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Estes Park Woman's Club

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Statement of Purpose: The Estes Park Woman's Club,founded in 1912, is celebrating the Centennial of women working together to build a better Estes Park. A catalyst for change, this public-spirited organization helped found the Library, supported early efforts to establish Rocky Mountain National Park, pushed for improved trails projects, and fostered humanitarian causes. It continues to support numerous efforts to improve the quality of life in the community. Through scholarship support, grants to nonprofits, and monthly educational programs, the EPWC maintains a spirit of applied philanthropy now ten decades old. The Club has always welcomed new members in order to enrich both the organization and the lives of the membership. We invite you to participate in our programs, contribute to our efforts, and consider joining this remarkable organization.

 

Address: PO Box 507, Estes Park CO 80517
Email Address: epwomansclub@blacktie-colorado.com

 

Part-Time Volunteers: 75

 

Major Fund-raisers: Membership dues, bake sales, garage sale, planned giving, other development activities

 

Executive Committee: Judi Cunningham, Dephine Casey, Pam Appel, Judy Taphorn, Judy Schaffer, Libby Bryan, Penny Van Bogaert, Patti Erbe, Virginai Weliky, Gay Nehrig, Harriet Burgess, Lila Conrad, Ginny Thompson, Shirley Neely-Turpin
Director(s): Sylvia Adams, Dale Bonza, Esther Cenac, Bobbie Christenson, Ludie Dickeson, Carol Smid, Sue Spooner
Key Personnel: all-volunteer organization

 

Founded: 1912
Community Served: Estes Park

 

Ongoing Projects: Scholarship Fund, Estes Valley Library, Mountainaires Woman's Club Chorus, Estes Valley Victim Advocates, Women's History Month, Bright Christmas, Holiday House

 

 

Accomplishments: Numerous major projects to improve the community, initiated well before the town was incorporated and continuing to the present day