2014 Craft Fair

The 40th Annual Westacres Craft Show will be on Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 10 am to 4 pm. This is an annual event held in our neighborhood clubhouse with an average attendance of 450 – 500 visitors. Exhibitors are selected on quality and originality of their work. Our goal is to invite a diverse range of artists with broad representation of art, media and creativity. We invite everyone to attend and, for those interested, to apply to be in our show! Please find the application here; applications are due July 31st.

2014 WCS Application

2014-05-02 Rummage Sale

The 2014 Rummage Sale is back by popular demand!

At the Clubhouse

Preview:
7 – 9 pm on Thursday, 1 May 2014
Regular Sale:
9 am – 3 pm on Friday, 2 May 2014
9 am – noon on Saturday, 3 May 2014

Westacres Womens’ Club Organization

The Westaces Womens’ Club (WWC) consists of a minimum of nine female residents. Board members are appointed in September each year The current members for 2013/2014 are as follows:

President: Tammy Carter
Vice-President: Roxanne Larson
Treasurer: Teresa Jablonski
Secretary: Michelle Patterson
Publicity: Kathe Cameron
Ways & Means: Meghan Galbraith-Crowe
Welcoming: Anita Lieberman
Special Projects: Kelly Gawronski
Hospitality: Laurie Onopa
Merchandising: Christy Brennan

The WWC raises funds primarily from the three major events that it hosts annually: Rummage Sale in April, a Pumpkin Sale the first Saturday on October and the Craft Fair on the first Saturday in November. Funds are spent on children’s events, scholarships for our High School graduates and a thank you dinner for all of our event volunteers, as well as special community projects when funds allow.

Our Mission:

“To improve the quality of life in the Westacres community by inviting the involvement of all adult females in an organization whose aim it is to work toward the continued enhancement of the neighborhood. By planning and implementing fund raisers and social functions, the Women’s Club will promote community spirit, fellowship and involvement and will remain open to the concerns and needs of the women of Westacres.”

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