On this page, you will find five great reasons to become a ROWC member along with information about the application process and our association with the General Federation of Women's Clubs.

Make new friends.
Develop leadership skills.
Utilize your talents to their fullest.
Increase your knowledge.
Assist in community improvement.

For information about our Meet & Greet on September 27, 2017,

please download our flyer in PDF format (168k) or

contact Lisa Breuer at lbreuer248@gmail.com or 248-854-0766.

Consider joining the ROWC! Interested women must attend one or more regular Club meetings. Club meetings are routinely held at noon on the first Monday of each month at the ROWC Clubhouse, however we also schedule two evening Club meetings each year as well.

We also encourage you to attend a meeting of one of the groups that make up the ROWC general membership. Group meetings occur throughout the month and in the daytime as well as in the evening.
Your proposed membership must be endorsed by two active members who have been members for a year or more. The Club will accept a transfer of membership from any Federated Club upon the presentation of a letter of recommendation.

Due to our busy lives, some members can only attending daytime or evening meetings and events. The ROWC assures you that we can accommodate your busy schedule and welcome your inquiry.

For more information on applying, please contact:
Sylvia Sopata at rowcmembership@gmail.com or 248-588-5431.

The General Federation of Women's Clubs, one of the world's largest and oldest nonpartisan, nondenominational, women's volunteer service organizations, was founded in 1890 and chartered by the 56th United States Congress in 1901. Headquartered in a National Historic Landmark building in Washington, DC, GFWC has a long history of philanthropy, social and political advocacy, and community leadership.

More than 100,000 members in affiliated clubs in every state and more than a dozen countries work in their own communities to support the arts, preserve natural resources, advance education, promote healthy lifestyles, encourage civic involvement, and work toward world peace and understanding.

• Visit the GFWC Web site.
• Visit the Michigan General Federation of Women’s Clubs Web site.