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Community Service Programs - CSP

Education and Libraries CSP

The Education and Libraries committee encourages member to foster and support educational opportunities for all ages in our community. In the past we have provided classroom aides at one of our local elementary schools and hope to be able to do this again in the future. This committee has guided our club to provide free face masks for all age groups in the Butler Area Schools, has helped to repopulate the Broad Street Elementary school library, has worked tirelessly to support the Kids’ Weekend Backpack Program and has collaborated with the Butler Area Public Library on events. “The more that you read, the more things you will know, the more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” —Dr. Seuss

Arts and Culture CSP

This committee encourages members to promote and support arts activities within our club and the community. Inspiring members to participate in annual arts competitions through GFWC local, state and international contests is one of their goals. Art and culture allow us to expand our day to day lives by providing different ways to communicate with each other. We can appreciate new relationships and experiences through artistic skills and increased knowledge of the beliefs and customs of people around us. GFWC Arts and Culture Community Service Program encourages members to embrace art in whatever form it takes allowing us to change our world into a beautiful caring place. As Edgar Degas once said, “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.”

GFWC Intermediate League of Butler was organized and federated in 1950 to provide a club for women in the “age gap” between the Junior and Senior Women’s Clubs, thus the name “Intermediate League”. The club members have made a difference in the Butler community through volunteer work at ARC, assisting with the special needs classrooms at McQuistion Elementary school, the Kid’s Weekend Backpack Program of the Butler Area School District, the Lighthouse food bank, and VOICe. The Intermediate League was instrumental in the establishment of the 911 service in 1969 in Butler County and the Gateway Garden with the PA Western Conservancy.

2022 - 2024 OFFICERS



The President presides at all meetings of the club, appoints the Chairman of all standing committees and is a ex-officio member of all committees except the Nominating Committee.

First Vice-President


The Vice Presidents, in their order, shall perform the duties of the President in the absence or temporary inability of the President. The First Vice President is responsible for the planning of all programs for each meeting.

Second Vice President


The Vice Presidents, in their order, shall perform the duties of the President in the absence or temporary inability of the President. The Second Vice President is the Membership Chairman also.

Recording Secretary


The Recording Secretary keeps the correct minutes of all meetings including the Executive Board.

Corresponding Secretary


The Corresponding Secretary shall conduct all the necessary correspondence of the club, issue notices, keep a file of important correspondence and keep an alphabetical list of the membership.


Sara Pellegrini

The Treasure collects all dues, receives all monies and deposits in a bank approved by the Executive Board. She is responsible for an annual report which will be audited.

Assistant Treasurer


The Assistant Treasurer shall perform the duties of the Treasurer in their absence. She shall serve as Treasurer of the major fund raising projects of the club.

Parlimentary Advisor


The immediate Past President shall serve as Parliamentarian.

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