Organized in 1946, The Glenshaw Century Club Inc. has always been a vibrant and forward-moving woman's club. The object of the club is:
To provide for the advancement of education and improvement of young men and women by granting scholarships based on merit and need.
To promote the good and welfare of the aged, poor, or distressed.
To raise funds for such purposes.
The Glenshaw Century Club Inc. is an IRS-approved 501(c)3 Public Charity.
13 Outstanding students received Glenshaw Century Club scholarships at our April 26, 2016 meeting. Andrea MacDonald won the Dr. Lee scholarship.
Click here to see our scholarship recipients.
The Glenshaw Century Club Inc.
Heartfelt thanks to our members, guests and businesses who helped make our Gala, House Tour, Craft Fair, and Tea Table a huge success. Your willingness to donate your time, money and items has really made a difference.
The photo below is from our Gala and shows Frank Perman with Chairwoman, Betty Nestbit enjoying the evening.
The appetizers served at the Gala are always delicious. LuAnn Letterle is shown in this photo putting the finishing touches on one of those incredible appetizers
Please Click Here to see more photos of our fall event.
Many of you love the appetizers served at the Gala. As a special treat, the appetizer recipes have been placed on this website. You can click on the recipe page and copy/paste recipe to your computer.
Please Click Here to obtain the recipes.
The new Glenshaw Century Club cookbook is now available. It is filled with delicious recipes sent in by our members. Each cookbook is $15 or 2 for $25. Call Pat at 412-486-8356 to purchase. cookbooks are also available at the Glenshaw Century Club meetings.
Please Click Here to see a list of those businesses who generously donated items and money to our Spring event! Please consider these vendors for your future purchases.
In April and May, 2016 the Glenshaw Century Club donated funds to:
Elfinwild Home Meals to You
Helping Hands of Millvale
North Hills Community Outreach
Shaler Activities for HCPD
Lower Glenshaw Library
Shaler North Hills Library
Bread Of Life Food Pantry - Etna
Donations of items:
North Hills Community Outreach Pantry
Banjo Club visit to Kane Hospital - Held February and May of each year.
Treasure House Fashions
Care Bears - Over 1600 have been given to local hospitals, emergency rooms, ambulance services, and police stations.
Flower Power - our members create lovely floral arrangements for hospital patients.