Our club began in 1956 as a Junior Club with 21 charter members, but when the present
members were all over 50, we changed the name to Woman’s Club of Bismarck. We celebrated
our 50 year anniversary in 2006. A past member is now the mayor of Bismarck. Over
the years we have taken tours, done many different fundraisers and made a lot of
good friends. We have donated money to the schools, the fire department, the school
libraries and to various projects. In 2000 we promoted recycling bins for Bismarck.
Over the years we have made thousands of cookies for the elderly and teachers. We
now have 19 members ranging from early twenties to early sixties.
We have a chairperson for 6 departments such as art, conservation, education, home
life & health, international affairs, public affairs, memorials/flowers. We also
have a chairperson for our special projects as public relations, child violence and
Our big project is to replace the play equipment in the Lion’s Club Park. What little
equipment we have is over 50 years old. We hope to give our future generation a healthy
start. We also earn money to give two scholarships each year to students attending
Each prospective new member must attend at least one meeting before her name is submitted
to the board for membership. A member must pay dues annually. Our club colors are
blue and white and the club flower is the American Beauty Rose.