Whether we're serving up breakfast for the Mayor, maintaining our Book Nook, celebrating the holidays with local children, hosting fundraisers or just lending a helping hand, ladies of the Radcliff Woman's Club can always be found at Radcliff community events, 'living the volunteer spirit'. We're proud to be one of Radcliff's oldest volunteer organizations, completing community outreach and community service projects.
Through our Arts & Culture program, we encourage our members to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of the world by getting involved in local art & theatrical productions. The Arts & Culture committee was designed to inspire members to make the world a more beautiful place.
Chairwoman: Sheila Enyart
The Civic Engagement & Community Outreach program aims to help foster a sense of pride in our community. Members of the C.E.&C.O. committee participate in community events to create a better quality of life for those around us. Members volunteer at events such as Red Cross Blood Drives, Hooray For Heroes, Radcliff International Festival, and Radcliff's Christmas programs.
Chairwoman: Loren Hales
This Special Program aims to increase awareness of and help prevent the widespread occurrence of violence against women in communities across the nation. Each year, Radcliff Woman's Club donates a portion of our funds to Springhaven, Inc., our local domestic violence shelter.
Through our Education & Libraries program, our members work to provide educational resources and improve literacy in the Radcliff community. This committee manages our scholarship programs, Book Nook, and Radcliff Literacy Project subcommittees.
Chairwoman: Becky Brecht
The Environment committee inspires members to become more conscious of their impact on the Earth. Members learn about sustainability, reducing our carbon footprint, preservation and conservation. Club members are encouraged to recycle.
Chairwoman: Yvonne High
Our Health & Wellness program aims to help women improve their wellbeing by focusing on both their mental and physical health. This committee aims to explore the various opportunities for awareness and advancement of each of these vital areas.
Chairwoman: Meg Rios
This program was envisioned as a way for clubwomen to provide a voice for children.