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LWC 2021

Art & Culture CSP joined forces with Education & Libraries to create an awesome Dr. Seuss chair which was donated to Lilburn Elementary School's media center.
From left to right:

Karen Snavely, Art CSP co-chair, Dr. Dickie, media specialist, Pat Swan, Gloria Sill, artist & Art CSP co-chair, Diane DeGaetano, LWC president, Pat Shaver, artist,

Kathy Mattox, Dr. Merisme, principal, Nancy Chilcoat,

Education co-chair.

LWC 2020
Photo credit:  Nancy Tawes Photography
Installation 2020
Installation 2019
LWC 2018
Photo credit:  Nancy Tawes Photography
Installation 2018
Installation 2017
Lilburn Woman's Club donated funds to each
Lilburn elementary and middle schools
from money earned from Lilburn Daze,
Behind the Garden Gate Garden Tour
and other club events.

At our Installation Meeting on February 5, 2015, the members of the Lilburn Woman's Club posed for this group picture. Many thanks to Terry Wawro of Wawro Photography for taking this amazing shot our our membership.

On behalf of all the members of the GFWC Lilburn Woman's Club we are thrilled to join forces with the City of Lilburn and the Downtown Development Authority to be able to dedicate this stunning 'Adventure Mountain' statue to the citizens of Lilburn on Oct. 12, 2013. For several years it has been a shared vision to have some type of a prominent water feature in Lilburn City Park, and bringing this dream to reality is the result of a very successful collaboration between all three organizations. We hope that everyone who visits Lilburn City Park will enjoy this beautiful fountain/sculpture for many years to come! 

Past presidents of GFWC LIlburn Woman's Club celebrate their 40th Anniversary being chartered under the Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs.


What started with a small group of ten concerned women has grown to over 70 active members who live in and around the greater Lilburn area and are dedicated to grassroots community improvement through volunteerism. An invitation only reception was held on September 9, 2013 at the newly opened 1910 Public House restaurant in historic downtown Lilburn to commemorate the event.

At our Installation meeting on February 7, 2013, Lilburn Woman's Club had a group picture taken to celebrate the start of our 40th year! Many thanks to Terry Wawro of Wawro Photography for graciously taking our picture.

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