About Us

A Look Back
In March of 2001, five women, Kathie Cardon, Gisela Ferrell, Jackie McCann, Barbara Szymanski, and Mary Lee Thompson met to establish a social organization for the women of Magnolia Point. Over the years this group of five has grown to over 225 women and has become an organization that not only enjoys a rich social life but also volunteers our services in the local community and sponsors many fundraising events in support of our multiple charities.

MPWC Founders
Gisela Ferrell, Jackie McCann, Kathie Cardon,
Mary Lee Thompson, and Barbara Szymanski

We provide interesting monthly speakers, a book club, day trips and numerous opportunities for our members to use their talents by serving on one of our volunteer committees. Some of the social activities and programs we have had in the past include:

  • A tour of the Christmas Spectacular at the Stetson Mansion
  • Arts & Crafts Fairs
  • Luminary Night events
  • Holiday Home Tour
  • Musical groups
  • Guest speakers presenting the history of GCS, Exploritus (formerly Elder Hostel), growing herbs, holiday decorating, gardening, travel, photography, health, and personal care
  • Participation in Reinhold Foundation leadership seminars

Our Membership team personally welcomes each new resident to Magnolia Point and shares community information with them. The women are provided with information regarding the Women’s Club and invited to attend our meetings.
Each year members accrue many volunteer hours on various projects, conducting food drives for the Food Pantry, collecting donations for the Safe Animal Shelter, mentoring children, walking for breast cancer and diabetes. Through our Christmas Luminary Night event, the sale of directory ads and other fund-raising activities we have over the years contributed to the following causes:

Scholarships for Clay High School Senior Girls Blessings in a Backpack 
(now Maggie's Meals)
Camp I Am Special
Clay High School Scholarships
Clay County Literacy Coalition
Community Hospice
All the Green Cove Springs Schools
The Clay County Rescue Mission
Outreach Program at Sacred Heart
Quigley House
Salvation Army Bell Ringing
Take Stock in Children
Waste Not, Want Not
Way Free Medical Clinic
Thrasher-Horne Friend
Hope Therapy

We warmly invite all women residents and property/lot owners in Magnolia Point Golf & Country Club and non-residents who are members of the Magnolia Point G&CC to join our club. We meet at 3:30pm the second Wednesday of the month at the clubhouse. In addition, several special activities and events are planned throughout the year. The annual membership fee is $25.


Connections: Make lasting friendships that will move with you through all of life’s changes.

Service: Volunteer with friends to help our community grow stronger. One-time or long-term opportunities abound at the Woman’s Club.

Enrichment: Classes, day trips, speakers and special events provide lifelong learning and will help you grow personally and professionally.

Leadership: Leadership development and nonprofit board opportunities are available through participation as a member of the Board of Directors or as a Committee Chairman.

Social: What a great opportunity to get to know your neighbors in a friendly, social atmosphere, whether it be before, during or after the meetings. And don’t forget those special social event get-a-ways to the community theatre performances, Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts and other entertainment/ sightseeing venues.

If you are interested and would like to learn more, please contact:

Jola Greiner 404-273-0181

Kim Belcher 770-880-6731

Membership Chairmen