PAALS – Palmetto Animal Assisted Services – trains and provides service dogs for autism, PTSD, mobility challenges and other issues. GFWC-SC St. Andrews Woman’s Club has made a financial donation to assist in their dog training. Kaye Hunke, SAWC member, made the presentation to PAALS Executive Director Elizabeth Anderson. Also
Members of St. Andrews Woman’s Club planted a pinwheel garden at Leo’s Landing at Saluda Shoals Park to bring awareness to Child Abuse Prevention. Participating in the project were (left to right) Becky Travis – chairman of the Health and Wellness Community Service Program, Elizabeth Taylor, Barbara Cross and Frances
Members of St. Andrews Woman’s Club worked to help beautify the grounds of Leeza’s Care Connection by planting pansies and other winter annuals. Thanks go to Seven Oaks Plant Shop for providing the plants and soil to make the project possible. Participating were (l to r) Debbie Bell, Jan Mitchell,
Members of St. Andrews Woman’s Club collected more than 130 art supplies for special needs students at Harbison West Elementary School. Presenting the supplies on behalf of the club was Frances Hill (right). Accepting the donation for Harbison West was James Paul (left), Administrative Assistant Principal.
St. Andrews Woman’s Club held its summer social at the Irmo Community Park on September 13. Members and guests were able to enjoy an evening of fun, desserts, and catching up after the summer hiatus. New members welcomed into the club are (l to r) Rachel Richardson, Melly Makoski, Linda Shealy