Established in 1969, the Beavercreek Women’s League (BWL) is a civic organization that supports families, women, and their communities, which is represented by their three-hearted emblem. BWL is open to the all and strives to promote worthwhile community projects, provide mental stimulation through study, develop friendships, and encourage a spirit of helpfulness. Since its beginning, the organization has raised over $100,000 in scholarships for Beavercreek High School students and since 2000, $63,500 for its Women In Transition (WIT) scholarships through its annual Scholarship Luncheon.
The purpose of the Beavercreek Women’s League is:
· To serve the Beavercreek Community by promoting worthwhile projects
· To provide mental stimulation and development through study
· To encourage a spirit of helpfulness and promote friendship and diversity
Enjoy a PowerPoint presentation of our long history.
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Beavercreek High School and Women in Transition/Non-Traditional
The BWL meets monthly September through May in the Fellowship Hall of Peace Lutheran Church, located at 3530 Dayton-Xenia Road in Beavercreek.
Visitors and guests are warmly welcome. Please drop in and see who we are and what we do. Coffee and social time begins at 11:30 a.m., the business meeting at noon, followed by the program. The October Candidates and Issues Forum generally has a specific location and time that differs from our regular meetings. Please check our EVENTS tab for this information.
The BWL is a nonpartisan organization, and does not endorse, support, or otherwise promote any candidate for office. The BWL may endorse nonpolitical issues upon approval of the Board and membership. BWL is composed of about 180 people of all ages and backgrounds sharing their talents, interests, and experiences for the benefit of the organization, governed by a board of elected officers and appointed committee chairpersons who meet monthly to plan programs, projects, and prepare for the future meetings. Non-residents of Beavercreek are welcome to join.
A variety of opportunities exists within the group to support and promote the desire to serve the community both through formal committee participation and informal connections. The interests of BWL members include Beavercreek Community Theater; Beavercreek Historical Society; Beavercreek Parks, Recreation, and Culture; Beavercreek Senior Center; Family Violence Prevention Center of Greene County; Feed the Creek; Greene County Public Library Foundation; GreeneBucs/AMBUCS; and Michael's House -- to name only a few. Please talk to any member of the group. They would love to talk with you about how you can get involved.
Becka is an accomplished and active Greene County community member with an impressive record of professional and civic accomplishments. Her service includes work as a civilian civil engineer for the United States Air Force (Chief of Facilities Management WPAFB). Becka is is a Board Member at Clark State College, Greene Inc., and the Green County Family Violence Prevention Center. She lives in Beavercreek with her husband Greene County Commissioner Rick Perales.
Julie is a life long resident of Beavercreek. Married to John for 35 years, and has 2 children, Jordan (deceased) and Maria. She has been a small business owner in Beavercreek and served two terms on the Park Board. Julie co-chaired the 25th Anniversary of Beavercreek Committee. also Julie has been a long time Beavercreek Chamber of Commerce member and served on executive committee as treasurer.
Kathy Huthmacher is a Beavercreek resident with extensive executive board experience through her involvement with Officer Wives Club and PTO during her husband’s military career in the Airforce. She has also often volunteered in various capacities in her local church. She is happily married to a retired Airforce pilot and adores having four married children and ten grandchildren. She loves volunteer service and looks forward to serving this community through our benevolent organization.
Kim Farrell is the Superintendent of
the City of Beavercreek Parks, Her team's mission is to deliver recreational experiences that enhance quality of life.
Beavercreek's parks division is home to 23 city parks that each offer a variety of amenities, including playgrounds, picnic shelters, basketball courts, a skate park, baseball and softball diamonds, soccer fields, walking paths, and more! Kim is always working hard to improve park amenities. The parks division also operates and maintains several cemeteries, the Beavercreek Senior Center, Lofino Plaza and C.I. Beaver Hall.
Served as our President in 2022-2023. Melissa is a Certified Court Executive and a Fellow of the National Center for State Courts, Institute of Court Management, a national recognition program. She is a graduate of the University of Dayton and has a master's
degree in public administration. Ms. Litteral serves the organization and profession as an officer in the Ohio Association of Municipal/County Court Clerks and the Ohio Jury Management Association, among other professional memberships. Melissa has spent more than 20 years working in Greene County Courts.
Greene County Hall of Fame
Senior Center Liaison
Betsy Halki & Elizabeth Clark
Lunch & Learn
Beavercreek High School & Women in Transition (Scholarships)
Jo Ann Rigano