GFWC Woman's Club of Linthicum Heights, Inc.

Southern District
Contact : acsKillman@aol.com

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2012-2014 Officers

  • President: Sandy Blankenship
  • 1st Vice President: Treeva Pippen
  • 2nd Vice President: Celeste Riddle
  • Recording Secretary: Joyce Houpe
  • Corresponding Secretary: Mary Stafford
  • Treasurer: Mary Brodowski

Governors 2011-2013

Lucy Adkins, Pat Breidenbach, Dolores Geppi, Celeste Riddle, and Alice Sophocleus

Governors 2012-2014

Diane Mackert, Dianne Friel, Joan Maynard, Jennette Catania, and Margie Marino



Day meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month September through May. Day meetings begin at 10:30 a.m. at the LHWC Clubhouse, 110 N. Hammonds Ferry Rd., Linthicum.

A reminder: Lunch is $5.00 and is collected at lunchtime in October, November, December and February.  No charge for pot-luck months, January and April.  March: Annual Prayer Breakfast and the annual luncheon in May.

March 11, 2014- The club's 37th Annual Prayer Breakfast will feature Father Chuck Canterna, a full-time prison minister. Father Canterna, was ordained in 1976 for the Baltimore archdiocese and was an associate pastor at St. Vincent de Paul's when in 1979 he began prison ministry part-time. He became the archdiocese's only full-time prison chaplain in 1982. Mary Beth Wynne of LHUMC will be the soloist, and Bob and Cindy Butz will be honored for their volunteerism in the community. Breakfast proceeds go to Sarah's House, Arundel House of Hope and HOPE.

March 24, 2014 - The Evening Group will celebrate Women's History Month at its meeting  Monday, March 24, at the clubhouse at 7 PM. Please join us to honor Women's History Month! A representative from the Maryland Commission for Women will speak about the Commission, including the Maryland Women's Hall of Fame and Women of Tomorrow. The Maryland Women's Hall of Fame (MWHF) recognizes women natives or residents of Maryland for their significant achievements or statewide contributions. It was established in 1985 by the Maryland Commission for Women and the Women Legislators of Maryland. Honorees are selected by an independent committee and are inducted in March during Women’s History Month. Tomorrow’s leaders are recognized through The Women of Tomorrow Awards. This program is sponsored by the Maryland Department of Human Resources, Maryland Commission for Women, Maryland State Department of Education, and the friends of the MCW. The goal is to honor girls who are outstanding students and members of their communities with a strong vision for the future. Teachers, guidance counselors and Girl Scout leaders are asked to submit nominations of outstanding students. A selection committee, consisting of representatives of the sponsoring organizations, determines the finalists.

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