Milton Women’s Club Makes Valentine’s Day Smiles Happen

Milton Women's Club Makes Valentine's Day Smiles Happen

Milton Women’s Club Makes Valentine’s Day Smiles Happen


For members of the Milton Women’s Club, making Valentine’s Day cards is their favorite annual activity.

COVID-19 restrictions haven’t stopped them from bringing smiles to others in the community. An overwhelming majority of members voted to continue the tradition of making holiday cards this year.

More than 300 individually designed Valentine’s Day cards were distributed to community residents through organizations including Meals on Wheels Lewes-Rehoboth, PeachTree Health Group – Brain Injury Rehabilitation, CHEER’s Sand Hill Adult Day Program, Salvation Army Developmently Disabled Program, and People’s Place group home. girl.

To minimize contact, club member Mary Kay Williams made individual Valentine’s Day kits, which included blank note cards with envelopes, assorted holiday papers, and Valentine’s Day decorations, and kept them available in a porch basket . Members have a week to unleash their creativity. When done, put the card back in its bag and it’s ready for delivery.

While all members enjoyed the event this year, they hope to meet in person next year to share this fun activity together.

The Milton Women’s Club is a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, one of the oldest and largest women’s service organizations in the world, dedicated to improving communities through volunteerism. Each club sets its own agenda and works on projects and programs that meet the specific needs of its community.

To learn more about the Milton Women’s Club, visit or Facebook.

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