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The Woman’s Club of Zephyrhills

Members of The Woman’s Club of Zephyrhills pose together with their bee headbands, which is part of their motto to ‘Bee Kind.’ (Mike Camunas)

In their latest piece for The Laker/Lutz News, staff writer Mike Camunas reports on The Woman’s Club of Zephyrhills and their work within the community. Founded 107 years ago in act of service to Pasco County’s largest municipality, the club is actually a branch of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs that was established back in 1889.

“Bee kind — that’s our theme,” said Emily Keene, the club’s recording secretary. “Be kind, be generous, be happy. All those be’s, all of them, are part of every woman here and what brings them here. There are all walks of life (in this club), and they come to this club because they want to provide services to this community that make a difference,” said Keene, a member of the club for eight years.”

Read more on The Laker/Lutz News here.

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