The Temecula Woman's Club is part of an International organization dedicated to the improvement of the educational, ethical and cultural life of the community through volunteer service.
In 1980, a small group of energetic, community and service-oriented women met and founded the Temecula Valley Woman’s Club. With a membership of only 10, the TVWC was chartered as a California Federated Women’s Club and a General Federation of Women’s Club, then became a 501(c)3 corporation in 1981. Today the Club’s membership has over 150 women, committed to their original and still relevant intent to “improve the education, moral, and cultural life of the community.”
Pam Moe, 2015- 2016 TVWC President
“In Giving We Receive”
LET’S HAVE SOME FUN! CAN YOUR TRIVIA TEAM TAKE 1ST PLACE? PLAY HILARIOUS SIDE GAMES FOR $1 WIN PRIZES!! BIG SURPRISE RAFFLE SATURDAY, AUGUST 6 5:00 – 10:00 PM $35 (Includes full buffet & cash bar) TEMECULA CITY HALL CONFERENCE CENTER 41000 MAIN STREET HERE’S HOW: INVITE YOUR FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS & ADULT KIDS AND FORM…Read More
On Thursday, February 25, 2016 the Environmental Education Collaborative held the second annual symposium at the Living Desert in Palm Desert. The Temecula Valley Women’s Club was represented by Chris Rios, from the Santa Rosa Plateau Nature Education Foundation and Margaret Meyncke, from the Sierra Club. There is a critical need for environmental education and…Read More
Temecula Valley Woman’s Club President Pam Moe presented a check for $12,000 to Deborah Norman and Sally Wing of Canine Support Teams, Inc of Temecula, California. This wonderful organization provides companion dogs for disabilities other than blindness. Please check their website at http://caninesupportteams.org Temecula Valley Woman’s Club welcomed guest speaker Gillian Larson from Survivor Gabon.…Read More
The Temecula Valley Woman’s Club Conservation Committee presented a $300 check to the Sierra Club Santa Margarita group for its work to move forward the Murrieta Creek Regional Trail Project. The trail project, sought by environmentalist for decades, will connect miles of hiking, biking and horseback riding trails along the Murrieta Creek corridor between Temecula,…Read More