Outer Banks Woman's Club

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    Who We Are

    The Outer Banks Woman's Club is comprised of women who attend monthly club meetings held September through May, participate in at least one Community Service Program, and volunteer to support a wide range of club projects. Members are also part of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, Inc. and the General Federation of Women’s Clubs of North Carolina, Inc.

    OBWC 2018-2020 Executive Board

    Susan Rhew, First Vice President

    Carole Warnicki, Recording Secretary

    Jean Pratt
    President

    Beth Behrenhauser, Third Vice President

    Becky Cade, Immediate Past President

    Pam Lindner, Second VicePresident

    Toni Dorn, Corresponding Secretary

    Terri Nelson, Treasurer


    Community Service Project
    Committee Chairs and 
    Co-Chairs
    2018-2020


    Arts
    Chairman: Beverly Parker 
    Co-Chairman: Stephanie Anderson

    Conservation
    Chairman: Becky Cade
    Co-Chairman: Sandie Markland 

    Education
    Chairman: Susan Rhew 
    Co-Chairman: Terri Nelson 

    Home Life
    Chairman: Joan Brady-Stevens 
    Co-Chairman: Brenda Hardbower 

    International Outreach
    Chairman: Pam Lindner 
    Co-Chairman: Pat Oliver 

    Public Issues
    Chairman: Linda Wilson
    Co-Chairman: Jo Williams


    Club History

    When the club was chartered in 1971, the Outer Banks was still a remote and sparsely-populated area. Members recognized and addressed many issues such as the need for quality school systems, access to hospital care, and the preservation of Jockey’s Ridge State Park. Over the years, members have raised $25,000 for the construction of the Dare County Youth Center and over $10,000 for the Roanoke Island NC Aquarium. 

    The club’s proud legacy of achievement has been recognized by the Governor of NC, the NC Department of Human Resources, the Dare County Board of Commissioners, the Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce, and the General Federation of Women’s Clubs of NC.