Greater Federation of Woman's Clubs of Crestview selects 2013-14 officers

Woman's Club officers Crestview

Doris Day of the Fort Walton Beach Woman's Club, left, stands with the Greater Federation of Woman's Clubs of Crestview’s new members. Pictured are Jeanne Gutenmann, president; Jeri Jones, first vice president; Brenda Johns, second vice president; Sylvia Foster, recording secretary; Laura Wolfe, filling in for Jean Shaw, corresponding secretary; and Sharlene Cox, treasurer.

Special to the News Bulletin
Published: Tuesday, July 2, 2013 at 10:07 AM.

CRESTVIEW — Greater Federation of Woman's Clubs member Doris Day, of the Fort Walton Beach chapter, conducted last month’s installation ceremonies for new club officers. 

The Crestview chapter is part of the world's largest and oldest service organization of volunteer women. The local club, founded in 1916, became federated in 1921.

The group promotes a common interest in charitable works, wholesome fellowship, adult education and community affairs. Members participate in activities that will strengthen and improve community and state conditions.

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