About Us



  • Hoover Service Club's members are committed to community service. Each year funds are distributed to agencies that provide support for Hoover families.
  • Club members participate in Acts of Service throughout the year.
  • Visit the Community Service page for more detailed information.



  • A key component of the Hoover Service Club's mission is furthering education for Hoover students. Each year, Hoover Service Club awards scholarships  to seniors from Hoover High and Spain Park. Middle school students are recognized for academics and community service.



  • Hearts in Harmony is Hoover Service Club's signature event which is held annually to raise funds for Scholarships and Community Outreach. 
  • Information about the 2020 Hearts in Harmony event will be available in September, 2019.

2019 Scholarship Recipients

Hoover High School


Pictured here, from left, are Mayor Frank Brocato, Hoover High Students Danah Dib, Jesse Kelley, Aleah Moon, and Anne Stewart, Hoover Schools Superintendent Kathy Murphy, and Hoover High Principal John Montgomery. Not pictured is Katherine Cohen.

Spain Park High School


 Pictured here, from left, are Spain Park College and Career Counselor Tracey Prater, Spain Park Principal Larry Giangrosso, Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato, Spain Park students  Crestin Abawi, Hope Brown and Mary Hiers and Hoover Schools Superintendent Kathy Murphy.  Not pictured is Sydney Le.

Berry Middle School

 Pictured from left are Assistant Principal Kari Tibbs, Richard Wright outstanding academic performance, Mayor Frank Brocato, Ryan McKern outstanding citizenship performance, Counselor Ericka Leonard, and Hoover Schools Superintendent Kathy Murphy.

Bumpus Middle School

 Pictured from left Counselor Nita Keith, Principal Tamala Maddox, Mayor Frank Brocato,  outstanding academic performer Dominc Renda, outstanding citizenship performer Ava Slocum, Hoover Schools Superintendent Kathy Murphy, and Assistant Principal Sean Colosimo.

Simmons Middle School


Pictured from left Simmons Assistant Principal Charles Butler, Alexander Brockman outstanding academic performance award winner, and Counselor Erika Berryhill. Not pictured is Lucy Wills, outstanding citizenship award winner.

Margaret Alford Community Service Award


Hoover Service Club awarded Hoover High School student Jessica Bradley a $500 Margaret Alford Memorial Community Service Scholarship. The Spain Park recipient of the Margaret Alford Memorial Community Service Scholarship, Caroline McCabe was unable to attend the luncheon.

Installation of 2019-2020 Officers

HSC President


 Outgoing President, Elaine Thompson  receives a gift from incoming President, Liesa Pitts.

2019-2020 HSC Officers


 Pictured from left, President Liesa Pitts, 1st Vice President Judy McDaniel, 2nd Vice President Lori Callahan, 3rd Vice President Jamie Hinson, Recording Secretary Pam Crider, Corresponding Secretary Debra Taylor and Treasurer Peggy Dupuy.

Thank You Elaine!


Elaine Thompson is presented with a beautiful handmade bowl with the HSC logo as a thank you for her excellent leadership.  The bowl was made by club member, Darla Williamson.


2019-2020 Monthly Meetings

Monthly Meetings

Hoover Service Club welcomes members and guests to its monthly meetings. 

Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month from September - May.

11:00 AM

Hoover Country Club 

3140 Club Drive Hoover, AL 35226

Lunch (optional) $20.00

Reservations Required 

***Please call Winnie Cooper at (205)979-5699 for a lunch reservation. Cancellations must be made 24 hours prior to the meeting. Otherwise, you are responsible for the cost of the meal.

Upcoming HSC Programs

November 14th, 2019 Meeting

Meeting starts at 11:00 AM. Doors will open at 10:30 AM

Local Artisan

 Our November speaker will be Artist Tena Payne of Earthborn Studios, Inc. "Tena and her creations have been featured in many national & regional publications and chefs throughout the country have come to depend on her to create unique serving pieces to showcase their culinary creations."

Acts of Service 

Bluff Park Food Bank
For our November Acts of Service we will be collecting non perishables for Bluff Park Food Bank.  

Here is a list of donation items needed:

 Toilet Paper
Peanut Butter
Canned tuna
Canned chicken
Cranberry sauce
Canned vegetables
Dry cereal