Welcome to the Women's Club of

Spring Grove, Pennsylvania



We are the Women's Club of Spring Grove, Pennsylvania, a local branch of the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) and Greater Federation of Women’s Clubs Pennsylvania. GFWC has played a role in our nation's history since the early 1900s.

We are celebrating our 80th year of community service

(1940 – 2020).

Thinking about Joining?

Membership is an excellent choice for any woman seeking personal growth, leadership skills, community awareness, fun, public speaking skills, international knowledge, entertainment, friendship, and service opportunities. We welcome new members. Potential members must be 18 years of age or older and attend at least one meeting, complete a membership application, and pay yearly dues.

Benefits of Joining

Nearly 80,000 members of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC) are united in their dedication to volunteer community service. While diverse in age, interests, and experiences, all clubwomen are united by a desire to create positive change in their communities.

With roots in local communities and branches around the world, GFWC members enjoy opportunities to learn from and share with one another at district, State, Region, and international meetings, seminars, and conventions. Operating under the broad umbrella of community service, GFWC clubs are able to assess the needs of their individual communities, consider the abilities and interests of their members, and focus their projects and programs in areas that satisfy the needs of both. Program guidelines, materials, and resources provided by GFWC and State Federations assist clubs in serving the needs of their communities effectively and efficiently.

· Belonging to a GFWC club provides the opportunity to:

· Contribute to the quality of life in your neighborhood and community

· Gain a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction in doing good

· Participate in interesting, informative, and inspiring programs

· Explore and sharpen skills that can lead to professional advancement

· Expand your network of contacts—professional and personal

· Build lifelong friendships and fun

For more information about our club, e-mail springgrovewomensclub@gmail.com or our Facebook page GFWC PA Women's Club of Spring Grove

If you want to find out more about the state federation of women's clubs, go to http://www.GFWCpennsylvania.org/ or http://www.GFWC.org/



What We Do

We meet monthly from September to May, on the third Thursday of each month. Our meetings feature speakers and presentations of interest to our members .

Service Projects

Some other service projects: yearly scholarships to seniors at the Spring Grove Area High School and sponsoring a sophomore student to the Hugh O'Brien Youth (HOBY) Foundation for their Leadership Training Program, donations to the Visiting Nurse Association, Fire Companies, Ambulance Club, Windy Hill Senior Center, Canine Companions, Saint Jude Red Wagon donation, and many, many other causes. We are very proud of the flower urns on Main Street that we repot every Spring and Fall and water all season long. We have maintained these urns for some 50 years. Our current emphasis is serving at Harvest of Hope food pantry twice a month besides giving a monetary donation. Our committees reflect whatever interest you may have, including Conservation, Education, Finance, Home Life, Hospitality, Leadership, Public Affairs, Membership, Legislation/International, Programs, Public Relations, Ways & Means, among others. Committees allow each member to specialize in an area provides a more intimate group to develop relationships and friendships.

The GFWC-PA President's Project for the present year is Vision Impairment Awareness and encourages members to participate in the support of their affiliate of the Pennsylvania Blind Association though volunteering and donations.

Where We Meet

Due to COVID 19– Masks are required.

We usually meet at the Spring Grove Borough Building, 1 Campus Avenue in Spring Grove at 7 p.m. on the third Thursday of the month.

The following meeting are open to the public.

  • November 19, 2020 at 7 pm

COVID-19 Discussion

  • February 18, 2021 at 7 pm

Spring Grove Parks and Recreation

  • April 15, 2021 at 7 pm

Urban Gardening

  • May 20, 2021 at 7 pm

Mysteries of the Honeybee