THE WOMAN'S CLUB OF MCLEAN is dedicated to community improvement through volunteer service. Since its founding in 1958, members have addressed the diverse needs of the community, building an impressive record of accomplishment. They are also dedicated to improving their skills, expanding their rights and applying their abilities and special sensitivities to society's problems. We promote education, preserve natural resources, encourage healthy lifestyles, work on behalf of the elderly and people with disabilities, advocate for issues of concern to women, children and families, and support participation in the arts. As a member of The Woman's Club of McLean, you can be proud to belong to a group of women volunteers with a historic legacy and continuing tradition of community service, make new friends, learn new skills, and have fun doing it.
The Woman's Club of McLean is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.
OFFICERS OF THE WOMAN'S CLUB OF MCLEAN
|President: ||Mildred Thompson|
1st Vice President:
|2nd Vice President:||Linda Regan|
|Recording Secretary:|| Wanda Miller|
|Corresponding Secretary:||Helen Bowers|
|Assistant Treasurer:||Rosemarie Lazo|
January 19 - 1:00 p.ml. Meeting of the Board at the American Legion Post on Balls Hill Road
January 21 - Holiday Homes Tour and Christmas Shoppe Critique
February 3 - General Meeting - Program featuring Dr. Rachel Burger, Cardiologist at Virginia Hospital. How to take care of your heart!F
What is Happening at the Woman's Club of McLean
The Woman's Club of McLean's Annual Holiday Homes Tour and Christmas Shoppe was a huge success. Our thanks to everyone who supported this event.
Profit from the event will be used to help those in need in our Northern Virginia Community.
Members of the Woman's Club recently welcomed the following into the club: Doris Horhn, Emma Lea Moorman, Ling Mangan, Linda Wheeler and Lucy Chatelein. Ladies we are happy to have you join our happy group and wish you many new friends and a fulfilling year.
Woman's Club of McLean was selected by the McLean Chamber of Commerce to receive the Community Volunteer of the Year Award. Well Done Ladies!
The Woman's Club Chorale's - "Gift of Music Concert" - was a huge success and $2,000.00 was raised for the Falls Church/McLean Children's Center - a truly worthy cause.
Our thanks to the director and members of the chorale for a job well done.