Worthington Women's Club
Founded 1932


Entrance Marker located at Rte 161 and Morning St.
Four Village entrance markers were donated by WWC in the 1940's.


Worthington Women’s Club     …a garden of friendship

The Club was founded in 1932 to promote friendship among members, provide opportunities to participate in organized interest groups and in the social and civic affairs of the community. There are 27 interest groups ranging from Armchair Travelers to Scrabble Players, including Bowling, Book Croups, Mah-Jongg, Bird Watching, Art Study and many others. The Club makes yearly contributions to selected Worthington area organizations such as the Resource Center and Food Pantry, Library, Historical Society, McConnell Art Center, etc. We are not affiliated with any church or other organization.

An open invitation is extended to all women having an interest in Worthington. We encourage you to visit us as a guest of a member or as a walk-in guest. We meet on the fourth Tuesday of September, October (October 30th this year), January, February, March and April at the Worthington United Methodist Church, 600 High Street, Worthington, Ohio. Please join us for fun and friendship!

Mary Ellen Rittel, President
Worthington Women’s Club
 
"I shall plant a garden of friendship here and pluck from it flowers of love and servce which never fade"
WWC creed