Hilton Head Sun

Tamra Avrit, pictured, president of the Women’s Association of Hilton Head Island, holds aloft a silver punch bowl that was used for Welcome coffee events, Christmas gatherings and other events earlier in the Association’s activities. The bowl was recently found in storage, polished up by a member, and will be used again at appropriate events as a nod to the group’s history.  Click here for the Hilton Head Sun article

Hilton Head Monthly For 60 years, the Women’s Association of Hilton Head has been connecting women throughout the Lowcountry. In preparation for the 60th anniversary celebration, there’s a lot to learn about WAHHI’s history and, more importantly, the association’s future plans.  Click here for the Hilton Head Monthly article

Pink Magazine 2021 is a very special year. It marks the 60th anniversary of WAHHI, the Women’s Association of Hilton Head Island. It was first organized in January 1961 as the Hilton Head Garden Club by 23 forward-thinking women with a mission to beautify the island. Their first projects were planting azaleas around Coligny Circle, followed by a cleanup of the historic Zion Cemetery on Route 278. As the projects grew, more women joined, and in 1965, the name was changed to WAHHI. Click here for the Pink Magazine article