The Woman's Club of Wenonah at a Glance
A Distinct Identity
The Woman's Club of Wenonah knows that our strength lies not only in the words we stand by, but most importantly through the actions of our initiatives. If you are interested in making a difference in our community, and becoming part of a group of women who empower each other, please join us!
Regular meetings are held the 2nd Monday of the month, September - May. See below for more activities and information on our programs!
Wenonah Farmers Market
Thursdays 4-7 May-Oct
Helping The Community
Food Donation Drop-Off & Prep
Reinforcing our Commitment
Lighting up our Town
"No one can make you feel inferior without your consent."
Membership Porch Party
Getting to Know Us
Make A Wish Yardsale
Celebrating the Holidays with Song
"I really think a champion is defined not by their wins but by how they can recover when they fall"
Brightening up Your Yard
Clean Community Days
Helping our Town
5k Run and 1 Mile Walk
Our Meetings & Programs for 2020/21
Our meetings are held the 2nd Monday of the month from Sept - May. Attendance is not required.
September 14 - Flower Arranging - in the Park
October 12 - Haunting History - via Zoom
November 9 - Virtual Wine and Cheese Tasting - via Zoom
December 14 - Listen to holiday music outside - Train Station
January 11 - Silent Sentinels for Suffrage
February 8 - Share the Love
March 8 - Luck of the Irish, the Legacy of St. Patrick
April 12 - History of Wenonah
May 10 - Annual Dinner and Installation of Officers
The History of our Collect
written by Mary Stuart, 1904
Mary Stewart wrote the Collect in 1904 as a member of the Fortnightly Club, the forerunner of the Longmont Colorado BPW club. The Collect was written as a prayer to instill a sense of unity among women working together with wide interests and important goals.
Mary Stewart worked for women's suffrage nationally and attended the meeting in St. Louis, where the National Federation was launched. She was elected its first corresponding secretary and thereafter took an active part in the growth of the young organization by service as chairman or member of a number of national committees.
In her words we can learn to strive to always be better
"Keep us, O God, from pettiness;
let us be large in thought, in word, in deed.
Let us be done with fault-finding and
leave off self-seeking.
May we put away all pretense and meet each
other face to face -- without self-pity
and without prejudice.
May we never be hasty in judgment and
Let us take time for all things;
make us to grow calm, serene, gentle.
Teach us to put into action our better impulses,
straightforward and unafraid.
Grant that we may realize it is the little
things that create differences,
that in the big things of life we are at one.
And may we strive to touch and to know the great,
common human heart of us all, and
O Lord God, let us forget not to be kind!"