Brown County Community Women's Club, Inc.

Through fundraising efforts BCCWC contributes significant monies to organizations that:
  • Serve the less fortunate
  • Protect our community
  • Promote the arts


To recommend a local Non-Profit (Non-Denomination, Non-Discriminatory, and Non-Political) to receive a BCCWC 2016-17 Community Contribution please click here.


Donation Archiver


The Donation Archiver is responsible for maintaining a spreadsheet of all donations club members receive in support of BCCWC's Fundraising Events (Card & Game Days, Golf Outing, etc.).

It is the responsibility of each event chair to provide the Archiver (Lynda Drews) with the donors' names and their gifts following an event.

This will be recorded and used in two ways: 1) the donors will be recognized on this website for their gift, 2) future event chairs will be provided the spreadsheet, prior to their event, to verify which donors have already contributed for that calendar year; their committees, in turn, need to be cognisant of our donors' generosity and not request a gift, more than once in a calendar year.


Click here for Donor Form to be printed and then filled out by event chair or members


Thanks to all of the donors to our Card & Game Day Parties and Golf Outing. Click here to see the donors from 2015-16.



Lynda Drews

If you know of ANY grants that our club might apply for, please contact your 2nd Vice President with any information so that we can pursue those possibilities.
The beauty of the BCCWC is that ALL funds received would remain in Brown County to enhance and help with local community needs and causes. Please share with us any information you might have so that we can take advantage of some of the many opportunities that might be available to us.



Betsy Whitton, BCCWC 2nd VP

Fundraising Events

Bridge Marathons


If you have an interest in participating in any of our BCCWC Bridge Marathons, please contact Carol Simpson for details and availability.


Anne Gollnick
Gloria Jonet

Spring Card and Game Day

Monday, May 14, 2018

10:00 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Thornberry Creek


Fall Card and Game Day




Wednesday, October 25, 2017


Thornberry Creek Golf Club

10:00 am – Registration; “Meet & Greet” w/Cash Bar
11:00 am – Luncheon
Games & Awarding of Prizes: Following lunch to 4:00 pm


Gloria Jonet




Baked goods are sold at the Spring and Fall Card & Game parties each year.



Joan Zittlow

BCCWC is promoting the purchase of a Platinum Access Club Membership.


It lets you use over 300,000 local and national discounts as often as you like for a full year from the date of purchase.


Each time a member buys a $21.00 PAC membership (includes sales tax) the BCCWC will receive $10.00 back. 


Scott Rankin




goodsearch lets you earn money for BCCWC by searching the web (like you normally would do on goggle or yahoo), shopping on-line, going out to restaurants, or playing games.
For example, each time you do a web search, you earn $.01 for BCCWC.



 Lizz Jayne


Nancy Daniels

BCCWC Shopping Bags 

BIG BCCWC BAG SALE JUST $1 EACH - or whatever makes sense.
They're a little bigger than you might expect, and they can carry a lot of stuff! Good publicity for the club, good for "gift bags," good for you; great way to "go green;" as well as make a little profit for our club! Be sure to pick up a few -- they will be available at all of our meetings.



Jackie Nuthals & Betty Deneys

Decorated Cigar Boxes 

Check out the decorated cigar boxes for sale at regular meetings.


Cigar Boxes  Bonnie Zima and Chris Carson

Younkers Community Days

BCCWC will raise funds and increase their visibility in the community by selling booklets in the community and in the Younkers store. Supporters purchase coupon booklets from BCCWC members. 100% of the booklet sale benefits the organization!



Rusty Bursa & Gloria LaViolette

 Golf Outing


Hot and muggy weather didn't deter 80 BCCWC members and guests from golfing in the annual outing at Mid Vallee on June 12.  During the "morning meet and greet", members registered and looked over the raffle and silent auction items.  They also bought tickets for mulligans to use on the course, and pieces of 2' string to improve their lie on the green. Using a scramble format, they teed off at 9, and were back in the clubhouse by noon.  There they joined those who had played bridge or other games in the morning for a beautiful taco bar luncheon.

June 12, 2017


Low scorers for the day were Terry Jeffers, Sue Erdmann, Joanne Reimer and Sandy Badtke.  Peoria winners were Marge Zdziarski, Sue Dahnert, Melissa Rusk and Jean Allgeyer.  Mark your calendars now for next year's outing, scheduled at MidVallee on June 11, 2018.  Watch online in the spring for the registration form.

Terry Jeffers

Festival Brat Fry

BCCWC brat fry is scheduled for April 27 at Festival East; May 12 at Festival Bellevue, and September at Festival East.  Come on out and grab a brat while you do your shopping!

4/27 - Festival East and 5/12 Festival Bellevue



Judy Pieschek & Judy Giesler

BCCWC has the 4-6 p.m. block
every 5th Tuesday.
Fundraising WORK DATES -- Always every 5 weeks on a Tuesday
from 4 – 6 p.m.

2017-18 Dates: 08/01, 09/05, 10/10, 11/14, 12/19, 01/23, 02/27, 04/03, 05/08, 06/12 

If you are interested in working, please contact Helene Rosner.



Helene Rosner

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