Women’s Club supports Killingsworth Home Members of the St. Andrews Woman’s Club recently donated $5,000 to Killingsworth Home for Women. The donation was made possible by a grant from the S.C.F.W.C. Progress Foundation, a private foundation supporting libraries, education, women, and children within South Carolina. The donated funds are earmarked
On January 15, seven dedicated members of the St. Andrews Woman’s Club engaged in a day of service in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. at Palmetto Animal Assisted Living Services (PAALS). The group, consisting of Shelly Langston, Kim Julin, Lynne Hauptner, Mary North, Anne Marie Shepherd, and Kaye Hunke,
The Habitat Garden at the Irmo Branch Library is a special place for community members to savor nature. Recently Lexington County pruned trees, the St Andrew’s Woman’s Club weeded, raked and pruned perennials and shrubs, and the Lake Murray/Irmo Woman’s Club provided and spread fresh mulch with help from Dutch Fork High School’s ROTC.
The St Andrews Woman’s Club (SAWC) started the 2023-2024 year with a Summer Social and membership gathering at the General Federation Woman’s Club – South Carolina (GFWC-SC) Headquarters located at 1511 Laurel Street in Columbia on August 20. Many of the club’s members were in attendance to welcome four new
The St. Andrews Woman’s Club dedicated a library box in the Irmo Town Park located near the municipal center and police department. Irmo Mayor Barry A. Walker, Sr. was on hand for the dedication with Judy Keating, Pam Johnson, Dianne McCarthy and three children, Karolyn Redden, Vivian Redden and Whitman