On this page, LWC will share recent news and events.


September 23, 2018 - October 29, 2018

Reception October 12, 2018 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. This year, the Lamoille Women’s Club celebrates their 100th year.  The non-profit ladies’ organization is dedicated to fundraising for various charities within the community as well as supporting the women of Elko County.  The group has teamed with the Northeastern Nevada Museum to bring you an exhibit focusing on the history of the club and the women who have kept its traditions for decades.  Join us for a special reception on October 12 from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. 

Fall Craft Festival

The Lamoille Women’s Club will celebrate fall and the beginning of the Christmas shopping season by sponsoring their two-day Fall Craft Festival which is always held the second week-end of November. This year the Festival is November 10th and 11th, 2018. The festival is held at the Spring Creek High School on Lamoille Highway, just minutes from Elko on Highway 227. Saturday’s hours are 9:00 to 4:00 and Sunday’s hours are 9:00 to 3:00. The Fall Craft Festival features arts and crafts of all kinds from vendors throughout the area and out of state.

The Lamoille Women’s Club is currently accepting vendor applications for the Fall Craft Festival.

Proceeds from the Fall Craft Festival go towards the Lamoille Women’s Club’s many community service projects and scholarships for high school and college students.

For information on the Fall Craft Festival or for a hard copy of the application, contact Martha Wallace at 775-340-6922 or Elisabeth Moore at 775-934-7194.

Communities In Schools of Northeastern Nevada

Currently the Lamoille Women’s club is focusing on the underwear drive that the community is participating in for CIS. Ladies can purchase underwear for male of female individuals ages 5 to 18.  Community in Schools then gives it to the individuals in the greatest need for clean and new underwear. These items can be socks, panties, shorts, boxer or briefs and other underwear items used by the school children. The Committee will     deliver all items to Community in Schools around the 10th of March.  A big thank you to the Club for their continued support.

Communities In Schools of Northeastern Nevada received a donation of $1,000 for the 2018-19 school year, and will receive a donation of the same amount for the 2019-20 school year, from The Lamoille Women’s Club for basic needs items like school supplies and   support services for local students.

The Lamoille Women’s Club has been a generous partner and supporter of CIS of Northeastern Nevada’s mission of surrounding students with a network of support and empowering them to achieve in school. In the past year they have donated school supplies, books, clothing and almost 50 pies for Thanksgiving meals for families in need.

The organization would like to give a special thank you to Lamoille Women’s Club members Pam Osmonson, Myrna Hecht, Ida McBride and President Joyce Kay for their   outreach and coordination support.