The Clearwater Community Woman's Club affords the greatest opportunity
for women to meet and form new and lasting friendships, while having the
satisfaction of expanding their horizons.
We meet the 3rd Tuesday of each month- September through May
Our meetings are generally held at the Clearwater Main Library
100 North Osceola Ave. Clearwater, FL 33755
Time: Coffee & Refreshments 10:30AM; Meeting 11:15AM
us if you are interested in attending a meeting.
The GFWC Clearwater Community Women's Club (CCWC) is a member club of
the Florida Federation of Women's Clubs (FFWC) and the General Federation
of Women's Clubs (GFWC) one of the world's largest and oldest nonpartisan,
nondenominational woman's volunteer service organizations.
FFWC was organized in 1885 in Green Cove
Springs, Florida. FFWC has been active in the preservation
of the Everglades and building the first home at Hacienda Girls
Ranch in Melbourne, Florida. State headquarters for FFWC are
now in Lakeland, Florida.
GFWC was founded in 1890. The national
headquarters are in Washington, D.C. The National Women's
History and Resource Center are part of the facility. Past
members include Jane Cunningham Croly (founder,) Julia Ward Howe
(wrote the "Battle Hymn of the Republic,") Eleanor Roosevelt, Jane
Addams (help improve child labor laws,) and Margaret Chase Smith
(US Senator from Maine.)
The CCWC membership is divided into six special interest groups. The six
special interest groups are: the arts, conservation, education,
home life, international affairs and public issues. Each special
takes turns in planning a program for the monthly meetings, highlighting
the department's topic of interest.