GFWC Southside Woman's Club of Jacksonville "Women Inspiring Community Spirit"
     GFWCSouthside Woman's Club of Jacksonville "Women Inspiring Community Spirit"      

History by the Decade

1931 - 1940


1932-34    "Brother, can you spare a dime?" became the theme song of America's jobless workers. To aid our community's unemployed women, the club participated in Federal Aid workshops, and put on fund raising projects for donations to the needy.

 

 

Alone We Can        Do So Little... Together We Can    Do So Much!                       Helen Keller

FIELD TRIPS
The Historical Society

Tuesday, January 25 at 11am

The Jacksonville Gem and Mineral Society
Thursday, March 17, at 11am

Our Silent Auction was a huge success and we raised the funds for our adopted eagle, named “Warrior." The National Park will be using the proceeds to replace the handicapped signage in the park, damaged by hurricanes. 

Call Cathy  (904-525-3890) or
Jac (207-730-1659) for more information.

We will be collecting “Books for the Brave,” books for veterans through Spring!!!

The Southside Woman’s Club of Jacksonville’s will be having an on-line NUTS & CANDY Sale as a Fundraising Project...the money raised will go to support Florida School of the Deaf & Blind in St. Augustine.

Go to... 

https://southsidewomansclub.terrilynn.com/ and order today!!!

 

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