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Founder and First President

The Woman's Club of Keystone Heights has an extensive history in our community. First founded in 1924, we are proud to be the oldest club in Keystone Heights! In less than a year, the club had quickly outgrown its location. 


A lot was purchased from the Community Church and a larger building was used as a Community Center for 37 years. This building also housed and staffed the first Public Library in Keystone Heights. In 1962, a fire completely demolished this building, and the lot was sold back to Community Church which then provided interim space for club meetings. Our present-day clubhouse was built in 1968 on land was donated by H.T. Williams & Charles Oliver and built by Triest Construction. Our current land was the previous location of the Chautauqua Opera House.  

Second Clubhouse that burned

In 2022, the Junior club was re-established as a way to bring in our ladies that work and are unable to attend events during the day. The Juniors, as affectionally called, came in with big plans and fresh perspectives. Revitalizing the clubhouse was the first order of business! These working mothers, teachers, nurses, entrepreneurs, and many other professionals came together to paint, peel wallpaper, scrub clean, pressure wash, trim trees and clear overgrowth along with so much more. We are excited to offer the rental of our beloved facility for our community to create their own special memories.  Wedding receptions, baby showers, birthday and retirement parties and so much more are just a few examples of events we have had the honor to host. 

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