Laurie Wexel has been president of the Lilburn Woman’s Club since February. With all that the club does, that sounds like a full-time position in itself, but her day job is selling nutritional products and taking care of her prodigious family. She took the time this week to talk with Lilburn-Mountain Park Patch about the goings-on and plans of one of Lilburn’s most important organizations.
Patch: The Lilburn Woman’s Club just raised more than $9,000 for the American Cancer Society in the Lilburn Relay Rally. What’s next on the club’s agenda?
Wexel: What’s up next is this Thursday night (tonight), we have our scholarship tea. We give a $1,000 scholarship to a local female high school student, and we give two $500 scholarships to Gwinnett Tech to single moms who are trying to learn a vocation to be able to get a job and