Get To Know The Women’s Club Of Costa Rica With These February 2013 Events
Meet the motivated, energetic women who have been providing scholarships, creating public school libraries and supplying textbooks to Costa Rican students for dozens of years.
Two diverse opportunities to engage with them while enjoying one of our annual
Tuesday - February 11, 2013
for a Morning of Physical and Mental Stretching with an Active
Demonstration of Tai Chi
followed by coffee and terrific munchies.
If you live in the Heredia/Cariari areas (extending from Heredia to Alajuela, Belen, Cariari, Grecia, Atenas), this active morning will be
held at the Taoist Tai Chi Center in the heart of Heredia.
2-268-3748 for directions and more information.
Saturday - February 16, 2013
Wine and Cheese afternoon
will be hosted in the Ciudad Colon area
for members, friends, and neighbors in Santa Ana/Escazú zones.
Another opportunity to find out more about the supportive work accomplished by The Women’s Club and to enjoy a relaxing afternoon meeting interesting and active women in these neighborhoods.
8-369-7992 • GraceWCCR@gmail.com for directions and more information.
We invite you to attend either of these
and to visit our website
WOMEN'S CLUB OF COSTA RICA
The Women’s Club of Costa Rica (WCCR) which has been active for 70 years serving local communities and especially raising LOTS of $$ for scholarships!! They are an English speaking group and beginner level English is welcome.
WCCR is a Philanthropic Organization supporting education, primarily through scholarships and development of school libraries for children of Costa Rica.
They promote Friendship through Service and social events such as neighborhood teas, lunches, mini-fundraisers, dinners and other themed events, plus major fundraisers.
Their friendship mission is accomplished by welcoming new women into the community and introducing them to their fascinating variety of members.
They raise a LOT of money for scholarships to help some of the best students in Costa Rica that don't have the means!!! Past WCCR projects have included the first mammogram machine in Costa Rica, and the development of an award winning program to raise awareness of domestic abuse.
Know any women living in Costa Rica - or thinking to move here? Please share this link with them!