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April Meeting - Date Changed

Tuesday, April 26th
7:00 pm
Debbie Rothermel's Home
540 Waketon

The Power of Perennials

by Michelle White

We hope to see you all there!

Please bring an appetizer or dessert to share if you can!

2022 Scholarship Application - Deadline April 22nd at Midnight

Applications are now being accepted for the Class of 2022, Double Oak Women's Club scholarship award:

The Double Oak Women’s Club is dedicated to helping a graduating senior from our community who is continuing his/her education. We award a scholarship to a deserving student, who is pursuing educational opportunities at a college, university, technical or trade institution. We look for a student who exhibits a desire to excel in the following areas: Character, Academics, Community Service, and Leadership.

Eligibility includes:

· Current Double Oak Resident

· Graduating senior who will be continuing their education

· Parents do not need to be members of the women's club

Apply here or reach out to ObscureEmail

Congratulations Class of 2022 and good luck!
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Pancake Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt

April 9th
9 am to 11 am

Please join us at our Annual Pancake Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, APRIL 9 t h from 9 to 11 am at Double Oak Fire Station.

Breakfast will be served throughout the event, and the Egg Hunt will take place at 10:30 am sharp.

There will be activities and a set up for family photos. Children of all ages are invited to attend. The cost is $6 for adults and $3 for children. Please bring your own baskets!

As a reminder due to construction, Waketon Road is east bound only. Parking is available at Downing Middle School.

Any questions, contact either Billie Garrett or Donna Gilliam for more information.

Message From the President

Hello Ladies,

Spring is here and with daylight savings time we see more activity outdoors enjoying the sunshine and warmer weather. I love this time of year when we start to see everything turning green and flowers blooming. It’s the perfect time for this month’s meeting “The Power of Perennials” with our guest speaker, Michelle White.

Last month’s meeting a wonderful tribute was given in memory of Connie Gall by naming our annual scholarship The Connie Gall Memorial Scholarship, she was a beautiful lady, and her memory and spirit will live on in our community.

I hope you all plan to attend the DOWC children’s event on April 9th. The annual Pancake Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt is a wonderful family event and a great time for memories seeing the little ones collect the eggs and being able to get some fun photos.

If you missed last month’s meeting, the membership was presented with revisions in our By-laws and Standing Rules which after much discussion were approved and passed by majority vote. Thank you, Martha Holman, Pat Wellen and your committee for reviewing and making the suggested revisions.

Happy Easter to you and your families. I look forward to seeing you at our next meeting.
Janice Emanuel
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Help Those in Need

Please remember that at our board meetings and general meetings, we are asking members to bring canned goods or packaged food items so that we can assist those in need. A red, plastic box marked “Feed the Hungry” will be present at meetings.

Any questions, call Rosaline Scheerer.
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One Day Craft Retreat

June 11th
10 am to 4 pm

Start planning now for a great time at our “One Day Craft Retreat”. The date is to be re-scheduled.

Bring your crocheting, quilting, or whatever craft you are into (or come learn a new craft) and let’s have a great time visiting and crafting together! If there is something you want to learn, let us know!

There will be a 1 hour break to have lunch (bring or order in your own lunch).

This event includes a great chance to learn to make your own greeting cards. The card making portion will cost $18 if you’d like to participate.

Join the 2021 - 2022 Membership Year!


For friendship, fellowship, fun and to take part in activities that make Double Oak a great place to live! Whether you’re new to Double Oak or a long-time resident, young or old, single or married – we welcome you!

Our annual activities include an Auction that supports the Volunteer Fire Department; a Scholarship to a graduating High School senior; Police Appreciation efforts; and Community Events like Casino Night, Pancake Breakfast, Holiday Events and Children’s Socials for the entire town.

Monthly general meetings are usually held at 7 p.m. on the third Tuesday of the month, from September through May. Meetings include social time and an informational and fun program. We meet at Town Hall unless pre-empted by town business – then we convene in a member’s home.

Members can also choose to take part in a variety of monthly activities which are listed at the bottom of this membership form. Activity groups grow and change as do member interests, so if there is something you’d like to see that is not on the list, just say so!

Membership also entitles you to a DOWC Directory and a subscription to the DOWC Newsletter for the membership year (September through May).

How do you join? Complete the form below, being sure to fill in the information exactly as you wish it to appear in the membership directory. If you have children who would like to Baby Sit, place a star by their names and include a contact number, if different from your own. Return the completed form and $25 at the September meeting, or drop it in the mail now to our Membership Chairwoman, shown at the bottom of the form. Join before October 20th to be listed in the DOWC Directory.
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Our Club

The Double Oak Women’s Club (DOWC) provides a periodic social gathering for the fellowship, entertainment, and education of its membership. Fundamental to DOWC is connecting with one’s neighbors; making contacts with other women for fun and support; and creating a caring environment for ourselves, our children and families.

DOWC supports the community in a variety of ways, including but not limited to; providing a member network for activities and recreation, greeting newcomers, distributing scholarship funds, organizing adult socials, and sponsoring holiday events for the children of Double Oak. Fundraising and membership dues underwrite costs of special and charitable projects.

Payment of DOWC dues entitles a member to all rights of membership, a DOWC Yearbook, and subscription to the DOWC monthly Newsletter. Members receive advance notices of the year’s meetings and special programs. All women who are current or past residents of the Town of Double Oak are invited to join the Double Oak Women’s Club.


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