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Miss Gatewood sent out invitations and women responded.
In December of that year, the club was incorporated and in they purchased the Martin Mansion, historic Ghent, as their home. This lecture series was the precursor of the Norfolk Forum, which is enjoyed by many today.
They also conducted classes three days a week beginning in for what was the beginning of the Norfolk branch of William and Mary that later became Old Dominion University.
The Club also directs the Gatewood Martin Mansion Foundationthe preservation and fundraising effort for our over year old Mansion, and grounds. We are a private club.
Prospective members must be proposed by a member and sponsored by two additional members. If you do not know a member, please contact our Membership Chair at membership womansclubofnorfolk. All member applications require board approval and applicants must be at least twenty-three years of age.
We offer several member tiers based on your activity interest. For more information, contact our membership chair at: membership womansclubofnorfolk.
Investigators from the Norfolk Police Vice Department and Homeland Security shared valuable information with the audience. Afterward, Tiffany McGee, the founder and CEO of Survivor Ventures, a non-profit that helps heal survivors through support and a unique economic empowerment model, spoke about ways individuals can help with this national and local crisis.
The symposium was well attended and everyone left with a better understanding of the issue and possible solutions.
If you would like to know more about what you can do to help Survivor Ventures, contact: www. Our Public Issues award was for our outreach to first responders with a free Lasagne Luncheon.
Members of WCN volunteered each week, tutoring 3rd-grade students on their reading comprehension skills. Member .
Donate Now! The volunteers from the club, along with the Norfolk Police Department, meet weekly with 3rd-graders who are at risk of failing reading comprehension milestones, working one on one with the same child the entire academic year. Before the holiday break, we purchased over 70 Christmas gifts — enough for each student in the third grade!
The joy on their faces was priceless!