Congratulations Scholarship Award Winners

from left to right

Alena DeVaughn's mom,

Evelyn Segura, Journey House

Sarah Day, Natalie Scigliano, Alexander Weitzel

Noel Villalobos and Zoe Zawol

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Mission & Purpose

"The purpose for which this organization has been founded is to promote charitable, civic and educational advancement and social activities."

Meeting Schedule

SMWC holds meetings September through May.  During this time, the monthly calendar includes three regularly scheduled meetings:

 Business Meeting and Luncheon 

2nd Wednesdays at 11:00am

 Social Tea

4th Wednesdays at 1:00pm

Board Meetings

1st Wednesdays at 10:00am


SMWC maintains a busy schedule each year, hosting and participating

in a number of Community Events and Club Fundraisers.
The Wistaria Thrift Shop is open to the public September through early June

See Wistaria page

2017-2018 Club Officers
President – Beverly Clifton
First Vice President – Barbara Lampman
Second Vice President – Open
Recording Secretary – Carol Handley
Corresponding Secretary – Mary Jane Baker
Treasurer – Eva Poet
Financial Secretary –Candice Taylor
Auditor – Syivia Harlan
Parliamentarian –  Mary Carney

Board of Directors
Karlene Englert

Elma Flores
Carol Handley
Patricia Woodlin


Each year the members work together to raise funds to provide support Scholarships and Charities.
1) Scholarships are awarded to high school graduates who have been accepted into college, as well as students currently enrolled, and
2)  Small grants are awarded to charitable nonprofit organizations located in the Pasadena/Foothills region.

Sierra madre woman's club

Planning a special event?    Check out the Essick House Rental page

President Emeritus
Betty Mackie, Active

Life Members
Eunice Banis
Phyllis Chapman
Dixie Coutant
Karlene Englert
Elma Flores
Elizabeth Levie
Alma Mays
Betty Mackie
Marilyn McKernan
Anne Montgomery
Elizabeth Levie


Celebrating 110 Years Through Dedication to Service!

Don't miss our famous Brown Bag Sale

June 2nd 9AM-1PM

Club History
Organized in 1907, our club immediately became a vital part of he community.  The original club house, built in 1909, was the focal point of events as the city developed, and we continue to be involved and supportive of many activities in the area.

Much of our effort is dedicated to raising funds for our selected philanthropies in Sierra Madre and neighboring cities and communities.

1907 - SMWC was organized
1909 – became member of California Federation of Women’s Clubs (CFWC)
1913 – Designated as member club in Los Angeles County Area C, San Gabriel Valley District #20

Essick House
SMWC is housed in a beautiful craftsman style home that was built in 1914 by Mr. and Mrs. Newman Essick.  The house is listed in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Guide to Architecture in Southern California.

In the early 1970’s, in a state of neglect, the house was threatened with demolition.  Purchased by the Sierra Madre Woman’s Club, Essick House was restored through a community volunteer effort and furnished with items from the club’s original house.  Since it’s restoration, Essick House has been faithfully maintained by the Woman’s Club as a community meting place and club headquarters.  The Wistaria Thrift Shop is housed in the former garage and workshop.