RWC club members Deb McIntire (left), Barbara Morgan, Susan Morgan, and Sally Parker.The Ronceverte Woman’s Club (RWC) has invited the candidates for the Greenbrier County Board of Education to come to the Apr. 25 meeting at the Ronceverte Baptist Church fellowship hall at 7 p.m. Several have accepted this invitation to come and present their platforms. This session of the meeting is open to the public.
Also, Sarah Baker will attend this meeting in order to present her plans for restoring a baseball field on Ronceverte Island Park to be used by younger children.
At the RWC March meeting, the club voted to purchase a tree to be planted in Ronceverte as part of General Federation Woman’s Club’s (GFWC) Federation Day which is celebrated on Apr. 24 every year. Founded in 1890, the GFWC is an international women’s organization dedicated to community improvement and is proudly represented in thousands of communities around the world by dedicated volunteers.
Also, in March, RWC club member Karen Hoylman, owner of The Potting Shed in Ronceverte, donated pansies for the flower barrels on Main Street. Several club members planted the flowers which will beautify Ronceverte until the end of May when the club will fill all the barrels with a variety of flowers.
The Ronceverte Woman’s Club welcomes new members who want to be informed about civic issues and involved in community improvement as well as enjoying the fellowship of a great group of women. If interested, please come to our next meeting this Monday, Apr. 25 at 7 p.m. at the Ronceverte Baptist Church on Main Street. For more information, call 304-647-4890.