First Posted: 8/16/2012 9:20:51 PM | Last Updated: 8/16/2012 9:21:24 PM
WEST LAFAYETTE -- Greater Lafayette Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting event in honor of the Purdue Women’s Club on Thursday, Aug. 16 at the John T. Myers Pedestrian Bridge.
The Purdue Women’s Club has been supporting the community for the past ninety years as a social and philanthropic organization. With nearly five hundred members, the club has over thirty-seven interest groups that are bound to spark any one’s interests.
The interests include antiques, crafts, book clubs, international culture, travel in Indiana, wine tasting, golf, writing, and much more. Each interest purpose is to promote intellectual interests and provide the opportunity for association among their members.
The club’s emphasizes that you don’t have to have a connection to Purdue in order to join, just an interest in Purdue and Greater Lafayette are welcome and invited to join. Their goal is to bring members of similar interests together to provide opportunities for activities and friendship. To find more information about becoming a member, visit http://www.purduewomensclub.org/.
About Greater Lafayette Commerce: Headquartered at 337 Columbia St. in Lafayette, Greater Lafayette Commerce, whose roots go back nearly 85 years, is a nonprofit membership organization supported by local industries and governments. Its mission is to advance economic and community prosperity for a superior quality of life.