Leading the Way

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COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Upcoming Events

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2019 Golf Sponsors

Hole Sponsors

BB&T Main Street Lexington


Caughman Harmon Funeral Home

Dr. Jon D. Smith

Drs. Smith & Robinson PA

First Community Bank Sunset Blvd

First Palmetto Insurance

Honda of Columbia

Marty Rae's of Lexington

M.B. Kahn Construction

Smile Life Dentistry PA

Tidwell Agency

Woodward Cothran & Herndon Southern Shores Dental, LLC

Tent Sponsors

  Safegaurd of Lexington

LWC GIVES BACK

The Beat Goes On, March 2019

  • Lexington  Library
    • Helped retire the mortgage
    • Purchased reference books
    • Bought a copy machine
    • Bought book drop
  • Purchased  a stove in memory of two deceased member for Waiting Room at Baptist Hospital
  • Bought  a Nitrogen Probe for children at Richland Memorial Hospital
  • Bought  a cardio respiration monitor for Lexington Medical Center's Neo-natal Intensive Care Unit.
  • Supported  Camp Kemo
  • Supported  with donations from CIP Projects to the Lexington Inter-Faith Council, now known as Mission Lexington
  • Supported  the Special Olympics
  • Supported  the Council on Aging
  • Established  the Child Care Center of Lexington at the Tech Center
  • Established  the Parent Resource Center at Red Bank Elementary
  • Supported  the Association for the Protection of the Elderly
  • Assisted  with MADD/SADD programs of "Prom Promise" at Lexington High School.
  • Established,  promoted and worked the Vital Video Program...a program of a video and finger printing of area children in case of lost or kidnapping of children.
  • Proceeds  from our "Landmark Recipes" (1st printing 1984-85, 2nd printing 1994) purchased furniture for the Lexington Museum and refurbished the Children's Shelter.
  • Hosted  the Russian Women's Basketball Team when they visited Columbia in 1994.  This was in preparation of their appearance in the 1996 Olympics. They were treated to a ballgame in Atlanta, toured our area, met with Mayor and enjoyed a traditional Thanksgiving feast.
  • Provided  food for the hungry on World Food Day
  • Participated  in the Festival of Trees at Richland Memorial Hospital.


  • Provided  care bags for parents of children in Children's Hospital at Richland Memorial Hospital.
  • Held seasonal  parties at the Hendrix Street Babcock Home for ladies.
  • Participated  and celebrated Arbor Days and Earth Days by planting trees in various locations in our area.
  • Participated  in "Adopt A Family" in the 80's and 90's.
  • In partnership  with the American Cancer Society we helped with The First Lady's Taster's Tea; participated in the "Jail and Bail", and provided models for their Annual Fashion Show.
  • Established  a "Day Lily Garden" and maintained it in the Town of Lexington.  It was later moved to the gardens at Town Hall. We also painted benches and donated a bird bath at the new location.
  • Provided  and hosted refreshments for the Grand Opening of Lexington Town Hall.
  • Held an  "Old Fashion Pounding" for LICS (now Mission Lexington) at Thanksgiving. Holiday  Caroling at Rikard's Nursing Home, now Lexington Extended Care.
  • Have hosted  the receptions for adult GED graduates for over a decade.
  • Participated  in "Adopt A Highway" on Pilgrim Church Road for over a decade.
  • Filed  an audio slide tour of the Lexington Museum entitled "Homespun Heritage."
  • Organized  and provided funds to help build the "Veterans Monument" in the Town of Lexington.
  • Provided  funds for the erection of the K-9 Corps Monument in honor of the dogs in service during wartime.
  • Provided  funds for the "Homework Center" at the Lexington Main Library, including computers and other equipment.
  • Provided  funds and assistance in establishing the ESOL (Support for English Speakers of other Languages) program.
  • Provided  food for workers of Habitat for Humanity.

  • Provided  refreshments for the International Students at USC for decades.
  • Fed participates  and made contributions to Dream Riders.
  • Raised  funds to provide Chef's Aprons for graduates of the Lexington Sheriff's Department's Inmate Culinary Arts Program.
  • Provided  hats, caps and scarves for the women undergoing chemotheraphy.
  • Provided  "Pink Bags of Hope" to patients undergoing chemo treatments at South Carolina Oncology Associates and Lexington Oncology.
  • Provided  landscaping for Lexington Children's Shelter.
  • Provided  art supplies for Art Classes at Lexington District 1 schools.
  • Acknowledged  Teachers, Bus Drivers and Employees of Lexington School District 1 during American Education Week.
  • Provided  scholarships to area students of Lexington School District 1 for decades.  These include those seniors entering the fields of education and medicine. Additional scholarships include the Hugh O'Brian (HOBY) Leadership Program, as well as one to Girl's State.
  • Distributed  new pajamas to three women and children shelters.
  • Provided  funding to establish the Mobile Mammography Unit at Lexington Medical Center to assist those who could not afford a mammogram or those who could go to a location to have one.
  • Funded  the Sexual Trauma of the Midlands and assisted in their Open House events.
  • Supported  and funded the establishment and maintenance of Samaritan's Well.
  • Provided  funds for maintenance of the Central Midlands Transitional Retreat.
  • Provided  funds for the establishment and maintenance of the Chris Myers Children's Home.

THESE  ARE NOT, BY FAR, ALL OF THE WORK THAT LEXINGTON WOMAN'S CLUB HAS ACCOMPLISHED IN OUR COMMUNITY.  OUR WORK, LIKE THE BEAT, GOES ON...

Past Events

Golf Tournaments

Adult Education Receptions

Woman of Distinction