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Who We Are:

   The Woman's Wednesday Club of Granbury was organized in 1897 and has been continuously active in Granbury for 124 years. In 1987 its members built the clubhouse located at 306 N Travis St. With its proud history, the WWC continues to focus its efforts and support on Granbury and Hood County.

   Our 50 members not only give to this community financially but are also the backbone of many charitable organizations that serve the community. In the past fiscal year, WWC donated over $8,000 to non-profit organizations. WWC strongly believes in higher education and considers a college degree to be a key goal for young women graduating from high school. The Lois G. Cleveland Memorial Scholarship Fund was established over 16 years ago by WWC, and presentation of annual college scholarships to female Hood County graduates became a part of the WWC legacy.

GFWC Woman's Wednesday Club (WWC) of Granbury, INC.


  • 501C(3) non-profit charitable organization 

  • member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs

  • member Texas Federation of Women's Clubs. 

  • Scholarships totaling $30,000 were awarded to female, Hood County graduates, in 2022.

  • More than $100,000 in scholarships awarded from 2020-2022.

  • Recipients must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA.



  •   Be a female resident of Hood County


  • Be a full-time Junior or Senior at a four-year college or university with 60 or more credit hours OR

  •  Be a full-time Sophomore at a four-year college or university with 30 or more credit hours

  •  Have at least a 2.5 grade point average

 New Horizons

  •  Be a full or part-time student returning to college after a pause


  •  Be a full or part-time student at the Granbury campus of Weatherford College


  •   Be a High School Senior who will be a full time student at a four-year college or university

 Master Class

  •  Be a full or part-time student who has successfully completed a Bachelor’s degree and is now pursuing a Graduate degree

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