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GFWC Clarksville Women's Club New Officers Installed

Saturday, January 15, 2022 at the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library, the ladies of the Clarksville Women's club met in person and virtually to hear from speaker Joni Bryan of The 917 Society and to formally install the newly elected officers of the club.  The formalities were presided over by GFWC Tennessee President-Elect Deb Allen.  Officers from left to right are:  Misty Robertson, Angie Comfort, Nancy Outlawe (virtual attendee), Deanna Shepard, Deb Allen, Patty Gabilondo and Carol Allison.  These ladies will hold their positions for the 2022-2024 term.

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GFWC Headquarters Holiday Open House in Washington, DC

Angie Comfort and Deanna Shepard, of Clarksville Women's Club, traveled to DC to attend the holiday open house and headquarters tour on December 8, 2021 hosted by General Federation of Women's Clubs International President Marian St. Clair and Director of Junior Clubs, Kristina Higbee.

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Clarksville Women's Club Participates in Wreaths Across America

On December 18, 2021 the Clarksville Women's Club ladies attended the ceremony and laid wreaths at the graves of servicemembers at Riverview Cemetery, Spring Street, Clarksville. TN

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General Federation of Women's Club ~ Clarksville Women's Club 2022-2024 New Officers Elected in Nov 2021

GFWC Clarksville Women’s Club held their first open elections for new officers under their newly re-federated charter. The new officers will assume their new roles and duties effective Jan. 1, for a two-year term. From left to right: Angie Comfort, Recording Secretary: Deanna Shepard, Vice President;  Patty Gabilondo, President;  Nancy Outlawe, Treasurer;  and Carol Allison, Corresponding Secretary.

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Honor Flight Bags:  Service Project at 2021 Tennessee Fall Conference, Monteagle

The mission of Honor Flight is to transport America’s veterans to Washington, D.C. to visit the memorials dedicated to honoring those who have served and sacrificed for our country. 
The TN GFWC made 146 bags to provide snacks and small travel essentials to these veterans when boarding their flight.

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2021 TN Fall Conference LEADS Graduates:  Deanna Shepard & Angie Comfort

The GFWC Leadership Education & Development (LEADS) Seminar program is intended to identify members who have the  potential and the desire to assume leadership positions in GFWC beyond their club. Participation in LEADS can help these members gain the capabilities, confidence, and commitment necessary to pursue and achieve higher office and serve with distinction.

 
 
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