Who We Are

GFWC Living the Volunteer Spirit

GFWC DSFWC Clubs in Action!

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Our State Officers

President

Rita Hollada - Selbyville Community Club

VP - Sussex County

Linda King - Women's Club of Milton

VP - Kent County

Gladys Hill - Clayton Century Club

VP - New Castle County

Carla Pyle - Women's Club of Odessa

Recording Secretary

Betty Truitt - Acorn Club of Seaford

Corresponding Secretary

Emma Miller - Women's Club of Odessa

Treasurer

Amanda Cline - Laurel New Century Club

Asst. Treasurer

Patricia Rodriuez - Round Table Club of Wyoming-Camden

Parliamentarian

Ruth Ann Bilowith - Selbyville Community Club

Dean of Chairmen / Award Entries

Jan Conant - Village Improvement Association

Custodian of Student Funds

Terry Yates - Zwaanendael Women's Club

Our Member Clubs

Click on the underlined links to visit club sites.

Virtual Club

GFWC IMPACT (Individuals Making Progress Across Communities Together)

New Castle County

New Castle Century Club

New Century Club of Newark

Townsend Women's Club

Women's Club of Odessa, Inc.


Sussex County

Delmar New Century Club

GFWC Acorn Club of Seaford, Inc.

GFWC Women's Club of Indian River

GFWC Zwaanendael Women's Club

Laurel New Century Club

Selbyville Community Club

Village Improvement Association of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Inc.

Women's Club of Milton


Kent County

Avon Club of Felton

Clayton Century Club

The Dover Century Club

GFWC Federation Guild Association, Inc.

GFWC Past President's Club

Harrington New Century Club

Rising Sun Community Club

Round Table Club of Wyoming-Camden

Members of the Acorn Club of Seaford unveil the historic sign commemorating the history of their club

Text on the Acorn Club Historical Marker

Members of the Selbyville Community Club marched as Suffragettes in the town's Halloween Parade to mark 100 years of the 19th Amendment

Fun was had by all at the annual convention learning beach signals and racing sailboats!

The Dover Century Club donated more than 100 items to Shepherd's Place as part of their Domestic Violence and Awareness Program.

Shown below are members with items they collected for donation.

Martin Luther King Day of Service

Women's Club of Indian River distributed 100 pairs of gloves to customers at a local grocery store.

Selbyville Community Club filling backpacks with items for the homeless.

New Century Club of Newark made no-sew blankets to be distributed to patients in need.