Decluttering tips offered Elgin Woman's Club March 7 luncheon

  • At the next meeting of the Elgin Woman's Club, Cindy Palm will share her passion for minimizing in "Decluttering: Living a Life With Less" March 7.

    At the next meeting of the Elgin Woman's Club, Cindy Palm will share her passion for minimizing in "Decluttering: Living a Life With Less" March 7. Daily Herald Archives

 
Submitted by Elgin Woman’s Club
Posted2/24/2020 10:18 PM

The Elgin Woman's Club will hold its next program and luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, March 7, at Villa Olivia Country Club, Route 20 and Naperville Road in Bartlett.

The program will feature the presentation "Decluttering: Living a Life With Less" by local author and speaker Cindy Palm. She will share her passion for minimizing.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Rita Corbett, club president, along with Elgin Woman's Club committee chairs, will serve as hostesses for the meeting.

Since the club was founded in 1887, Elgin Woman's Club members have supported hundreds of local projects including yearly scholarships to students from Elgin Area School District U-46 high schools and their major accomplishment -- the founding of Sherman Hospital in 1888. In addition, members serve as volunteers at agencies throughout the Elgin area and are active in recycling, conservation, women's health, international affairs and many other projects.

Cost for the luncheon and program is $20, payable by check or cash the day of the meeting.

Members and guests are asked to make reservations by calling or texting (630) 240-2192 by Monday, March 2. Women interested in receiving more information about Elgin Woman's Club may also call the hotline.

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