The McKnight Women's Club organizes community activities, sponsors summer recreational programs for our children, and works with the McKnight Village Civic Association in neighborhood improvements. The objective of this organization is to promote social and philanthropic work in the community.
Please note that although we meet at a United Methodist Church, the McKnight Women's Club is not associated with any particular church. We do however consider ourselves a non-denominational Christian womens group, and we begin each meeting with a prayer. We are over 100 women who work together to help improve the local community and together we are a force greater than our individual parts.
The McKnight Women's Club runs on a September to August calendar, so it is the perfect time to join or renew your membership.
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Easy Way to Support the McKnight Women's Club
Register your Perks card at Mihelic's Shop N Save on Rochester Road, and the Women Club will earn points every time you shop! This does not affect your Perks or Prices, it just helps the business know where you want them to make donations. This summer we received a generous check thanks to those who already registered. Download the form here and turn it in next time you visit Shop N Save.
Run for the Rec 2021 5k Overall Women's Winner
Run for the Rec 2021 5k Overall
Meet the MWC 2021 Scholarship Recipient
Alexis Rose, daughter of Cathy and Chris Rose, has been selected as the recipient of the 2021 McKnight Women’s Club Scholarship. Alexis attends North Hills High School where she has earned either High Honors or Highest Honors since 2017. She participates in several clubs and organizations at the school, including German National Honors Society, Photography Club, Symphonic and Chamber Orchestras among others. In addition to her activities at school, Alexis has volunteered in the Village and through her mission trips with Memorial Park Church. She helped to repair homes in North Carolina that were destroyed by Hurricane Michael. Alexis helped with the National Honors Society clean up day in West View as well as several day-long volunteer trips to the Repurposed Store on McKnight Road. Repurposed is a thrift store that helps to raise awareness of human trafficking globablly and provides critical, financial support to these efforts. Alexis has a passion for giving back to her community and the world through volunteer work. Alexis will be attending the College of Wooster in the fall and plans to study Political Science.
Congratulations and best wishes to Alexis and everyone in the class of 2021!
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