Oregon City Womans Club

The Golden Key - Alice Hayden

     The Golden Key is for meritorious service by a member. 


Marion Gathercoal Membership Award (2nd year)
This is a traveling silver tray awarded to the club who has done the most to recruit and retain members through recruitment activities, as well as activities focused on supporting and encouraging members through positive activities.  Clubs submit a narrative report detailing their activities in this area to the Membership Chairman who judges the reports.

Membership Award 
This is a traveling plaque awarded to the club who has the largest percentage increase in membership for the club year.  The Membership Chairman completes judging for this reward by reviewing increases in membership for clubs.


Creative Writing - Four entries will progress to the National Convention


Participation Awards - based on the number of hours members participated in activities in GFWC Community Service areas:

​     1st Place:

          Home Life (also won the Above & Beyond Award in this category)

          Fund Raising

          Education

          Art

          Legislation & Public Policy

          Public Issues

          Domestic Violence Awareness & Prevention

     2nd Place:

          Communication & Public Relations

     3rd Place :

          International Outreach        

  

2018 General Federation of Women's Clubs

Oregon State Convention

Awards to OCWC & Members

What better way to recycle than to turn reusable bags into an outfit? OCWC swept the field in this category with an entry that will be entered into the competition at the National Convention. 


Not only is the "jumper" made from reusable bags, so are the hat, jacket, blouse, leggings, shoes and purse. 


Thank you to our "Haute Couture" designer, Margie Nelson! 

Left - Top Model Alice Hayden shows the features of our winning design.


Above - Alice Hayden, designer Margie Nelson, and OCWC President Bev Spilseth. 

Several of our members dressed in period attire in honor of our founding members from 1903.

Conservation Project....