Winner of the First Hazel Whitaker Vandenberg Award!

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This is Ruby Fuentes. She is the very first winner of the Hazel Whitaker Vandenberg Award! Ruby was homeschooled until this year when she came to Union High School as a junior. Her winning entry was an essay about her friend Alexandria who was an inspiration in her life. She met Alexandria at the Roanoke Ranch for Kids in Lowell where they both volunteered. Ruby has been so influenced by this experience that she would like to attend Michigan State to pursue a psychology degree and eventually become an Equine Therapist.

Congratulations Ruby!

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Women’s City Club is a private social club for women of all ages, backgrounds, and interests. The Club was founded in 1924 by a group of forward-thinking women seeking to create a club in which they could meet socially and professionally. For decades the Club has engaged and celebrated women through community and education, offering our members a unique avenue for personal growth and fellowship.

I need to do something for myself. That’s why I chose the Women’s City Club.
— Joan Cornelison
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The Mission of the Club is: to promote educational, civic and social activities through study, community service and friendly associations. Memberships are available for individuals.

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