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"Embracing Our Heritage & Continuing Our Legacy of Service"

What an honor it is to serve as your club president this administration.  This

club and its members mean so much to me and help shape who I am.  I am thrilled to have the opportunity to share in our 20th Anniversary in 2020 and to celebrate GFWC

Serenity Juniorettes’ 10th Anniversary in 2019.


This administration’s theme:  “Embracing Our Heritage & Continuing Our Legacy of

Service” reflects the nature of this club.  As many of you, I began my Federation

experience in Heritage Junior Woman’s Club.  I became a founding member of GFWC

Legacy in 2000 serving as your club president (2006-2008) when Heritage Junior Woman’s Club voted to merge with GFWC Legacy.  Indeed, our club has an incredible Heritage, and we continue to make a difference in our community with our Legacy of service.  I am

excited about the differences we are going to make in the lives of others during the next two years!


Service to others—that is our purpose, but how blessed we are to receive the gifts of life-long friendships and leadership development as we travel together on the journey of “Living the Volunteer Spirit.”  Let’s make it our goal this administration to share this

experience with others and to continue to pass this experience from generation to

generation.  Let’s tell our story and invite others to join us.  It is my sincere hope to see continued  growth in membership and leadership development while volunteering in

our community.


Thanks to each of you for making a difference not only in our community but throughout the great State of Alabama, the United States of America, and internationally.


One of my favorite quotes from Mother Teresa is: At the end of life we will not be judged by how many diplomas we have received, how much money we have made, how many great things we have done.  We will be judged by “I was hungry, and you gave me something to eat, I was naked and you clothed me.  I was homeless, and you took me in.”


In service,

Becky Vansant

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