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GFWC Hemet Woman’s Club

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Founded in 1896 and chartered in 1906, the GFWC Hemet Woman’s Club (California) is celebrating 110 years of volunteer service this year. The club is known for supporting youth in the local community by offering an Annual Scholarship, working with ChildHelp, engaging the local elementary schools with the Pinwheel Project, and conducting a Youth Writing Contest.


“GFWC means to me that I have the opportunity to be part of a nationwide group of ‘like-kind’ ladies who want to make a difference in the lives of their community through volunteering and fundraising.”


“I want us to have fun this year,” said President Janeen Irrgang. “I believe we can accomplish more with a laugh on our face and a smile in our hearts.”

Michelle Ryneal, Communications and Public Relations Chairman for the GFWC Hemet Woman’s Club, describes her fellow clubwomen as warm, inviting, enthusiastic, and energetic.

“GFWC means to me that I have the opportunity to be part of a nationwide group of ‘like-kind’ ladies who want to make a difference in the lives of their community through volunteering and fundraising.  And, along the way can have a fun experience making new friends, learning more about the needs of the community and realizing that we are part of a huge nationwide community of those who want to make a difference one project at a time,” she said.

To learn more about joining the GFWC Hemet Woman’s Club, visit their website at www.hemetwomansclub.org. To find a club in your area, click here.

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