The Great Oaks Club of Landfall
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What is The Great Oaks Club?
​The Great Oaks Club (est. 1991)
is a social and educational
women’s group that
meets monthly (Sept- May).  
It is open to all Landfall residents, property owners and/or Country Club of Landfall members. 

Programs vary from gardening, theatre and film, local authors and historians, fashion shows, luncheons, home and garden tours, day trips, and so much more.  You don't want to miss out, so 
invite your friends and neighbors, 
and join today! 


Questions? 
Use "contact us" form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.  
Meetings are held once a month (2nd Wednesday, Sept-May) and usually begin at 1:00 PM at the 
Country Club of Landfall (Nicklaus) unless otherwise noted.  
Click here for next 
meeting date and time.

Membership Information:
Yearly Dues are $30.00 payable at any meeting. Includes refreshments and entertainment...Best deal in town!!! (Does not include luncheons and trips) 

Make check payable to: 
The Great Oaks Club

 Please contact us with your name, email and phone and we will get ack to you with information.

Make sure all of your contact  information is on your checks including your name, address, phone number and email address.  Join anytime!   

The general mailbox is checked by 
The Great Oaks Club 
membership committee 
and they will reply as soon as possible or get your request to the appropriate board member.  


The Great Oaks Club supports the following:

 A Safe Place, a local organization focused on prevention, advocacy, 
 and restoration to assist victims of commercial sexual exploitation
 and domestic sex trafficking.

www.asafeplacetogo.com

Each month at the Great Oaks meeting, a table is set up to collect either your monetary donations (cash or check payable to A Safe Place) for the themed needs of the month. Since we aren't meeting until at least January, 
check their website for ways in which you can help.

Thanks to our members' generosity all year and to Carol Evans' Facemask Project, we were able to meet our monetary goal to provide
A Safe Place with the funds for new dressers in May of 2020. 

Cape Fear Guardian Ad Litem Association, an organization which promotes the
best interests of abused, neglected and dependent children
in the North Carolina court system,
through our Gingerbread House Project during the holidays. 

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Landfall's Bluebird Attraction Program

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Kenan Chapel