2018-2019 Membership
(Not all members are present)

    The object of this club is to aid in the betterment of civic conditions in the community and to give to the needs of the community as we build friendships through our fundraising and volunteering activities.

    The Clermont Woman’s Club meets the first Tuesday of the month from October through May at the Clubhouse for tea and entertainment, with a meeting following.  The board meets on the Monday before the monthly meeting.  Our Club supports various organizations with our members’ time and/or donations of money and useful items. 

Our fund-raising events include: 
  • FASHION SHOW, held in the month of either October or November 
  • PURSE AUCTION, takes place in the month of February
  • FAMILY EXPO, during the month of an event featuring many vendors of interest to women and including several door prizes
  • PLAY BUNCO, held every second Tuesday of the month and each month a chosen charity we support is awarded with the proceeds.

President - Sue Monaghan
1st Vice President - Victoria Walter
2nd Vice President -
Recording Secretary - Jo Rifenberg
Corresponding Secretary - Carol Spaldi
Treasurer - Ann Nickens

Arts Department - Mary Danforth, chairman
Clermont Performing Arts
Florida Lake Symphony Orchestra
Local High School Performances
Moonlight Players Community Theatre

Conservation Department - Annette Dicks, chairman
Habitat for Humanity (stamps)
Recycle Ink Cartridges
Recycle Tab Tops (Ronald Mc Donald House)

Education Department - Carol Spaldi, chairman
Clermont Elementary School - Annette Dicks
Labels for Education - Annette Dicks
Library Program - Anna Ramsay
Scholarships - Carol Spaldi
South Lake Historical Society -
Take Stock in Children - Ollie Emory

Home Life Department - Jo Fleming, chairman
Camp Boggy Creek - Jo Fleming
Canine Companions for Independence - Jo Fleming
Faith Neighborhood Center - Ann Banks, Debbie Alexander
Leisure Manor - Lynn Lupoli, Helen Cooney & Gloria Ericsen (piano)
The Haven of Lake & Sumter - Ellie Fink

International Outreach Department - Liz Martinez, chairman
Heifer International - Jo Rifenberg
International Education Issues - Susy Gibson
Operation Smile - Liz Martinez
Pinwheels for Child Abuse Prevention - Helen Cooney

Public Issues Department - Helen Cooney, chairman
Chamber of Commerce - Sylvia Barto, Annette Dicks, Debbie Milwee
Downtown Partnership - Debbie Milwee
Make A Difference Day - Anna Ramsay
Wreaths Across America - Lynn Lupoli, Helen Cooney, Christine Hoyt

Committee Chairmen
Activities - Michele Nelson & Christine Hoyt
Auditor - Susy Gibson
Devotions - Connie Carlson
Finance - Officers and Ex-Officio
Fundraising - Victoria Walters
Hospitality - Lynn Lupoli
House Rental/Committee - 
Membership & New Members Tea - Judy Cunningham, Betty Doerrhoefer & Sylvia Barto
Nominating - 
Program - Victoria Walter
     •  Yearbook - Mary Joy Wells
     •  Club Directory & Website - Mary Joy Wells
     •  Newsletter - Christine Hoyt
Publicity - Pam Schmitz
Telephone - Kathleen Zinn

Major Fundraisers
Fashion Show - Helen Cooney & Lynn Lupoli
Purse Auction - Annette Dicks

Clermont Woman's Club Annual Women's EXPO 
Make a Difference Day
in picture from left:  Kathleen Murphy, Helen Cooney (Past President),
Lynn  Lupoli (President) and Carole Krupski
Clermont Woman's Club Wins the Oakley Seaver Service Award
In picture from left:  Incoming president MaryJoy Wells
and acting president Helen Cooney in 2008
General Members Tea Meetings
In picture from left:  Joanne Apel (Past President), Vivian Hopkins,
Mary Lou Wieloszynski, and Debbie Milwee (Past President)

Cooper Memorial Library's Grand Opening
Members in front of the study room they've sponsored.
In picture from left standing:  Deborah Simpson, Eileen Scates, Joanne Apel,
 Andrea Thurman, Celnah Smith, Joyce Braddock, and Ollie Emory.
In front from left:  Debbie Milwee, Helen Cooney, MaryJoy Wells,
Roberta McCaffery, Miriam Stonestreet, and Theresa Knight.