The Woman's Club of Artesia-Cerritos cordially invites the public to join a fun afternoon that celebrates the fabulousness and beauty of women in all stages of life.
The "Fabulous at Any Age on Any Stage" Fashion Show fundraiser will be held at the on Sept. 24. The festivities will begin at 11 a.m. with a silent auction/opportunity drawing, followed by lunch served at noon, and concluding with the fashion show. Tickets cost $50 per person and the funds will go toward the WCAC’s charitable projects.
Much like the women in the WCAC, the show's models will vary in age, showcasing fashions fit for women in their 20s to 60s.
Julietta Williams, WCAC Events Chair and former teacher at Leal Elementary, has been planning this event for months. In all the invitations, Williams included the enthusiastic handwritten declaration, "Hope you can come!"
If you are interested in learning more about the Fabulosity fashion show and fundraiser please contact Julietta Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Become a Member of the WCAC
For nearly a century, the WCAC has worked to promote moral and social welfare, civic improvement, and education in our community. Their efforts range from providing scholarships to local youth to supporting organizations such as the Rio Hondo Temporary Shelter, the , the and libraries, and the Long Beach Veteran's Hospital.
The club's recent contributions include support for the . In honor of this milestone day, the WCAC joined forces with the Soroptimist International of Artesia-Cerritos and the American Association of University Women (AAUW) of La Palma-Cerritos to celebrate 100 years of powerful and influential women.
The WCAC is a welcoming organization that is always open to new members. Today, the WCAC includes members from a range of ages and variety of professions, including but not limited to homemakers, business women, elected officials, seniors, and community leaders.
Outside of their philanthropic works, the club also engages in recreational activities such as day trips for educational, historic, and entertainment purposes. Members are also encouraged to join or form special interest groups within the club. Currently, the WCAC hosts two subgroups devoted to literature and needlework.