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North Carolina State University

Woman's Club

 
To unite NC State University women in common interests and to promote the welfare and advancement of the University

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WHAT'S NEW?

November 20, 2014 Program

Wes Moore

Ms. Robin Simonton

"North Carolina Women through the 150 year history of the Oakwood Cemetery"

Ms. Robin Simonton, Executive Director at Historic Oakwood Cemetery

Cemeteries hold the key to our past and an understanding of our present. The monuments and stones tell stories of times long gone. The history of North Carolina rests at Oakwood Cemetery in Raleigh, NC. Join Ms. Simonton as she puts the cemetery in its historical context, as the birth of the Women's Movement in North Carolina, the place of Confederate Rest and the evolving trends in burial

 

BACKGROUND

The NC State University Woman’s Club was organized in 1919 with membership open to all women associated or formerly associated with the University.

WHAT WE DO

The club has served the University in a variety of ways suitable to the changing times. It continues to provide both financial support and volunteers for English conversation classes for adult English as a second language learners. In addition, the Club sponsors scholarships for mature women returning to NC State University. Members of the club pay annual dues and may participate in fundraising events for scholarships and in the several interest groups that meet monthly, for example, book discussion, bridge, and gourmet cooking.


MEETINGS AND PROGRAMS

Welcome to another great year of exciting and enlightening programs.  Meetings are held on the third Thursday of the month (September - April) at the NC State University Club, from 12:00 noon  to 2:00 p.m. 

CONTACT FOR MORE INFORMATION

President: Aileen Pressley (919-783-6444)

2nd Vice President (Membership): Ann Frazier (919-467-7158)



Newcomers are always welcome. Come enjoy the camaraderie with all the members of the NC State University Woman’s Club.

Woodson

Susan Woodson welcomed at Woman's club reception

 

TO CONTRIBUTE TO OUR SCHOLARSHIP FUND

  • Make checks payable to NC State University Foundation Inc. with a notation "For the Carol Caldwell Scholarship Endowment Fund #145038" indicated on check.
  • Mail to: Sharda Sawhney, 6728 Pointe Vista Circle, Raleigh, NC 27615.
  • The University will send you a receipt for tax purposes.
  • If the gift is in honor of someone else, include the honoree's name and the name and address of those to be notified concerning your gift.