Volunteers:

The Heart of the Community

Fuquay-Varina Junior Woman's Club

  • Women Age 45 and under are eligible

  • Must attend three meetings

  • Participate in three club activities or events

  • Pay Annual Club Dues of $50.00 (Please note this amount  can be Pro Rated)

NEW MEMBER REQUIREMENTS

GFWC Junior Pledge


I pledge my loyalty to the Junior Clubwomen
By doing better than ever before what work I have to do;
By being prompt, honest, courteous;
By living each day trying to accomplish something
not merely to exist.

PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS

membership

"How wonderful that no one need wait a single moment to improve the world." - Anne Frank


Our club meets monthly on Monday nights at 7:00 P.M. General Club Meetings are held on the FIRST MONDAY NIGHT of every month (September-May) at the Woman's Clubhouse located at 602 Ennis Street in Fuquay-Varina.  Meetings usually last about 1.5 hours. 


Each year our club year begins with our first general meeting on the last Monday night of August.  Thereafter the club meets the first Monday of each month through May.  Our club does not have general meetings during the month of June and July through club activity does not cease during those months.

While working to complete our membership requirements, as set forth above, you are considered a prospective member.  Once you have completed your membership requirements, you will submit your application and dues prior to being voted into membership. All new members from the club year are formally installed at the end of the year banquet in May.

​​Join Us -

We would love to have you!


Please come and see the exciting things our club has to offer. You can come to a meeting, event or email us for more information.  We hope to see you soon!

Ten Reasons to be a Part of GFWC


  1. Building in our communities for a better place in which to live and work.
  2. Being a part of a prestigious worldwide organization.
  3. Having a voice in influencing Public Policy.
  4. For the friends we make and love.
  5. Developing trained leaders.
  6. Knowledge of Parliamentary Procedure, protocol and how to conduct a meeting.
  7. Gaining experience and training for professional positions.
  8. Developing skills in communication and public speaking.
  9. Educational benefits derived from being clubwomen through speakers, projects, and programs.
  10. Creativity developed within the individual clubwoman, especially in the area of arts.

MEETINGS