Arts Community Service Program

The GFWC Arts Community Service Program is designed to enable members to create and contribute to art education and activities in their communities as participation in the arts helps raise public consciousness and connects members and clubs with their community

Chairman of Arts Community Service Programs: Pam Knox

Whats going on . . . .


BSL Helps Salute Area High School Art Students

BSL will once again partner with Center Place Fine Arts to presented awards to winners of the annual High School Student Art Show on March 9, 2017.  Cash awards and ribbons will be given to the winners in photography, two-dimensional and three-dimensional works.  BSL members will host a reception for Students, their parents, and teachers that includes homemade cookies and soft drinks.

District 8 Arts & Craft Festival

We will be attending the Arts and Craft Festival for District 8 on February 17, 2017.  The event will be for all Junior and General clubs in our district.  Lunch will be served to everyone attending.  After the judging of the arts and crafts everyone will get to view all entries and winners.  It should be a fun-filled District Meeting!.

BSL Partners with Center Place Fine Arts for “Halloween Horrible Parade”

Catch the Halloween Spirits!  October 26, 2012 is the annual Halloween Horrible parade at Center Place Fine Arts.  Anne Paige is chairing this fund event and will be looking for some helpers to distribute goodies to the goblins.  Also, we’ll need to provide those goodies.  So, during the September and October meeting, you will have an opportunity to donate $3 towards the purchase of the treats. This is a great way to get in the Holloween spirit and enjoy the children’s excitement!


The $600 checks to the Art Departments of our six area high schools have been delivered by Bradlee Swanson, President, Glenda Thurow, 2nd Vice President, Pam Knox, Arts CSP Chairman and Ceal Murray, Public Issues Chairman. We were able to see first hand how much good our clubs contributions make to the students each year!