Worthington Women's Club

Promoting friendship, opportunity and community


  • The Worthington Women’s Club of Ohio has played a vital role in the community we call home since 1932. The goals of the organization are to promote friendship, encourage projects which benefit the community, and to facilitate activities that foster community among women. Today we are more than 220 members strong, and we look forward to meeting new members. You may contact us through the ‘Join Us’ selection above, or WWC email.
    EMAIL – [email protected] This email will be forwarded to Board Member/requested member..


March 28, 2023, General Meeting 12:30
‘Native American Warriors of the 20th Century’
with Gregory Edmonds as presenter.

Allocation recipients able to attend March General Meeting will be recognized.
Recipients are McConnell Arts Center, $150; Worthington Bridges, $200;

Worthington Historical Society, $300; Worthington Libraries, $100;
Worthington Resource Pantry, $200; SWIM/Worthington Pools $100;
Worthington Salvation Army, $100. Total $1150.00.
Funds raised for allocation come from Allocation Budget, Member Donations, Holiday Raffle and Memorial Donations.

Forgot to make reservation for Jan 28 Meeting? contact Barb Keister.
Too late for dessert, but you can reserve a seat!


La Comedia Dinner Theater Trip is ON!!!

See Details Below under Interest Group News

Art Study Interest Group Membership Open
We welcome new members and look forward to meeting art inspired women!
Meeting at MAC third Monday of month. Dues ($10 year) pays for presenters, meeting room at MAC, name tag supplies, printer expenses. Contact Paula Cross, [email protected]
Email Potential Presenters names to Paula Cross, [email protected]

Welcome WWC New Members who were Accepted 2022-2023 when you see them!
Click here for pictures.


Pictures and/or Schedules for Members. Click here!

All WWC Members are welcome to the following meetings.
Please RSVP Email [email protected]

April 17, 2023, Art Study Meeting, 12:30pm
McConnell Arts Center, 777 Evening Street, Worthington, OH
Kelly Reichert presents her Contemporary Painting/Acrylics and Mixed Media.

Kelly is a Worthington native. Her work is often self-referential, exploring themes of solitude, relationship, identity and language.

April 27, 2023, Travel Troop Day Trip, 9:00 – 5:00
We have filled the 28-person bus! Cost $79
La Comedia Dinner Theater, Springboro, OH
$79 per person includes theater ticket (Sleuth) with process fee and gratuity,
bus with driver and gratuity.

Send $79 check to Sandra Cornett, 6000 Riverside Drive, Apt. A450,
Dublin, OH 43017 before March 27th. (due LaComedia and bus, 27th)
Parking and time details will appear here after April 1.

Who We Are
During the General Meetings, Historian Dru Wielonski will tell us about a WWC decade starting with the 1930’s at the September meeting. Therese McLean is creating a poster with the highlights of each decade. Check Our History page for updates. You can zoom in to see details on posters.
If unable to attend the meeting, you can hear Dru’s interesting stories on ZOOM.

ZOOM: Send your email address to Karen German at [email protected] for meeting access.

General Meetings Reservations:

please call or email Barb Keister by Tuesday before the meeting.
Barb’s contact is in the WWC Yearbook.

PROGRAMS 2022-2023
(Reservations required)

A Reservation sign-up sheet is available at each General Meeting for the following General Meeting.

Mar 28, 2023, General Meeting 12:30 ‘Native American Warriors of the 20th Century’
with Gregory Edmonds as presenter.
Apr. 25, 2023, Interest Fair 12:00 ‘Going Green with Jane E. Acri, LSW,
Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging as presenter.
May 16, 2023, Spring Luncheon 10:30am ‘Birds of Worthington’ with Dr. Bernard Master,
(Installation of officers) Internationally recognized birder and author, as presenter.

All above meetings are scheduled to meet at the Worthington Hills Country Club,
920 Clubview Blvd., South,
Columbus, Ohio 43235.

Snow: Meetings will be cancelled when Franklin County declares a level two snow emergency.
Members are welcome to bring guests to all our meetings and luncheons. However, we do request that you make reservations for yourself and your guests, so we have a count for ordering desserts and seating. Guests: Contact Us to attend a meeting as a guest or discover more about our group and activities. It is a requirement that you attend one General Meeting in order to become a member and of course, see if you would like to join. We currently have over 30 Interest Groups and the members are always welcoming new participants. Email: [email protected]

Meet Our 2022-2023 Newest Members, click here.

Newsletter, March, 2023, click here.