Events and Activities

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"REVISED" GFWC Texas Program Chairmen 2012-2014
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2014 Treasurer's Remittance Form & New Club President's Report Form
TFWC Membership 2012-2014
Corrections to 2012-2014 TFWC Directory
Thanks from Our Troops
2012-2014 TFWC Reporting Slides & Handout
Celebrate an accomplishment of one of your club members!!
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2012 - 2014
Calendar of Events

January 16 - 19, 2014 - GFWC Executive Committee Meeting

Washington, DC

June 2014 - GFWC International Convention, Phoenix, Arizona

 South Central Region

June 2014 - SCR Executive Committee Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona


January 21 - 22, 2014- TFWC Executive Committee Meeting, Austin, Texas

April 30 - May 3, 2014 - TFWC Annual Convention, MCM Elegante Suites, Abilene Texas

Our Activities & Events Club projects and programs address a wide range of issues in the following categories: Arts, Conservation, Education, Health, International and Public Affairs. In 1953 TFWC added the popular study of Texas Heritage. Clubs are free to choose those programs and projects that best suit their needs.

In the pursuit of public affairs, TFWC offers Legislative Day at the Capitol. This is an opportunity for club members to see the state legislature in action, up close and personal. The day includes visits and receptions.

TFWC honors the Outstanding Clubwoman Volunteer of the Year during their annual Convention. This award is given in recognition of dedicated service to TFWC as well as other volunteer activities.TFWC is a member of Epsilon Sigma Omicron a GFWC reading program. ESO members are encouraged to read books on a wide range of topics for personal growth, education and entertainment. Meetings are held twice a year.MD Anderson Cancer Center receives over $20 thousand annually from TFWC clubs.

All TFWC clubs support their local library; 85% of all public libraries in Texas were founded by TFWC clubs * 75 % of all public libraries in America were founded by GFWC clubs

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