Why build a new Altrusa Club?
A new Altrusa club is a wonderful gift not only to the community, but also to each new member of that club. As new Altrusans gain an increased awareness of the needs of their community and insights into possibilities to solve those needs, they work together with like-minded people to make a difference. As new members become engaged in Community service activities provided by their Altrusa clubs, they have the opportunity to gain new leadership skills. They soon experience the joy of community involvement and improvement efforts.

Current Clubs in Formation





The regular meetings of the Altrusa International of Downtown Fort Worth, in formation, are on the second Fridays of the month, noon, at the University of Texas Arlington (UTA) – Fort Worth Campus,  1401 Jones Street, Ft Worth. 
For more information or to refer a friend or relative to be contacted, contact Linda McCalla at lindamccalla@Yahoo.com




Altrusa International is gearing up for a spectacular weekend to mark the chartering of Altrusa International North East Texas, co-sponsored by the Altrusa Clubs of Downtown Dallas and Greenville, TX. 

Meet and Greet: A Warm Welcome

The celebration kicks off on Friday, February 2, from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at the quaint Carnegie Cottage, located at 300 E Carnegie St. in Winnsboro, TX. Altrusa International of Downtown Dallas will host this evening, providing members with the perfect opportunity to welcome new club additions. The icing on the cake? International President Linda Smith and esteemed guests from the International and District Nine Boards will be in attendance, ensuring a warm and inclusive atmosphere.

Charter Celebration Day: A Day of Milestones
The climax of the weekend unfolds on Saturday, February 3, at the Winnsboro Center for the Arts, 200 Market St., Winnsboro, TX 75494. The Charter Ceremony, a momentous occasion, is scheduled to commence at 3:30 pm.
Attendees will then be treated to a thrilling Murder Mystery Dinner starting at 5:00 pm, complete with appetizers, dinner, and entertainment—all for a nominal fee of $65.00. To secure a seat at the dinner table, reserve a seat, go to: https://paypal.me/AltrusaNETFoundation?country.x=US&locale.x=en_US
Places to Stay: Making Memories in Winnsboro
For those planning to stay over night, Winnsboro offers an array of charming Airbnb options. Notable hotel recommendations include the historic Oaklea Mansion and the inviting Clark House Winnsboro.
The regular meetings of Altrusa International of North East Texas are on the 4th Monday evenings at 6:00 pm at the Oaklea Mansion,  407 S. Main, Winnsboro.
For more information or to refer a friend or relative to be contacted about membership in the club, contact Debby Weber at dweber@weberdsn.com.