An Old Time Group

In addition to the Club-sponsored card games of Hand Knee and Foot, aka HKF, and Samba, many members play both games in private groups.  One such unique group started by member Marlene Jacobs is called the Stonebriar Sharkettes.  The Sharkettes originally played HKF but now play Samba.  The group had 9 members who all resided

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No Ice Cubes, Please

At the Women’s Club member meeting on Wednesday, January 10, 2024, Chris Gay, a Master Gardener, was our guest speaker.  Mr. Gay is an expert on all varieties of orchids and has a green house for rarer orchids, although his main interest is in orchids that can be grown in Northeast Florida.  Mr. Gay brought

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Holiday Celebrations

*Joanne LaBeouf also provided information for the post. Not only does the Women’s Club host their own functions, there are many different social groups that members belong to – can you spot several of the members that belong to all of the groups?!  During December, several of the groups celebrate the holidays by dressing up

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Ringing the Bell for a Good Cause

Today, Women’s Club members Lorna Broughton and Marlene Abbate volunteered as bell ringers for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle drive at the local Winn Dixie in Green Cove Springs.  This annual bell-ringing tradition by the charity organization raises money from donations to their red kettles to help families in need throughout the community, especially during

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Tad’s Toys Christmas Party

On Saturday, December 9, Donna Habing, Vice President of the Women’s Club, attended a Christmas party at Orange Park Elementary School for Tad’s Toys, a local Christmas charity.  The charity was created by Kathy Lawrence, project manager of the Multi Agency Network for Students with Emotional/Behavioral Disabilities (SEDNET), which serves Clay, Duval, and Nassau counties. 

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Bunco Babes Black Tie Affair

Combine Black Tie attire and rolling dice and you get a night of Bunco in honor of Judy O’Neill, a member for years.  Judy was to be hostess for November 16th, so Marlene Jacobs took her place and made it a special evening special to remember Judy.  Cheryle Newman invited Pat O’Neill, who sent his

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Red Hats and Blue Grass

The Red Hat Hotties are at it again.  The ladies met at the Corner Pocket on Sunday, November 19th, for their monthly gathering.  This was not only an afternoon of fun and food with friends, but also an opportunity to expand their music palate.  On Sundays, The Corner Pocket features Blue Grass, and those who

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Kudos to Clay High Students!

The Magnolia Point Women’s Club saw another successful fundraiser conclude yesterday (Saturday, November 11).   So many volunteer members worked endlessly on the annual one-day Holiday Arts & Craft Show, held at the Clay County Fairgrounds.  We had vendors, we had shoppers, we had food trucks, we had local Veteran representation from VFW Post 1988 in

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