The Woman's Club of Williamsburg-GFWC has a busy club year planned, including invited speakers at many of their meetings.
• October 26: Charlotte Klamer, Executive Director, Colonial Court Appointed Special Advocates, will review their program to appoint citizens to represent children in court.
• November 16: Linda Wallace-Cody, Community Service/Youth Services Coordinator, Williamsburg-James City County Community Action Agency, will discuss their efforts to achieve the goal of reducing poverty.
• December 14: Elisabeth Reiss, an actress with The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, will perform.
• January 25: Beverly Maybank Burgdorf, artist and owner, Colonial Folk Art Studio & Gallery, will present a slide show and samples of folk art.
• February 22: Linda Tomlin, Director, The Williamsburg School of Needlework, will discuss Old World heirloom fine hand-embroidery.
• March 22: Nancy Egloff, Historian, Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, will discuss Chief Cockacoeske, faithful friend to the English and queen of the Pamunkey.
• April 26: Shelly Carpenter, Practice Outreach Representative, Pariser Dermatology, will outline various types of skin cancer and methods of prevention.
Area women interested in learning more about the club are invited to attend one of this year's meetings. Two meetings are held monthly, an 11:15 a.m. meeting that features the invited speaker and lunch, and a shorter meeting at 6:15 p.m. For information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the club website at www.womansclubofwilliamsburg.org.
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