June 30, 2022

The Clermont Woman’s Club Celebrates 95 Years of Service

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By Akers Editorial

The Clermont Woman’s Club Celebrates 95 Years of Service

0.8 min read| Published On: June 30th, 2022| 0 Comments|

Photos: Nicole Hamel 

The Clermont Woman’s Club, formed in 1921, celebrated its 95th year of serving the South Lake community with an open house at the club’s home at 655 Broome St., Clermont, which is now on the National Register of Historic Places. The club supports many local organizations, including Cooper Memorial Library, The Haven, Moonlight Players, Clermont Historical Society, and South Lake Animal League, to name a few. CWC also presents $1,000 scholarships each year to one student from each of South Lake’s three high schools.


Lake County Sherriff Peyton Grinnell, Bob Farrell (Quartermaster) Clermont Mayor Tim Murry,
Clermont Police Chief Chuck Broadway, Nelson J, and Michele Pines

Michele Pines, Mayor Tim and Kasi Murry

Linda Cesa, Connie Carlson, and Marylou Wieloszynski

Jenny and Melissa McCallum

Helen Cooney, Debbie Milwee, and Josephine Rifenberg

Carol Spaldi and Reenea Wheeler

 

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