JoAnn Fletcher and Shirley Miller [ Rhonda Alderman | Contributed ]

Wewa women host membership Bunko

The GFWC Wewahitchka Woman’s Club members held a fabulous membership Bunko on June 8. 

We had seven guests, 10 club members and a whole lot of fun. Hamburgers, hotdogs with all the fixings and great desserts were consumed. 

We would like to thank two members of The GFWC Woman’s Club of Tallahassee, Candi Aubin and JoAnn Fletcher, for attending this event, and we’d like to say a big thank you to Glenn Norris, Ray Gionet and Randy Baxter our “grill masters.” 

Congratulations to our Bunko winner JoAnn Fletcher, who donated her winnings to our president’s project, Camp Boggy Creek. Camp Boggy Creek offers a unique experience for children with serious illnesses to experience joy and happiness in a camp setting. Our next Bunko night will be in September.

The GFWC Wewahitchka Woman’s Club meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month at 5:30 p.m. CDT at Glad Tidings Assembly of God’s fellowship hall in Wewahitchka. Our meetings will resume on Tuesday, August 8. We invite you to join us to learn more about the club and see how you can be a part of an 87-year-old organization. By being a volunteer, you can make a positive difference in your community and more. Contact us at [email protected]. We welcome everyone to attend and find out what plans we have for upcoming events, fundraisers and community projects. 

The GFWC Wewahitchka Woman’s Club is a non-profit, 501c (3) volunteer charity organization whose purpose is to promote and provide civic, educational and charitable activities that enrich the lives, and the environment in the service area of Wewahitchka, Florida.

Meet the Editor

Wendy Weitzel, The Star’s digital editor, joined the news outlet in August 2021, as a reporter covering primarily Gulf County.

Prior to then, she interned for Oklahoma-based news wire service Gaylord News and for Oklahoma City-based online newspaper during her four years at the University of Oklahoma, from which she graduated in May with degrees in online journalism and political science.

While at OU, Weitzel was selected as Carnegie-Knight News21 Investigative Fellow among 30 top journalism students from around the country. She also was senior editor managing a 12-person newsroom in coordination with Oklahoma Watch, a non-profit news organization in eastern Oklahoma.

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