President's Message Oct/Nov 2022
Happy Fall Season Ladies. Autumn leaves are in the air.
Our Luau was a colorful and entertaining success. Our ballroom was decorated in Polynesian attire with soothing colors. It was like being in Hawaii without the plane trip. Everyone agreed the entertainment was top notch and one of the best entertainment programs our stage has ever seen. 42 raffle prize baskets made the evening exciting.
I have been attending the meetings of the Glendora Community Coordinating Council. President’s or representatives from Glendora’s organizations get together and share their upcoming events. There are many fundraisers coming up for many of the communities’ organizations. When it was my turn to speak, I mentioned the success of our Luau. The only upcoming events I spoke about was our Auction in February, and our 115th Birthday Celebration in May. Mayor Karen Davis was there, council members, and the chamber. When I mentioned the Glendora Woman’s Club is the oldest service club in Glendora that is still active, many in the room were audibly impressed. One person mentioned a Certificate of Recognition, and the conversation escalated to a ribbon cutting ceremony with dignitaries present. I was pleased to see the readiness of others willing to recognize the Glendora Woman’s Club. It is my goal to represent the Glendora Woman’s Club in a manner which you would be pleased and continue to represent us all to the community in a positive light.
We continue to have a good working relationship with Cambria Catering. Our events calendar is getting full which is lucrative to all concerned. We are facing a good and positive year.
Marsha Edwards Mason, President of the Glendora Woman’s Club