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Write to P.O. Box 1346
Grand Rapids, MI 49501-1346
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you interested in learning more about becoming a GRSC member?
Grand Rapids Study Club began in 1901 by Domestic Workers who
saw the need to join together and focus on issues affecting the
community. The Club was formally organized in November, 1904 at
the home of Louisa Gaines.
purpose was to unite all efforts toward individual, home and community
betterment through study and community cooperation in all things
which portends the advancement of all groups. Outstanding programs
include An Evening with Langston Hughes, Poems of Negro Life,
National Issues Forums on Opioids, and Safety and Justice. We
have read various books and enjoyed presentations by various authors.
we prepare to celebrate our 114th Founders’
Day celebration, we invite you to become a member and help
us to preserve the Legacy of the women who founded this organization.
be our guest at a Soul Food Lunch
at the Fair Housing Center, 20 Hall Street, SE on Thursday,
June 14, 2018 at 12 noon to learn more about us. Learn
more about the Club objectives here.
RSVP to Cynthia Jones @ 616-452-8361 or
Annie Edwards @ 616-248-4945.
the Grand Rapids Study Club...
The Grand Rapids Study Club is an active group of Grand Rapids
area women and men who formed "to unite all efforts
towards individual, home and community betterment through study
and civic cooperation in all things which portends the advancement
of all groups." The Grand Rapids Study Club has been in existence
since 1901. Currently, the Club is dedicated to higher learning,
through book scholarships granted to students pursuing post-secondary
education. Grand Rapids Study Club members participate in the
Annual Parade of Homes to raise funds for these scholarships.