6:00 p.m. on the 1st Thursday
of each month (except July and December)

The First Baptist Church of Morrow
1647 Lake Harbin Road
Morrow, Georgia 30260

5:30 p.m. – Social Time
6:00 p.m. – Meeting


October 5, 2023

Andrea Lane Memorial Scholarship   

Congratulations to Mei-Li Ling as the recipient of the scholarship for 2023!


It’s Pecan Time!

Contact any MCWC member to purchase some delicious pecans!


Jennie Award Recipient

Peggy Wilson

The GFWC Jennie Award honors one clubwoman from each GFWC Region for outstanding commitment to club, community, and family. They are chosen by their clubs to compete at state, region, and national levels for their outstanding personal commitment to club, community, and family. Congratulations Peggy!

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State Convention 2023



Cleaning Clayton’s 7 Cities

On Saturday, April 29, members of the GFWC GA Morrow Civic Woman’s Club (MCWC) participated in “Cleaning Clayton’s 7 Cities Initiative” in partnership with the Walking in Authority Teen Council (WIATC) and their Executive Director, Sparkle Adams. Litter was picked up at the Morrow site, which began by City Hall. MCWC presented Renee Saunders Knight, City of Morrow Council Member and Mayor Pro Tem, a MCWC shirt that she wore as did the four club members. MCWC helped register participants and were adult leaders for the teens’ groups. It was a great day!


MCWC helps students at Pleasant Grove Elementary School for Kite Day in observance of GA STEM Day. 

MCWC attends the GA Coalition Against Domestic Violence (GCADV) ” Stand with Survivors” at the State Capitol.



MCWC meets with GFWC Legislation/Public Policy Chair Juliet Casper. 

Little Dresses For Africa


WHRC State Winner

International: Wells for Hope

Follow Majok on Facebook on his journey back to South Sudan

You can learn more about Wells for Hope at their website


In March, MCWC joined Majok Marier and other Lost Boys of Sudan in a Walk for Water to raise awareness and money for the Wells for Hope foundations. Wells for Hope builds wells in South Sudan. Without the wells, women and girls must walk four to six miles one way each day for fresh, clean water for their families. After providing clean water and sanitation, Wells for Hope plans to start a clinic.

Majok on World Water Day installed a water well in Luelpanang, South Sudan. Everyone is super happy with this, as it reaches people who are about 25 miles east of Rumbek, a large town in Lakes State area of the country, a very underdeveloped part of the world that was without access to clean water.


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