In the News

January, 2020

Southport Woman's Club Donates to The Harper Library
Club members pose with a representative from Friends of the Library and the Librarian along with the many books purchased by the Club. 


Southport Woman’s Club Celebrates Healthy Hearts

Members of the Southport Woman’s Club recently donned red garb to show support for the American Heart Association and their February campaign to promote awareness of heart disease and strokes, especially in women. The Club encourages everyone to learn more, get involved, and take action to embrace heart-healthy choices. You can contact the American Heart Association or for further information. 

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Club member and Scholarship Chairwoman, Mary Beth Losch,  congratulates  South Brunswick senior, Hunter Creek, the 2020 Sallie Southall Cotten Scholarship recipient, Hunter Creek.

Hunter will be attending Appalachian State in Boone, NC in August.

Congratulations Hunter!

Club Women in Action

Members of the Southport Woman's Club recently attended a series of self-defense classes at Trinity United Methodist Church.  The classes were offered by First Sergeant T.K. Nowell of the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office.  Sergeant Nowell geared the sessions to issues and moves more appropriate for women. Sergeant Nowell was accompanied by Boulder, a canine member of the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office who often attends educational programs with Sgt. Nowell and whose presence can often bring comfort and calm to victims in stressful or crisis situations.

SWC Members standing left to right: Marilyn Lessin, Audrey Daigler, Rose Tiani, Ann Worley, Cheryl Deans, Trudy Wells, Joanne Trogdon, Lee Maxwell, and Debbie Parker.  Kneeling:  Instructor Sgt. T.K. Nowell and Boulder, the Comfort Dog