A glimpse as Sheri and the ladies
are conspiring with Santa
on the 15th annual fashion show
slated for September 24, 2015
T'was the night before Christmas when all through the town
our members were dreaming of wearing a new gown.
The dresses were hung in the closets with care,
With thoughts of our fashion show swirling in the air.
LOWC ladies were nestled in their home
When out to lawn their eyes did roam.
They went outside upon hearing such a clatter,
where wearing a pashmina really did matter.
When what from their wondering eyes did appear
but a fluffy white sleigh with beautifully dressed reindeer.
Sheri whistled and smiled and called them by name,
now Scottie, Toniya, Ann, Denise and Pauline
Minita, Crista, Annie and Kelly all completing the team.
The sleigh was packed full of raffle baskets and fashion
All powered by our club's deep sense of compassion.
Now dash away dash away dash away all,
to our annual fashion show happening next fall.
So away we all go with hearts full cheer
thanking all of of you for a wonderful year!
For a peek at last year's fashion show, see the Fashion Show pages.
Who We Are
Lake Oswego Women's Club is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
LO Women's Club was founded in 1974. We are a group of women with diverse talents and backgrounds. Our common bond: We care about building a stronger community. As a result of our fundraising, we are privileged to support local nonprofit organizations. Lake Oswego Women's Club welcomes women regardless of race, color, national origin, age, disability, marital status, religion, or sexual orientation. LO Women's Club is open to women from our neighboring communities.
What We Do'Women joining together to enrich lives in our community' is our mission.
Through our grant program, LOWC funds nonprofit organizations in the Portland metro area, the majority of which focus on improving the lives of women and children. LOWC’s scholarship program awards scholarships to college-bound youth who have shown a continued commitment to community service.
Our biggest fundraiser of the year is the Lake Run in Lake Oswego. All of the net proceeds of the Lake Run and other fund-raising events are given to our grant and scholarship recipients.Since 1974, we have raised and donated nearly 2 million dollars to local charities.
LOWC Members serve up breakfast at the Ronald McDonald House
Members joined together Saturday, January 24, 2015 to put their cooking skills to the test by making breakfast for the residents. Vist the Ronald McDonald website to learn more about this great organization.
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