The Women’s Club of Powell is a social organization to promote friendship among members, to create opportunities for organized interests, and to participate in the social, intellectual and civic affairs of Powell, OH.
May 2013 Women’s Club of Powell Spring Brunch Buffet
Judy Browning at Women’s Club of Powell 2013 Spring Brunch
Sarah Schaaf modeling Tiffany’s jewelry at Women’s Club of Powell 2013 Spring Brunch
WCP 2013 Spring Brunch Social Time
Women’s Club of Powell 2013 Spring Brunch, from left, Theresa Gladden, Debbie Nunley, Lois Gifford, Susan Cratty and Linda Nester
Women’s Club of Powell 2013 Spring Brunch at Wedgewood Country Club
Debbie Fracasso, left, and Michelle De Santis of De Santis Florists, speakers for WCP 2013 meeting.
Michele Morabito and Robin Brown at Women’s Club of Powell in April 2013
Nadia Yanni displays De Santis Florist creation at WCP April 2013
Daleen Dotson at April 2013 WCP meeting
Women’s Club of Powell April 2013 meeting with floral display from De Santis Florists
The Women’s Club of Powell has nearly 100 members from Powell, OH, and surrounding communities. Our focus is on fostering and nurturing friendships. We do that through numerous interest groups and monthly meetings with incredible edibles, social time and informative, entertaining speakers. We also have a December Candy Cane Gala, which features local talent and delectable dining; a New Member Reception; and our Spring Fling Brunch, highlighted with diverse programs.
Dr. Marty Traver, center, and Debbie Nunley getting tickets from Marge Sanik and Lyn Savidge
Barb Baker, left, and Susan Maslyk at April 2013 Women’s Club of Powell New Member Reception
Women’s Club of Powell 2012-2013 Volunteer Group
The Women’s Club of Powell began in September 2007. Powell resident Dee Allenspach, along with 20 friends and neighbors, established an executive board, bylaws and programs for women in and around Powell, a small yet fast-growing community in southern Delaware County. Powell United Methodist Church graciously offered the use of their Fellowship Hall for the monthly meetings.
The first meeting was on September 10, 2007. Seventy-one women attended the first meeting that featured Mayor Don Grubbs and City Manager Steve Lutz of Powell. A new women’s club was born, connecting the women of Powell through new friendships and common interests.
Powell, OH, is a family oriented community that offers the ambiance of small-town living with the benefits of being a short drive from the amenities of central Ohio’s metropolitan area. Thousands of visitors are attracted to Powell in search of boutiques, antiques and restaurants or to embark on an animal adventure at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.