July 20, 2022 – Members of the former Sulphur Springs Waverly Club stopped by Wednesday to help serve meals. Dinner Bell staff prepared a menu that included Chicken a la King.
After a 122 year run, The Waverly club recently disbanded, and a portion of the treasury was donated to Dinner Bell.
The Club originally started at Book club and was named for the Waverly novel written by Sir Walter Scott.
Years later, the Club organized a Carnegie library and collected 500 books for it.
The Waverly Club also assisted in the design, funding and construction of the Woman’s Club Building in the 1960’s. The building cost was just short of $35,000.