Tuesday mornings bring melodious sound as we share our building with the Women’s Coral of the GFWC, Charlotte.  They practice at 8:30 am during the school year here at First Congregational Church in the Bess Fulton Room.  Originally the “Charlotte Woman’s Club”, it was organized in 1887 as a literary club to “enhance the status of the individual woman.”  It became part of an international organization – GFWC – in 1890.  Today there are over one million members in the US and in 20 countries – Charlotte’s Club has about 100 members. This organization of community-based volunteer women’s clubs is dedicated to community service.  GFWC programs and projects encompass the major issues of our time. For more information, visit the GFWC-Charlotte homepage.