The Women's Club of San Bernardino sponsosrs several
fundraisers each year to enable them to support their many charities
meetings begin with a Salute to the Flag and a Thought for the Day.
We then hear the minutes from the previous month followed by
reports from our Officers and Chairmen. We then have a program for
our enjoyment which is usually musical. After finishing our meeting
with new and old business, we adjourn to our lovely refreshment
tables where we enjoy a full Silver Tea Service poured by selected
ladies and partake of the delicious refreshments brought by our
There are many activities for our members to enjoy.
We have an Epsilon Sigma Omicron (ESO) Section, Gourmet Section,
Home and Garden/Crafts Section and a Spiritual Values Section.
The club is dark during the months of June, July and August
except for weekly work on our BIG Flea Market to be ready for
opening in November.
For information on joining the Women's
Club of San Bernardino please contact Membership Chairman,
Mary Duke Ramsey, Ph. (909-882-7294.
The Women's Club house was
dedicated in September 1958 and is used for meetings and other
activities. It is available for private parties. Call
Dannell Duran, 909-804-2467 or 909-327-8866 for rental information.
Who are we?
We are 120 years old! We are a women's volunteer
organization, of all ages, sharing a common interest. Out club
was organized in 1892 and Federated in 1902, with the General
Federation of Women's Clubs.
Our focus over the last 120
years has been on giving community service. We are actively
involved in making San Bernardino a better place for its
citizens. We are concerned with citizenship and conservation,
health and safety, and support many charitable organizations.
We sponsor an annual Prayer Breakfast.
Our daytime meetings
begin at 1:30 in the afternoon on the second Wednesday of
September, October, December, February, March, April and May. We
hold special celebratory luncheon meetings at 12:30 p.m. three
times a year. The November Wednesday meeting is our New Memberís
Luncheon when we welcome and honor our new members. The January
Wednesday meeting is our Past Presidentís Luncheon when we honor
past Presidents for their fine leadership. The May Wednesday
meeting is our Installation Luncheon when we install new officers
for the next club year.
We regularly have
Bunco parties, supper clubs, bus trips and Fashion Shows. We
have a Summer Sale in June and a huge Flea Market the first weekend
Our Junior Women's Club is for those still
working that want to volunteer. They hold their meetings in