P.O. Box 102
Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948
This site belongs to the Outer Banks Woman's Club and is an affiliation of the General Federation of Women Clubs.
This is an international organization whose members make up the largest volunteer organization in the world.
The Outer Banks Woman's Club is a general club offering membership to any woman of any age in the Outer Banks area. Across the state, in more densely populated areas.
Clubs may be divided into five community service programs: Art, Conservation, Education, Home Life, and Public/International Affairs.
The Outer Banks Woman's Club recently welcomed the North Carolina General Federation of Women's Club President to speak at the September General Meeting. The room was filled by local members as wells as president from clubs of four other groups in the area. Seven prospective members attended as well. During this momentous occasion the president spoke about her pet project "Feed the Future" and how much has been accomplished so far. Following the her speech she was presented with a check from this club for $1,000 for the "Feed the Future" Fund.
Also this spring this club welcomed it's 1,000th visitor, Michael Kernicky, to the Outer Banks Spring Festival of Arts and Crafts 2013.Pictured with Michael are his mother, Joanne and Julia Haywood, Co-chair of the Festival, (on left). Michael and Joanne traveled to the Outer Banks from Greensberg, Pennsylvania for the Memorial Day week-end.
The Outer Banks Woman's Club was sincerely thankful to the community, vendors, club women and supporters for the successful Spring Festival! The beautiful weather, a wonderful selection of arts and crafts as well as the great people who came to enjoyed the show provided the club with funds to support their many local charities.
Photos above on right depict these events.