Serving the Lake Highlands community since 1969

The purpose of Lake Highlands Women's League is to unite and promote
the Lake Highlands area through service to the community.

Lake House
Kick-off Event!

This year, as last, our September Kick-off Event will be held Thursday, September 11, 7-10 pm at the Lake House Bar & Grill on Northwest Highway at Lawther. 
Complementary hors'eouvres and cash bar. Dining from the menu will also be available. Reservations are required and tickets can be purchased for $20 per person here or checks can be mailed /dropped off  to Penne Collett, 10110 Ferndale, Dallas, TX 75238. 

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The Lake Highlands Women's League is beginning its 45th year of serving the Lake Highlands community. We currently have 100 active members and 197 sustaining members. We are proud of our organization and the contribution we have made to the Lake Highlands community through our scholarship program and many service projects.

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2013-14 LHWL FACTS

  • 557 Scholarships awarded
  • $1,503,000 given in scholarships to date
  • $657,726 given to the community
  • $2,160,726 total funds distributed

Fund Raising

For over 30 years, the Lake Highlands Women's League has hosted Holiday in the Highlands, featuring a festive tour of homes in our neighborhood, a delicious luncheon, and marketplace brimming with everything you need to complete your shopping list for holiday gifts or entertaining. 

This well-loved tradition is our only fund-raiser and benefits our local scholarship and community projects.

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Our membership is committed to volunteerism and meeting the needs of our community. Each active member volunteers at least four times per year at one or more of our many service projects, returning over 800 service hours to our neighborhood.

These opportunities range from mentoring/tutoring students in area schools to providing lunch and entertainment to the elderly in area nursing homes to shelving books at the neighborhood school library.

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