Arley Women's Club

Arley Women’s Club gives thanks with luncheon


The Walker Area Community Foundation was honored with a plague from the Arley Women's Club for being a community partner. Shown from left, are Robbin Reed Allen, chairman of the board for the WACF, Beth Stukes, board member, Barbara Wills, Arley Women's Club president and Paul Kennedy, president of the WACF.
ARLEY - Donors have been the life’s blood of the Arley Women’s Club, and those donors were thanked in a big way recently.

Arley Women's Club receives grant


Front row, from left, Barb Wills, Arley Women’s Club president and Robert Tidwell, Cullman Electric Board Chairman and District 3 representative. Middle row, from left, Sheila Sizemore, District 2 representative; Lisa Weeks, District 5 representative and Lynda Carter, at-large representative. Back row, from left, Chad Alexander, District 8 representative; J. David Hembree, District 7 representative; Daryl Calvert, District 6 representative and Phillip Garrison, District 1 representative.
ARLEY - The Arley Women's Club recently received a $2,500 grant from Cullman Electric Cooperate and Co-Bank.

Empty Bowls moved to February


Members of the Arley Women's Club are shown making bowls as part of an ongoing project in preparation for the Empty Bowls event which has been moved to February, 2022. From left, Kathy Kuntz, Mim Kuntz, Barbara Willis, Audra Kelly and Gail Pisani. They are pictured at the pottery workshop located at Meek Schools. (Courtesy photo)
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Organizers of the annual Empty Bowls dinner benefitting both the Winston County Arts Council and Main Street Ministries have waited nearly two years for the event to celebrate its 10th anniversary.

Orders being taken for smoked hams for Easter

ARLEY - Just in time for Easter, smoked ham orders are currently being taken, with all proceeds to benefit the Arley Women's Club.

The hams must be pre-ordered by Friday, March 26, and will be available for pickup on Friday, April 2, from 3-5 p.m. at the Arley Community Center.  To place an order, call (205) 387-2612 and leave a message or send a text to (205) 489-9405.

Walker Area Foundation spreads Christmas cheer through grants


The Arley Women’s Club will purchase a sensory dome for Hamner Park with funds granted from the Walker Area Community Foundation. Shown in the discovery cave at the park is Laura Ulz, chairwoman of the park committee. Standing from left are Terre Sutherland and Barbara Wills, president of the AWC.
WINSTON COUNTY - For the greater good is the mission for many non-profit agencies, and local ones are benefiting from the generosity of a Walker County organization, which are in turn helping the public.

Big plans announced for Arley Day on May 16


Members of the Arley Women’s Club plan this year’s Arley Day. Left to right, sitting are Jonna Bailey, Montie Pafford and Nancy Carlisle. Standing are Mary Wynder, Carolyn Blanton, Cindy Bryant, Jane Shirah, Laurie McGriff, Ara Loftis and Joni Owens.
ARLEY - Are you ready for summer? Members of the Arley Women’s Club sure are and have been working toward Arley’s gateway to summer: the annual Arley Day Festival. Organized and presented by the AWC, Arley Day is in its 47th year. Plans have already begun, and the event looks to be the best yet. Save the date: Saturday, May 16, and get ready to begin the summer off right.