Ten Departments of Murray Woman's Club
For meeting schedules, visit Departmental Meetings. For more information, please contact the Department Chair or Membership Chair.
The focus of this literary department is on all areas of education with topics on areas of education, literature, drama, journalism, and conservation
The CA's chief project is a fall bazaar to which members contribute quality items for sale. A larger aim is personal development in various art forms - through both understanding and creative participation.
The main emphasis of the Delta Department is to promote health. A permanent scholarship has been established for a Nursing student who is interested in working with cancer patients.
This department is responsible for an annual horticulture scholarship and for selecting the much prized "Yard Of The Month."
This department is involved in many areas of interest: Health, education, legal languages, ecology, conservation, family stability as well as food preparation and preservation.
The Kappa's are composed of a diverse group working toward common goals to better the community. They sponsor local organizations known for their philanthropic accomplishments with such fund raisers as the "Tour of Homes" held during the Christmas season.
This department promotes music education and enjoyment. Scholarships are awarded to MSU music students and a middle and high school music contest is held annually. Funding comes from the Spring Musical Show, a highly popular tradition in Murray.
One of the largest departments. Their causes range from education reform and recycling to park renovation. Funding is from Breakfast with Santa. Sigma's do a lot, and have a lot of fun doing it.
This department was organized in 1965 with a top priority to support projects and programs of the Murray Woman's Club with members participating in the upkeep and refurbishing of the Clubhouse.
The Zeta Department, originally formed with varied interests, are active in civic, educational, and cultural pursuits. Their history includes sponsoring the Mental Health Program and continue to fund annual contributions to that worthy cause. MOTTO: "Volunteer Where Needed."