Known as the Women’s Division Chamber of Commerce, we were founded in 1951 by a group of civic minded women. Our organization has been working for the good of our community for over 65 years, and has grown substantially from around 50 women in 1951 to well over 260 today.
2016-17 WDCC Board shown at right
Current Board / Mission and Vision Statements
Jo Anne Hoekenga
WDCC VISION STATEMENT
Serving the Community through Cooperative Action
WDCC MISSION STATEMENT
The WDCC members work together to:
- Create civic consciousness through unity and coordination of activities.
- Encourage and aid in the development of our community.
- Exchange ideas.
- Inspire participation in community, state, and national affairs.
- Support other women’s organizations.
- Support students in their higher education endeavors.
EXPLORE - DREAM - DISCOVER
WDCC Heritage Members attending the 2014 Heritage Member Tea
Our Heritage Members have all been members of WDCC for at least 15 years. The person belonging to WDCC the longest, joined in 1959. A Heritage Member Tea is held once every three years to honor our Heritage Members.
2014 WDCC Heritage Member Tea
WDCC MAKING A DIFFERENCE
2015 Adopt A Senior
Mittens, Hats and Scarves
for Every Woman's Place