The evening section of the Yucaipa Woman’s Club held its annual membership tea on Saturday, Aug. 10, at the Oak Glen Schoolhouse Museum.
Guests, from both the day and evening sections, were served an assortment of finger sandwiches and desserts on beautiful table settings organized by Katie Stiff, membership chair of the evening section. And of course, a nice cup of tea was the perfect complement to good conversation with old and new friends.
The 2019-20 co-chairs of the evening section, Lynn Weber-Stiff and Claire Marie Teeters and Vice-Chair Alison Law-Mathisen, President of the Yucaipa Woman’s Club, and Judy Bender, were introduced to the crowd. Guests were given a glimpse of the exciting events and philanthropic activities that are being planned for this fiscal year.
The Yucaipa Woman’s Club was founded in 1911. Its clubhouse, on Avenue A, was dedicated as a California Historical Point of Interest in 1992. The philanthropic group is still active and always seeking new members.
If you would enjoy becoming part of an active group of women from grandmothers, sisters, mothers, daughters, cousins, aunts and friends that serves the community, you are invited to join.
The day section meets September through June at noon on the third Tuesday of each month (reservations required for lunch), while the evening section meets October through June at 7 p.m. on the first Monday of each month.
Both day and evening meetings are held at the clubhouse, which is located at 35215 Ave. A, in Yucaipa.
For more information about the Yucaipa Woman’s Club, please call 797-6788.