We are governed by an Executive Board
  • 16. P A U L A G L O V E R , 1 S T V I C E P R E S I D E N T L E E A N N B R O S C H E R A L I S O N C O M P T O N T A M M I E F O W L E R A N D R E A S P I L L E R S L I S A A N N M C D O U G A L D New members are supported by our Membership Committee
  • 17. Membership Requirements  Live, work or have interests in Forsyth County  Registered voter  Be recommended for membership and sponsored by a current member  Attend New Member Orientation (August 15, 2013)  Pay annual dues ($80)  Attend at least 6 of 9 monthly meetings
  • 18. Membership Requirements  Serve in at least one Department  Perform 10 service hours, including New Member Project, by December 31, 2013  Perform at least 30 service hours between January 1, 2014 and December 31, 2014  Contribute to annual fundraiser by securing at least one silent auction item, purchasing ticket and attending event
  • 19. Monthly Meeting Details  Second Wednesday of each month  9am Social & Breakfast, 9:30am Business Meeting  September 11, 2013  October 9  November 13  December 11 (luncheon)  January 8, 2014  February 12  March 12  April 9  May 14 (luncheon)  Three Chimneys Farm Clubhouse  3625 Three Chimneys Lane, Cumming, GA 30041
  • 20. P A U L A G L O V E R 1 S T V I C E P R E S I D E N T , M E M B E R S H I P I N F O @ S A W N E E W O M A N S C L U B . O R G We welcome your questions