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By Zara Flores
The San Clemente Woman’s Club will host its Quartermania fundraising event on Saturday, Oct. 12, at the San Clemente Presbyterian Church.
Tickets are $25, and the proceeds will go toward many of its philanthropic projects, including Meals on Wheels and scholarships for seniors at San Clemente High School.
A ticket purchase includes lunch, an opportunity ticket for prizes and a paddle for the auction, the main event.
The SCWC is one of the oldest charitable clubs in San Clemente that began with volunteers at a soup kitchen in 1931. Now, it is a registered club and part of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, an international organization dedicated to community outreach and improvement.
The women of SCWC are dedicated to giving back to their community while building lasting friendships. Their philanthropic projects vary from donating books to the San Clemente High library to donating to the Boys and Girls Club of the South Coast Area and the Military Family Outreach.
The club will also be hosting a free Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Sunday, Oct. 13, starting at the Outlets at San Clemente.
For more information, visit SanClementeWomansClub.org.