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Phone (864) 226-7576     809 West Market Street Anderson,  SC  29624
    What the ACWC does...
The Anderson County Woman's Club (ACWC) was formed in 1971 by the leaders of several women's organizations from throughout Anderson County.  ACWC is a Non-profit 501(c)3 organization.  Its main purposes are to foster and encourage the educational, literary, cultural, and civic growth in Anderson County and to preserve and maintain the Marshall Orr House. 

ACWC provides scholarships at Anderson University and Tri-County Technical College.  Each year,  ACWC chooses two areas of community service in which to participate within the county's borders.

In addition to community service opportunities, ACWC provides an array of social get-togethers for members and their friends throughout the year including: monthly catered luncheons, fashion shows, coffees, teas, after-hour socials, bridge parties and craft workshops.  Many of these activities feature guest speakers and entertainers.  During the summer months there are special events such as garden club tours, old-fashion ice cream socials and barbecues. 

There are numerous volunteer opportunities to serve as an ACWC Officer or on the various committees that oversee the operation of the club and the Marshall Orr House.

For more information please phone us at:
 (864) 226-7576 Monday or Thursday 
between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. 
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