GFWC Woman's Club of Linthicum Heights, Inc.

Southern District
Contact : Sandra Blankenship sandra60blankenship@gmail.com

Proposal for Membership (PDF) (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader, available free at http://get.adobe.com/reader/)

2014-2016 Officers

  • President: Sandra Blankenship
  • 1st Vice President: Dianne Friel 
  • 2nd Vice President: Carolyn Hall 
  • Recording Secretary: Dolores Geppi
  • Corresponding Secretary: Mary Stafford
  • Treasurer: Mary Brodowski

Governors 2013-2015

Josie Anderson,Celia Dixon, Mary Margaret Shipley, Rose Sunderland, and Kim Solloway

Governors 2014-2016

Linda Betz, Vernie Linthicum,Darlene Howard,Shirley Beck, and Joyce Houpe


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.

Evening meetings are the 4th Monday of each month during the club year, except for December, at 7 PM unless otherwise noted.

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.

Join us for our “Meet the Candidates” forum. We will have the candidates for: County Executive, George Johnson, Democrat and Steven Schuh, Republican; 1st District, County Council, Pete Smith, Democrat and Bill Heine, Republican. Handouts will be available for the 2014 Gubernatorial General Ballot Questions. We will also recognize our breast cancer survivors. This is open to the public!

A History of Quilting! Club member Suzzie Schuyler will give us a fascinating history of quilting. Suzzie is a member of Friendship Quilters of Linthicum. The Friendship Quilters Guild evolved from the Eternal Quilters Guild in 1980 as an evening alternative for its members. Bring a friend!​

Upcoming Events

October 23, 2014 - Thursday - 7 PM, 'Wishlist Shower for Believe in  Tomorrow' at our clubhouse. The Believe in Tomorrow House at Johns Hopkins is a home away from home for pediatric patients and their families and The Believe in  Tomorrow House at St. Casimir is the first stand alone hospital housing facility in the nation to focus exclusively on the long-term housing needs of pediatric bone marrow transplant patients and their families. Sean Morrison, whose father founded the organization will be our speaker. We will be serving delicious appetizers and desserts. We ask that you bring an item from Believe in  Tomorrow's Wishlist and join us for a fun evening. Information call Ceil (410)859-1795 or Fran (410)859-5284 for wishlist items and more information.

December 6, 2014 - Saturday - 9 AM- 2 PM, Annual Holly Mart, Linthicum Heights United Methodist Church

December 12, 2014 - Friday - 7 PM- 9:30 PM, "A Musical Celebration of Christmas" Holiday Gala, at the  Clubhouse

Club News

Opening Tea, our 75th Anniversary Celebration

Honoring our oldest living members and hearing from our HOBY Ambassadors

Midge Knell, Membership Chairman, recognizing our newest members

Awaiting their turn to represent the decades and  the Club's accomplishments in the 75th Anniversary vignettes

Also awaiting their turns to represent the Club's accomplishments over our 75 years

Also awaiting their turns to represent the Club's accomplishments over the decades

The Woman's Club of Linthicum again filled backpacks for children at Linthicum & Overlook Elementary schools who are in need of assistance. The women who participated were: Lucy Adkins, Shirley Beck, Sandy Blankenship, Mary Brodowski, Sherry Brown, Jennette Catania, Ceil Dietz, Dolores Geppi, Joy Gigliotti, Ruby Harding, Wicky Hensley, Jennifer Hockey, Peggy Hook, Midge Knell, Lynne Marie McGowan, Fran Purper, Kay Reiser, Mary Margaret Shipley, Mary Stafford, Rose Sunderland.l. 

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