Woman's Club of Elizabethtown hosting annual fundraiser breakfast – Elizabethtown News Enterprise

Woman's Club of Elizabethtown hosting annual fundraiser breakfast – Elizabethtown News Enterprise

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Partly cloudy. High 76F. Winds S at 5 to 10 mph..
Partly to mostly cloudy. Low 57F. Winds S at 5 to 10 mph.
Updated: October 11, 2022 @ 6:53 am

Shoppers on their way to the Glendale Crossing Festival or residents looking for a hearty breakfast Saturday can get one courtesy of the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown.
The club is hosting its annual Harvest Breakfast from 7 to 11 a.m. at the Hardin County Cooperative Extension Service, club First Vice President Diane McCamish said.
“I hope people will turnout,” she said. “It’s a good time to come and then go to Glendale.”
The club will serve country ham, biscuits, apples and eggs with orange juice and coffee, McCamish said.
She anticipates a good crowd for one of the club’s fundraisers.
“We have a good crowd usually,” she said. “It will probably be a good crowd this year because it’s a year when people are running for office.”
The event also will offer homemade baked goods and other items for sale at the club’s country store.
“In our country store, we have a lot of ladies contribute homemade cakes and other goodies,” McCamish said, adding other items available for purchase.
With the annual tea coming in the winter, McCamish said it and the Harvest Breakfast are two ways the club raises money to support community initiatives.
“This is a special event that is a major fundraiser for our club,” she said. “The proceeds will be used to support worthwhile community projects.”
Some of those include nonprofits such as CASA of the Heartland, the Community Health Clinic, Hardin County Public Library and Warm Blessings Community Kitchen and scholarships for students attending Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.
“We have been in existence since, I think, 1904 and ever since we’ve been an organization, the main goal is to help the community,” she said, adding the club helped establish the community’s first public library. “We’ve really been an organization that really wants to help people.”
McCamish said the club is a conduit for women to become involved in their community.
“Our goal is not only to make funds for the community, our goal is to get every member to participate on some level in something that we do,” she said. “We just want to have everybody working together.”
Tickets, which are $10 per person and children younger than 10 are $4, can be purchased at the door, McCamish said.
“They can come in and eat in, drive thru and carry out,” she said. “If you go to the back of the Extension office, there’s a nice drive-thru there.”
The Extension office is at 111 Opportunity Way in Elizabethtown.
To purchase advanced tickets, call McCamish at 270-506-2624 or club treasurer Renu Shah at 270-300-6428.
Gina Clear can be reached at 270-505-1418 or [email protected].
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