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The Shipyard Women’s Club is open to all women living part time or full time in Shipyard Plantation, Hilton Head Island, SC. Our meetings provide time for common interests, to hear speakers, presentations and programs, and create a community of “…women in time, standing together, part of a line extending forever…” Please join us.
 
SAVE THE DATE (S)…..

One of the original objectives of SWC is to lend support to our neighbors.
“The Shipyard Women’s Club is open to all women living part time or full time in Shipyard Plantation, Hilton Head Island, SC. Our meetings provide time for common interests, to hear speakers, presentations and programs, and create a community of “…women in time, standing together, part of a line extending forever…” Please join us.
 
In that spirit, if you need help during the uncertainty surrounding COVID19, feel free to reach out for help (shopping, dog walking, or just to chat) to the SWC membership. Just post your request on our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/groups/ShipyardWomensClub or email SWC.Sunshine@gmail.com   and hopefully someone from our SWC can help you out.
 

 

 

SWC  Meeting

Cancelled due to COVID19

Sadly, we will be unable to have our annual Beach Party that was scheduled for May 12.  We hope to see everyone in September.
Stay safe.  We miss you.  Click here for details:  Announcements

 


SWC Book Club
Cancelled due to COVID19

DATE:  TBD
WHERE: Beach Club
TIME:   4 pm
BOOK:

A note from Kay (book club)…..I hope everyone had a Happy Easter and is keeping well and safe.  Because of the present pandemic our April and May meetings are cancelled.  Hopefully we can resume in the fall but at this point, that too is uncertain.
  Thank you, Mary Hess for offering to lead the May meeting..  I did read “A Piece of the World” by Christina Baker Kline and was looking forward to discussing this well written book.  I was fortunate to have seen some of Andrew Wyeth’s haunting paintings at the DC American Museum of Art and was also inspired to google his life and  after reading this book.
It was with great sadness that I learned of one of our members, Anna Pestritto’s recent death.  She was a valued member and person who will be greatly missed   My sincere sympathies to her family and friends.
 This social isolation gives us lots of time for reading.  I was thinking that members who are interested, could send me titles of books they recommend and I could send a list to our group.  I just finished “Moloka’i” by Alan Brennert.  It was published in 2003 and I picked it up at a book sale and am so happy I did.  It’s a beautifully written historical novel about Hawai’i .and the life and loves of a women who contracts leprosy at an early age.
Once more stay well ans safe.  Kay Sartorius
P. S. I have better luck receiving messages at kayandrolf@roadrunnere.com

 

 

 

 

 

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