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Address: PO Box 42114, Cincinnati, OH 45242

Organized in 1952, the Montgomery Woman's Club remains dedicated to community service and to the promotion of cultural and environmental endeavors within the local area. For details on Montgomery Woman's Club activities click on banner segments above.

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New members are always welcome.



Movers & Makers
City of Montgomery
Montgomery Chamber of Commerce
North East Welcomers
Cincinnati Fisher House
Building Blocks for Kids
Dragonfly Foundation






 *Luncheon and Fashion Show: May 12th, 2018 at Manor House, Mason.

 *For information and reservations click on the Reservations Form: Print from there.   

 *Supporting Dragonfly Foundation this year 

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Now announcing the 2018-2019 series. Full details to follow.


Want to buy tickets for these lecture? Tickets of your choice, for Wednesday or Thursday, just a click away from here

See information on this and past series on our Town Hall webpage

Proceeds from these series support the Club's Scholarships program.


RoseCheck our Facebook page for future offers fron Freddy's. Typical older flyer below. So kind of 'Freddy's Steakburgers' to support MWC with a giveback program!

Local restuarants at Amelia, Milford, Red Bank and West Chester.


TH LogoThe 2017-2018 Town Hall final lecture: John Meacham.



John Meacham Wed April 11th and Thurs April 12th, 2018

Jon Ellis Meacham is executive editor and executive vice president at Random House. He is a former editor-in-chief of Newsweek, a contributing editor to Time magazine, editor-at-large of WNET, and a commentator on politics, history, and religious faith in America. He won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography for American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House.

His most recent President’s biography is of George H W Bush: ‘Destiny and Power: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush’. Meacham’s biography of President Bush was named one of the ten best books of the year by The Washington Post and one of the best books of the year by The New York Times Book Review, Time, National Public Radio, and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

 He is currently at work on a biography of James and Dolley Madison. Other books are shown on his website



  RosePrograms: See all 2017-2018 programs on Programs page.  

NEXT UP: March 15th -Program to be announced.




Recent Events from 2017-2018 year


RoseNovember 4th Fluffing day for downtown Montgomery

               See the workers!


RoseNovember 6th Decorating day for downtown Montgomery

               See the workers again!


Rose October 21st 2017: Successful Vendor and Artisan Market: see webpage for more detail

Venue: Sycamore Presbyterian Church, 11800 Mason Road, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45249


Events from 2016-2017

Rose4th of July 2017 parade(click for pdf) though City of Montomery



RoseLetter from Sycamore High School re support from MWC for Prom, May 13th 2017.


Montgomery Woman’s Club -


On behalf of the Sycamore High School’s After Prom Committee, I would like to thank the Montgomery Woman’s Club for the generous donation of $500 dollars.   The “Mischief Managed” After Prom was just little over a week ago from 12- 4am (definitely into the early morning hours J).    The night was a tremendous success in providing a safe and substance-free way for our high school students to celebrate in style!  We had over 500 students in attendance.   I have included some pictures from the festivities below.  It truly was a very fun and memorable evening for all.    

  Besides the advertising display at the event, your sponsorship will be recognized in an upcoming thank-you ad in the Northeast Suburban Press.  


  Our combined efforts really made a difference for many teens!   Thank you again for your generous community support. 




Kristie Hart

Sycamore High School PTO



Composite of activities



RoseMay 7th: International Students Lunch at Swaim Park Lodge


  See the show here: Sycamore High School

All the international students!


Rose Some history of MWC and Sycamore School District: from The Leaf magazine of Dec. 17th, 1982.


RoseMWC Gardening Club.

The members are involved in several beautification projects in Montgomery. Here planting at Montgomery Road and Pfeiffer Rd junction. Kudos to these ladies. Enjoy the colors!

Spring Event: Passport to Fashion was held on May 6th at Manor House. For full details and pictures see Spring Event page

Rose January 20th, 2017: Poetry and Short Stories competition judging.

UPDATE:April 2017 6 of the 8 submitted Poetry and Short Stories won their group at the State level. Congratulations to the students.


Poetry and Short Stories competition is for 1st to 12th grades in Sycamore Area Schools. Woman's Club members judge the entries. (From the photo the judges seem to enjoy the entries!) The awards are presented to the winners at their respective schools by MWC club members.First place in each catagory goes on to be judged at State level.

Rose January 4th 2017, Downtown Decorating:time for MWC members,city volunteers and city personnel to separate out all the decorations, box, and stow away, to be ready for 2017-2018.


Rose December 19th 2016, Montgomery Care Center:Club volunteers help celebrate birthdays of the residents of the Care Center with monthly birthday parties. This involves serving cake and ice cream for all and a small birthday gift for those celebrating their birthdays.The residents and MWC members also enjoy a singalong accompanied on the piano by member Tina Kramer.

The December party includes a small Holiday gift donated by the Club's Sew'n'Sews group for each attendee.


Gifts ready to go!
Individual gift bags
Contents of bags, + a Xmas card
Christmas attire



Click here for President's Message re Montgomery Care Center



RoseDecember 8th, 2016: Members celebrated the Holiday Season with Luncheon at Embers


RoseHoliday Season and time to decorate Downtown Montgomery.

See the process etc here.


And more here


Final lecture in 2016-2017 Town Hall Series.

Melissa Gilbert: Wed April 5th or Thurs April 6th 2017Life after "Little House on the Prairie".

Half-Pint from "Little House on the Prairie" is all grown up. She has her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, has appeared in several productions on Broadway, and has acted in and produced a variety of shows on TV, as well as appearing in various movies. She was a contender on Season 12 of "Dancing with the Stars". As president of the Screen Actors Guild she worked to pass laws protecting child actors among other endeavors, and is national spokesperson for the Partnership for Drug Free Kids. In March 2016 she returned to TV on the midseason drama "Secrets and Lies".





RoseOctober 20th 2016 program: Domestic Violence (Meier Baur: Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati

 Full understanding of the great job done by Assistance League of Cincinnati.

Click image for full show!


 Rose Successful Finery And Fleas (Final event). Saturday, September 24th 2016 from 9a-1p at Sycamore HS.





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The Town Hall Lecture Series is published yearly in April/May, with lectures occurring in October, November, then March and April of the following year. There are three presentation times for each lecture: Wednesday 11.00am, Wednesday 8.00pm, and Thursday 11.00am. Those on the mailing list will receive their application forms in the mail in April/May. If you are not on the mailing list for the series, and wish to purchase tickets, see further details by visiting our Town Hall Lecture Series page. Also check out this Town Hall page for information on past series.


USAFRABastille Day

In July the club supports the annual Bastille Day celebrations in Montgomery. A raffle is also held.

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The annual upscale flea market, with significant finery, takes place on a Saturday in the Fall at Sycamore High School, 7400 Cornell Rd, Montgomery (directions here).







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