Rossmoor Womans Club (Page 3)

Chloe, the famous Long Beach rescue pup, set off a roomful of “oohs,” “ahhs” and “oh, how cutes” when she made a special guest appearance at the Rossmoor Woman’s Club meeting on February 12. Chloe attended with human friend Diana Kliche of Fix Long Beach, a nonprofit organization that provides …continue reading

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Rossmoor resident Sue Goldberg shows off some of the decorative pumpkins made by Rossmoor Woman’s Club members that will be for sale at the club’s booth at the St. Hedwig Autumn Fest Sept. 27-29. All proceeds from the sale will go to fund the woman’s club’s charitable giving program and …continue reading

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At its first meeting of the fall season on Sept. 12, the Rossmoor Woman’s Club honored Los Alamitos High students Julia Carpenter and Noah Shafton as Seniors of the Month for September and August respectively. Violinist Julia is part of the All Southern California Honors Orchestra and has performed in …continue reading

Wreaths, succulents and May baskets made by members of the Rossmoor Woman’s Club will be on sale during the Garden Tour. Courtesy photo.

Rossmoor’s 16th annual Spring Garden Tour and Outdoor Marketplace is expected to be bigger and better than ever this year.  Ticket holders will be able to visit five back yards in Rossmoor and the surrounding area, as well as shop at the Outdoor Marketplace at Rush Park, which will feature …continue reading

RWC President Maggie Paul reads to children at the Long Beach Day Nursery. Photo courtesy of Rossmoor Woman's Club.

Rossmoor Woman’s Club President Maggie Paul and members Sandy Tessier and Susan Denley visited the Long Beach Day Nursery on April 3 to deliver Dr. Seuss books that club members donated as part of a multi-year reading initiative of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs. The RWC plans to continue …continue reading

Fifteen members of the Rossmoor Woman’s Club’s Helping Hands section got together recently to make Valentine’s card and small gift bags for hospitalized veterans in Bellflower. This is just one of the group’s service projects. Members of the 60-year-old club, based in Rossmoor, come from all over Orange and Los …continue reading