|Club officers for 2008-2009 are linked.
||SWC members are linked to help the club.
||Evening of Sweet Jazz sign in table.
||SWC members enjoy an evening of Sweet Jazz.
|The 2007-2008 Executive Board Installation
||SWC members attend the installation of officers, June 2007.
|Wendy joins OFWC President Booze at the Memorial Shrine.
||Wendy helps plant a tree at the Memorial Shrine.
|OFWC's Memorial Shrine in honor of Ohio's war dead.
||Convention 2006 attendees Wendy, Katie and Audrey.
|Katie joins the 1920 flappers at Convention for Lake Erie District.
||Katie presents Wendy with her Blue Book Certificate at Pioneer Luncheon.
|Member Judge Wanda speaks about her court, March 2006.
||President Audrey presides at a meeting.
|Member Wilma and Black History information, February 2006.
||Wilma displays her authentic African garb.
|SWC newest member and her mentor.
||Club members who presented holiday stories, December 2005.
|SWC new members and their mentors.
||President Audrey introduces the newest member to her mentor.
|SWC members Lori and Cathy volunteer at Stratford Commons.
||Lisa helps at Make a Difference Day, October 2005.
|Wendy sets up for the Gift of Life Walk.
||Sock collecting for the homeless is no laughing matter.
|The Solon Women's Club Clean up Solon crew.
||SWC members aboard the RED truck for Home Days.
|Lucky, the adopted cat.
||Poocher, our dowry success.|
| 2005 President Audrey.
||SWC Past Presidents gather at a meeting in May.
|Past presidents of SWC.
||Past presidents of SWC.
|SWC members help out at the
Solon Senior Olympics, Spetember 2003. (l to r) Audrey, Miki, Eileen Regan - Director of the Solon Senior Center, and Cathy.
|Solon Women's Club members, Prema and Audrey, helping |
out at the Gift of Life Walk in August 2003.
|Fashion Show in the 90's
||Fashion models at show also in the 90's.
|Recycle Queen Kelly.
||Wendy all wrapped up for Lake Erie District.
|Members volunteered to freshen up a women's shelter.
||SWC in their finest Indian garb for convention.
|Remembering Margaret Boling.
||Remembering Pearl Wilson.