Grand Valley State University. Women's Club
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Abstract The University Club was established in 1963 for the purpose of offering social, informational, and enrichment activities for its members, families and special friends. Membership is open to active and retired faculty and staff of the University, to immediate family members, and to persons who have been significant supporters of the University or the club. Activities include a wide range of programs for members and their families. University Club members have automatic membership in the ...
Abstract The Grand Valley Women's Club was an informal organization established to serve the interests of women in the Grand Valley community. The wife of the President, Nancy Lubbers, was the honorary President of the club. The goals of the group were to foster community, provide social opportunities, assist newcomers in becoming established, and sponser a student scholarship.The files document the activities of the club and its membership. They include programs for 1974, 1975, and 1976, schedules of ...