Pine Castle Woman's Club

The Heart of The Community Since 1940 and Home of the Corner Rose Tea Room

A Message from the Pr​esident

As we begin a new Club year, members will continue to focus on Chandler's five C's, plus 'P' (Partnership) which includes:

  • Commitment
  • Continued Education
  • Communication
  • Creativity
  • Connectivity

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Corner Rose Tea Room

Corner Rose Tea Room closed from July - September.

Flossie's Garden

Flossie’s Garden is named in honor of Florence Bumby Fishback, who founded the Pine Castle Woman’s Club in 1940. “Flossie,” as she was known to her many friends, would be the first to say she was only a small part of a wonderful group of Pine Castle ladies who worked together to create a much needed gathering place for the community as well as a place where they could come together in service to Greater Pine Castle.


Helping to carry on the tradition of community service is Flossie’s daughter, Ann Fishback Bennett, who has served three different terms as President. 

What a special way to say “thank you” to that family member or loved one by placing a brick in Flossie’s

Garden in honor or memory of them.

2022 - 2023 Standing Committee Chairs

Black History Month - Margaretta Douglas

Brick Sales – Joyce Broughman

Bylaws – Gail Padgett

Community Events – Veronica Bryant

Corner Rose Tea Room – Ruthie Harrell and Cathy Lindberg

Devotions/Pledge – Linda DiPietro

Fifth Grade Essay Contest – Laura Houston

Game Day – Cindy Lance and Minnette Mullings

GFWC Liaison – Sandy Chandler

Hospitality – Arlene Gimondo

Neighborhood Fun and Games – Margaretta Douglas and Minnette Mullings

Newsletter/Publicity – VACANT

Pine Castle Historical Society – Veronica Bryant

Scrapbook/Photography – VACANT

If you have not already volunteered to serve on a committee, there is still time as we begin 2022. Kindly contact Sandy Chandler, if you would like to volunteer. Thank you.