Bexley Women's Club

The Annual House & Garden
Tour Is Quickly Approaching!

Spring is in the air in Central Ohio which means it is time to start preparing for the annual Bexley House and Garden Tour on June 6th, 2021.

While the covid-19 situation is certainly improving, it is not over yet. There are going to be some important changes to the tour this year to ensure a safe and successful event! Learn more on the House & Garden Tour Page.

House & Garden Tour Page
Bexley Women's Club

Join The Bexley Women's Club?

We are an engaged women’s network actively participating in and supporting our community through scholastic and social services since 1935. Our activities are shared by members of all ages across Bexley.

Interested?
Become a Member
  • Meet your neighbors and make new connections.
  • Share in service activities that benefit your community.
  • Help fund scholarships for high school seniors living in Bexley.
  • Get involved with one of our many groups or committees.
June 6, 2021

Annual
House & Garden Tour

The 2021 edition of the Bexley House and Garden celebrates outdoor living. To volunteer, buy tickets, or become a sponsor, visit the House and Garden Tour page.

House & Garden Tour Page
Bexley Women's Club

Our Mission

Community

Bexley Women’s Club is about both service and friendship. We participate in community events through the year and hold regular club gatherings to bring members together. We offer many opportunities to connect, have fun, and make new friends.

Scholarship

Since 1937, Bexley Women’s Club has awarded scholarships every year to deserving students. As of 2020, the Bexley Women’s Club has provided approximately 900 scholarships to high school seniors living in Bexley, totaling almost $550,000.

Social Service

Support for women & their families has always been a priority for Bexley Women’s Club. We work with partners like the YMCA Family Shelter, Bexley’s own Developmental Assets Resource Network (DARN), & Operation Buckeye to fulfill our social service mission.

Bexley Women's Club

2021 Women's Award Recipients

(Pictured From Left to Right)
Bexley Mayor Ben Kessler, Scholastic Award recipient and BWC’s Member of Distinction, Edie Mae Herrel, BWC President Akisa Fukuzawa

Special Service Award (one time)
Dr. Amy Acton nominated by BWC Women’s Award Committee, for her distinct contribution to Ohioans’ public health during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Adult Scholastic Award
Edie Mae Hamilton Herrel nominated by Jane Baldwin,
for her lifetime work on Columbus Junior Theatre of the Arts and Bexley Historical Society.

Adult Social Service Award
Cindy Tyson nominated by Monique Lampke,
for her dedicated work on Bexley City Schools COVID Task Force.

Adult Community Award
Kathy Gatterdam
nominated by Marie Hurt, Gavin Levine, John Koetz, Jan Zupnick, for her longstanding work on Rotary Youth Exchange.

Youth MS Community Service Award
Sydney Swendal nominated by Brooke Wojcik,
for her variety of volunteer work through Bexley Middle School Cheerleading team including Down Syndrome Association’s annual walk.

Youth HS Community Service Award
Meagan Warren nominated by Mark Ritter,
for her numerous hours creating and working on the "Books For Bedtime" project.

Group award (one time)
Women of DARN (Marguerethe Jaede, President) nominated by Ben Kessler, Mayor of Bexley,
for their dedicated work at Developmental Assets Resource Network to help provide desperately needed food and financial support to impacted children and families.

Bexley Women's Club

Featured Website Sponsor

Bexley Women's Club would like to thank all our website sponsors and those that support the Bexley Women's Club and it's Mission of Community, Scholarship, and Social Service.

Bexley Women's Club

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to live in Bexley to be a BWC member?
Do I have to be a woman to be a BWC member?
Am I required to have a recommendation or referrals from current BWC members to join?
What type of membership levels do you have and what benefits can I get by joining BWC?