REMINDER- there will be no September meeting.  Our next monthly meeting will (tentatively) be on Saturday, October 12th, at 11:00 at the IBEW, 1870 Madison Ave.   All are welcome.

Suffrage calendars are now available for purchase. Celebrate the centennial anniversary next year of women winning the right to vote. Click here to see one.  They are $20 each.  Or we can mail it to you for an additional $3.50.   You can purchase one at the next monthly meeting, or email us to request to have one mailed to you- DWSC.901@gmail.com.


DWSC MYRA C. STILES SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS- The DWSC proudly announces the first two recipients of the Myra C. Stiles Scholarship. Both are honor students at Whitehaven High School.  Mycah Davis will be attending Alcorn State University. She has a GPA of 3.44; an ACT score of 25; and has been accepted at over 80 schools. She is the daughter of proud parents are Michael & Chantel Davis.  Martina Jones will be attending Rhodes College with goal of becoming a physician. She has a GPA 4.3; an ACT score of 25; a class rank of 4th in class of 411; and has been accepted at over 40 schools.  She is the daughter of proud parents Commissioner Eddie and Martel Jones.  Click here to see photos.  

Tennessee Federation of Democratic Women Summary- The convention was attended by several of the DWSC members.  Please click here for a summary of the event.  Next year's convention will be held in East Tennessee.  

Announcing the National Federation of Democratic Women- The Convention was in Albany, NY, in June..  The theme was Democratic Women Leading the Way.  Please click here for photos from the event.


Please see the calendar below for additional related events.
We will not post candidate information in primary races unless there is no democratic opponent.  
Nor will we post candidate information in nonpartisan races 
We are proud of our Democratic candidates participating in the various races. 
We “DO NOT “ endorse in Primaries and the sheer number makes it impossible to list all campaign activities. 
We do however wish them all the  best and pledge our collective support in the General Election.