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Women's Club seeks members for 2007-08

A membership drive is under way until Oct. 1 for the APSU Womens Club.
Annual dues are $20 and payable to Phyllis Whittaker, treasurer, in the Business Office or Box 4635.

The purpose of the APSU Womens Club is to bring together the University community in a social relationship to promote greater understanding of the University and its purpose within the community.

The organization supports the Catherine Evans Harvill Scholarship Fund, which awards one tuition scholarship and one book scholarship, for women, each semester.
A membership drive is under way until Oct. 1 for the APSU Women's Club.
Annual dues are $20 and payable to Phyllis Whittaker, treasurer, in the Business Office or Box 4635.

The purpose of the APSU Women's Club is to bring together the University community in a social relationship to promote greater understanding of the University and its purpose within the community.

The organization supports the Catherine Evans Harvill Scholarship Fund, which awards one tuition scholarship and one book scholarship, for women, each semester.

The Women's Club meets monthly from noon-1 p.m., with meetings including sessions on various topics. The first is Women's Health Issues on Oct. 18 in the Morgan University Center, Room 310. Kim French, assistant professor in the School of Nursing, will lead the session.

Members bring their own lunch. Drinks and dessert will be provided. Here is the 2007-08 meeting schedule for the APSU Women's Club:
Nov. 8: Crafts by Donna Liverett, MUC 310
Dec. 13: Pot luck and ornament exchange, MUC 310
Jan. 10: Herbs by Diann Nance, MUC 310
Feb. 21: Scrapbooking by Sharon Silva, MUC 213
March 13: Stamping by Debbie Roach, MUC 310
April 10: Financial Planning by Ed Snead, MUC 310
May 8: Spring Luncheon and installation of officers, MUC 305