Welcome! We are so glad you stopped by to visit us! The Chattahoochee Woman’s Club, formerly known as the Alpharetta Junior Woman’s Club, is a very active volunteer organization in North Fulton County. We hope you enjoy browsing our website and invite you to come see us at our general meetings every first Tuesday of the Month. We welcome all ladies 21 and over who would like to give back to their community and the world.

Putting together our scaredog for the Alpharetta Scarecrow Harvest Festival – our salute to service dogs is now installed on the corner of Milton Ave. and Canton St.

CWC Member Marisa Owens and daughter

All the ice cream you can eat and it was all homemade drew thousands of people from all over the region to Historic Roswell Town Square for an ice cream social to benefit The Drake House on Sunday afternoon. It was time for the 8th annual Miss Mary's Ice Cream Crankin', and local businesses, civic organizations and churches were out in force with tubs of the frozen treats with many flavors.

The local organizations provided sponsorships for the privilege of making homemade ice cream and giving out scoops in the afternoon, while families paid $20 each and individuals $5 to get to enjoy all the ice cream, music and a Kids' Korner complete with the requisite inflatable bounce house and face painting.                              

At our March 2012 meeting, the Chattahoochee Woman’s Club made tutus for the upcoming Angelina Ballerina recital for their performance of Beauty and the Beast. The girls all looked lovely and performed beautifully, capping off another year of ballet lessons taught by club members Jennifer Geck, Kim Zulauf, and others.

At the Chattahoochee Woman’s Club first meeting of the new year, our focus was on children going back to school.  Our hands-on project was to fill 10 backpacks with school supplies – paper, pens, pencils, scissors, index cards, etc.  The backpacks were donated to the North Fulton Community Charities Back-to-School Health and Wellness Fair of 2012.  If anyone has supplies they want to donate, please check out their web site here:


"Wild Night for Women" event coordinators Marisa Owens (on the left) and Kellie Griffin (on the right)

Angelina Ballerina Project

Here’s a photo of our Angelina Ballerina scarecrow that we created at our September meeting for the City of Alpharetta's Scarecrow Harvest. She was given a wonderful location right on Highway 9 across from City Hall at the Wells Fargo bank.

Meet our new member: April! A Service Dog in training!

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