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Glendale Woman’s Club Recognized at GFWC National Convention, 2 Years in a Row for Category 4 Winner – Women’s History and Resource Center

GFWC Glendale Woman’s Club Recognized at GFWC National Convention 2 Years in a Row for Category 4 Winner – Women’s History and Resource Center

The GFWC Glendale Woman’s Club was recognized at the 131st GFWC National Convention, in New Orleans, LA, June 25-28, 2022. For the second year in a row, GFWC-Arizona was recognized as the category winner 4 – Women’s History and Resource Center. Additionally, the GFWC Glendale Woman’s Club won a special award for Creativity-Women’s History and Resource Center.

On site to accept the award (pictured left to right)

Marion St. Clair, GFWC International Chair, Cheryl Kappes, GFWC Glendale Woman’s Club Chair, LuAnn Davis, 2020-2022 GFWC-AZ State Chair, Grace Kobojek, Glendale Woman’s Club 2nd Vice Chair, and Kristina Higbee, Director of Junior Clubs 2020-2022.

“Women’s History and Resource Center is a category I am passionate about,” says Glendale Woman’s Club President Cheryl Kappes. “Each year we create a plan following the guidelines of the GFWC, focusing on areas relevant to our own communities. That our club be recognized at the GFWC National Convention two years in a row for our programs and history projects women, wow, that’s such an honor.”

GFWC – Glendale Woman’s Club is a 501c3 non-profit corporation, serving our community since 1901.

To learn more about the local club, please visit

or call us at 623-931-7032.

The General Federation of Women’s Clubs is a unifying force, bringing together local women’s clubs, with members dedicated to strengthening their communities and improving the lives of others through volunteer service. With more than 80,000 members in affiliate clubs in every state and in more than a dozen countries, GFWC members are community leaders who work locally to create global change by supporting the arts, conserving natural resources, advancing education, promoting healthy lifestyles, encouraging civic engagement and working for peace and understanding in the world.

For more information on the National Group, please visit

or call 1-800-443-GFWC (4392)

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