Women’s Board Membership
Shaping Our Future
With almost a 40-year history, the Bethesda Women’s Board plays a valuable role in shaping Bethesda’s future. Its purpose is to promote service and support to Bethesda, encourage friendships, and provide educational and stimulating programs.
The Bethesda Women’s Board consists of a dedicated group of women who share a common goal of supporting Bethesda’s mission of providing quality senior care and services.
The group meets for a program luncheon in the spring and fall, and a dinner in the fall, all at the beautiful and rustic Deer Creek Club in Ladue.
Become A Member
Membership to the Women’s Board is $250 (of which $164 is tax deductible) and goes directly to helping Bethesda communities. In recent years, Women’s Board membership has helped fund the purchases of pianos, medical and fitness equipment, outdoor furniture, and renovated space in our communities. Through the convenience of a Bethesda resident account or through multiple installments, you can make your tax-deductible membership gift.
For more information or to become a member, contact Pam Dempski at (314) 800-1981 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Women’s Board Welcomes New President
The Bethesda Women’s Board announces its new president, Pat Kapsar, to succeed Barbara Clements beginning in 2019. Pat retired in 2014 from Bethesda, where she served as Senior Vice President and Corporate Compliance Officer. As a longtime Women’s Board member, Pat looks forward to continuing the strong philanthropic leadership that Barb provided these past eight years. Pat’s vision includes continuing efforts to fund much-needed items each year that will facilitate Bethesda’s care of seniors.
2019 Spring Women’s Board Luncheon
Please join us as our guest at the Women’s Board luncheon, Friday, April 5. You will have an opportunity to meet new friends, enjoy a delicious lunch, hear from executive committee on Bethesda initiatives, and enjoy our guest speaker, Dr. Peter Wyse Jackson, president of the Missouri Botanical Garden and George Engelmann Professor of Botany at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. Dr. Jackson will be speaking on the topic of “Missouri Botanical Garden – A Garden for the World.”
Friday, April 5
Deer Creek Club
9861 Deer Creek Hill | Ladue | 63124
Contact Bethesda Health Group Foundation, 314-800-1981 for details on how to join the Women’s Board.