Sharon Woman's Club

The Sharon Woman's Club was organized on December 12, 1910, when a nucleus of fifteen members elected Mrs. C. Peter Clark as the Club's founding president. The purpose of the Club was to stimulate and encourage all efforts toward intellectual and social betterment in the home and in the community. The organization adopted as its motto: " In Good Things, Unity; In Small Things, Liberty; In All Things, Charity."

The civic, educational and cultural contributions of the Club have been manifold. Shortly after the Club's formation, the first community project - sewing classes in the school - answered a need for that time and we have continued to respond to each new need over the years.
Contact: Kathy Fricker



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