photo courtesy of S. Banks
photo courtesy of S. Banks
Fillmore Women's Service Club
Fillmore Women's Service Club

Want to Become a Member?

Please call us at:805 524-2020 or fill out our contact form.

 

Fillmore Women's Service Club

P.O. Box 151

Fillmore, CA 93016

 

E-mail: info@fillmorewomensserviceclub.com

Meetings

We meet at 7:00pm, the second Wednesday of the month, at the Fillmore Adult Center located 533 Santa Clara St., Fillmore.

New members and guest always welcome!

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News & Events

Christmas Activities

 

The Fillmore Women's Service Club brightened the lives of some of the residents in Fillmore this holiday season. “There are so many people in need it was nice to know that we could make a difference for some”, Susan Banks, President said.

 

TheFillmore Women's Service Club gave two Food Baskets at Thanksgiving and five Holiday Baskets at Christmas to families in need. The Holiday baskets contained food items, gift card to Super A and a certificate for gift purchases.

 

The Fillmore Women's Service Club also collected toys and items for teenagers for Ventura County Foster kids. We also donated canned food to One Step a la Vez food drive.

 

At Lynn Edmunds retirement dinner from One Step de la Vez, Teresa Reese, representing the Fillmore Women's Service Club, presented her with a certificate of appreciation for her dedication and hard work establishing the One Step for the youth of Fillmore. A donation in her name for $200 was also presented to One Step from FWSC.

 

The Fillmore Women's Service Club presented a check for $200 to Laura Bartels for the Santa Clara Valley Legal Aid for their Winter Coat Drive. This year the coat drive was held at the Fillmore Fire Station on December 19th.

 

Did you see us in the Fillmore Christmas Parade this year ?? Susan Banks said “the Christmas Parade was a lot of fun for the members to participate in and it was wonderful to meet so many new people as well as old friends”

 

The Fillmore Women's Service Club meets every second Weds (except May, July, Aug and Dec.) in the Fillmore Active Adult Center at 7 p.m. If you would like more information about our Club and it's activities, call Teresa Reese, membership chair, at 818-645-4626, or President Susan Banks at 805-524-2020.

 

Come and be a part of this charitable organization and don't forget we need your support at our 4th July Fireworks Booth !!! So look for Fillmore Women's Service Club.

Canned Goods for One Step

We collected canned goods and gave them to One Step A La Vez for their food drive.

Police Explorers Get Check

A check was presented to the Fillmore Police Explorers for uniforms and travel expenses.

2015 Installation dinner at the Mupu Restaurant in Santa Paula.  A gift and photo album and our thanks were given to Jeanne Kllittich the outgoing president.  The new  board was installed:  Susan Banks, President; Marsha Heerema, 1st vice; Teresa Reese,  3rd vice;  Mimi Bunrs, 4th vice;  Pam Smith,  Recording Secretary; Michele Smith, Corresponding Secretary;  Jeanne Klittch, Parliamentarian;  and Marilyn Griffin, Treasurer. 

2014 - 2015 Board members, Jeanne Klittich President.

Fillmore City Council present  the Fillmore Women's Service Club with Certificate of Recognition of 50 years of Service to Club members Jeanne Klittch, President, Mimi Burns Parliamentarian, and Susan Banks 4th vice., 

Anniversary Party

Last duty of outgoing president Michelle Smith signing the Scholarship Certificates.
Collin Farrar receives donation for Science Camp.

County Recognizes FWSC

On Tuesday, February 15th, Fillmore Women’s Service Club president Michelle Smith and member Valerie Richards attended the Ventura County Board of Supervisors Donor Recognition Event and accepted a certificate from Ventura County Children and Family Services and the Children’s Services Auxiliary. The certificate was awarded to Fillmore Women’s Service Club for their contribution to the 2012 Holiday activities for Ventura County’s abused, neglected, and needy children. Fillmore Women’s Service Club, established in 1964, provides support to Fillmore’s seniors and youth. We recognize our community’s educators and award numerous scholarships each year. Prospective members are encouraged to join us at our next meeting to be held on Wednesday, April 10th, 7:30 PM at the Fillmore Senior Center.

Supporting Teachers at Sierra High School

On Friday November 9th the Fillmore Women's Service Club, represented by President Michelle Smith, 1st. VP Tobey Bowers, and 2nd VP Valerie Richards (not pictured) recognized the teachers from Fillmore Sierra High School. At a recognition assembly where Students at Sierra High School in Fillmore were presented with achievement awards, Tobey Bowers with Fillmore Women's Service Club presented checks to the teachers for their Teacher Recognition Awards. Each teacher received a letter of recognition and appreciation for outstanding dedication to education along with a check for $100 to purchase classroom materials. This was FWSC's way of saying Thank You to the faculty of Sierra High School for their commitment to students of the Fillmore Unified School District.

High School Art Show

 

Letter to the Editor of the Fillmore Gazette March 2013

 

 

To the Editor:

I would like to thank the members of the Fillmore Women’s Service Club for their generous donation of $300 to help with this year Arts Show. I would also like to thank the members of the Lions Club of Fillmore for their generous donation of $250. The donations will go towards the expenses of putting on this years’ event “Open Your Eyes to Art” scheduled for Thursday April 11th at the Memorial Building.
On behalf of the Visual and Performing Arts Department at Fillmore High School, thank you!
Rosalind Mitzenmacher
Fillmore High School

Visual Arts Dept. Chair

Civic Pride

 

Michele Smith, current president of Fillmore Women’s Service Club accepted an award of appreciation from Vision 2020, Civic Pride Committee for their club’s generous support with sponsoring 8 replanted pots along Central Avenue.

Fillmore Women’s Service Club is a unique group which has functioned since the 1960’s.

They are not attached to any other service organization in the United States, but focus their help entirely on the city of Fillmore.

They are pleased to be able to provide approximately $8000 in college scholarships.

This group also provides for other community needs such as sponsoring a brick at the Historical Society, the Senior Center Pantry, Rancho Camulos, Fillmore Library and providing each of the 6 teachers at Sierra Vista School with $100.  

Senior Center Support

Rita Avila accepts check from Michelle Smith, President of the Fillmore Women's Service Club, for restocking the pantry at the Senior Center for Seniors in Need.

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