GFWC MORROW CIVIC WOMAN’S CLUB
Serving for Better Communities
P. O. Box 651
Morrow GA 30260
Meets: 7:00 p.m. on the first Thursday
of each month at
The First Baptist Church of Morrow
1647 Lake Harbin Road
Morrow, Georgia 30260
6:30 p.m. ~ Social Time:
7:00 p.m. ~ Meeting
For more information contact:
Peggy Pruett 770-389-0805
Lorelei Bonner 770-961-2715
The Morrow Civic Woman's Club is a local organization that was federated on June 1, 1962 as the Morrow Junior Woman's Club. Our many projects include assisting with local libraries, children's shelter's, battered women's shelter's, senior citizens, recycling centers, Arts Clayton, and Habitat for Humanity as well as joining other service organizations for the betterment of local communities. We support our military, promote public awareness about political issues, and encourage citizens to vote. In addition, each year we award one or two scholarships to women who are returning to Clayton State University to further their education.
The Morrow Civic Woman's Club is affiliated with the Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs and the General Federation of Women's Clubs, a not-for-profit organization headquartered in Washington, DC. It is the oldest, non-denominational, non-partisan, international service organization of volunteer women in the world. Membership of the General Federation of Women's Clubs is 10 million worldwide with clubs in more than 20 countries and 6,000 local clubs in the United States.
Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs
General Federation of Women's Clubs
Symbolism of GFWC Emblem
GFWC’s emblem depicts a circular band signifying eternity. In the center of the circular band, the crusader's shield emerges from a darkened world (represented by the field of darkness), which represents enlightenment. The enameled colors—red, white, and blue—are the colors of the United States of America. The red implies courage, the white equals purity, and the blue stands for constancy.