Our next meeting is on Thursday, June 6th, at 9:30 a.m. at Tibbetts Creek Manor. Mindi Reid of Boehm's Candies will be our speaker. She will be followed by a short business meeting. Guests are always welcome. Come join us for the fun!
Thanks to all who helped make our 2013 Spring Luncheon & Auction a grand success. With your help, we raised more than $12,000 after expenses, which will go to our scholarship funds and the local charities we support. We couldn't have done it without you!
Congratulations to this year's winners of our $1,000 Follow Your Dream scholarships: Kelli Yakabu, who will be graduating from Issaquah High School; Alex Sanchez, who will be graduating from Skyline High School; and Valerie Unger, who will also be graduating from Issaquah High School. We wish you all the best as you "follow your dreams."
For more details on the Issaquah Women's Club, go to our adjunct website at http://issaquahwomensclub.weebly.com.
The Issaquah Women's Club was founded in 1983 when a
group of women, in the spirit of friendship and service, joined forces to
become more involved in the community. We are a diverse organization, coming from
a variety of backgrounds, professions, age groups, and ethnicities. Today, we
number nearly a hundred and expect that number to grow as women in the
community learn more about who we are and what we do.
By working together, not only do we build friendships but we also use our strength
in numbers to reach out to our community.
We are a service and social club, and are dedicated to a variety of charitable and humanitarian projects.
Through our Issaquah Women’s Foundation we work together as friends, using our unique skills and talents to
address the needs in our community. As we work together, building friendships along the way, we are also uniquely
privileged to share time together socially, strengthening our bonds and opening our hearts, not only to each
other but to our community as well.
Our club, through our foundation, is the sole provider of funds for the LifeWire (formerly Eastside Domestic Violence Program) IWF Educational and Vocational Enhancement (EVE) Scholarship. We also award “Follow Your Dream” scholarships each year
to local high school senior girls wishing to further their education.
We encourage prospective members to come to a meeting as a guest so you can meet some members and see if
we’re a good fit for you. Should you wish to join the IWC, annual dues are $35 plus a onetime $10 charge for
your permanent name badge.