2012 Holiday Season Luncheon


Our annual Fall Reception (in October), at which new members are welcomed into the Club with a white rose, the Club flower.

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Parlor talk

Author Jennifer Ross-Nazzal speaking on Winning the West for Women: The Life of Suffragist Emma Smith DeVoe, in the parlor of the clubhouse (the Harvard Exit Theatre)


May 18, 2012 – Annual May Breakfast

Our annual May Breakfast is a tradition begun in 1919 under club president (and later Seattle mayor) Bertha Landes. At the May Breakfast (and the Fall Reception, in October), new members are officially welcomed into the club with a white rose, the club flower.

This May Breakfast featured a screening of The Fifth Star, a documentary celebrating the suffragists, produced by the teenage girls of Reel Grrls, a Seattle nonprofit that trains young women to become filmmakers.

"The Fifth Star" Screening


 Guests chat before the screening of Reel Grrls’ The Fifth Star.
Julia Levy, in blue at right, was the documentary’s producer and


Celeste Smith, Julia Levy, and Karen Hirsch

Celeste Smith, May Breakfast chair; Julia Levy, producer of The Fifth Star;
Karen Hirsch, development director of Reel Grrls.

Refreshments Table
The refreshments table!

Malory Graham, Celeste Smith, and Kaye Marks

 Malory Graham, Executive Director of Reel Grrls; Celeste Smith, May Breakfast chair;
and Kaye Marks, First Vice President of the Club

Kaye Marks and a friend

Kaye Marks, Club First Vice President, and a Seattle friend

Malory Graham and Celeste Smith

Malory Graham, executive director of Reel Grrls, and Celeste Smith, May Breakfast chair

Kaye Marks, Celeste Smith, and Tammy Peterson

 Kaye Marks and Celeste Smith receiving their lifetime memberships in the Club.

Woman's Century Club display

A beautiful display about the Club created by our talented PR Committee Chair, Trish Ratcliff

Club artifacts on display at a quarterly meeting of Historic Seattle, the city’s leading historic preservation organization.

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