GFWC of Summerville installs officers

  • Thursday, June 13, 2013

Provided From left are charter member and Parliamentarian Sharon Davis Ungemach, Treasurer Judith Hackett, Corresponding Secretary Judi Burns, President Cathy Quenga, General Federation Women’s Clubs of South Carolina President Joanne Bolchoz, Vice President Denise Joseph and Secretary Patricia Weeks.

 The General Federation of Women’s Clubs of Summerville held its installation of officers recently. Installation was performed by GFW Clubs of South Carolina District President Melissa Smith.
Officers installed were President Cathy Quenga, Vice President Denise Joseph, Secretary Patricia Weeks, Treasurer Judith Hackett and Parliamentarian Sharon Davis Ungemach.
GFWC of South Carolina President JoAnne Bolchoz congratulated the members of the Woman’s Club of Summerville on becoming a member of one of the world’s largest and oldest women’s volunteer service organizations. Working locally through thousands of clubs in the United States and globally in more than 20 countries, GFWC members support he arts preserve natural resources, promote education, encourage healthy lifestyles and stress civic improvement.
The Woman’s Club of Summerville purpose will be dedicated to community improvement based on the needs of the community, volunteer service, cultural and social activities.
GFWC represents women united by dedication to making a difference in the community, meeting new friends and having fun.
For more information call 871-7093.


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