Come to the annual "Out of the Attic Sale" on Friday, September 20, and Saturday, September 21, at the VFW building in Leesburg. We will be there from 8:00-1:00.

The Woman's Club of Loudoun delivered 160 books to Frederick Douglass Elementary. The teachers are Mary Kirk Cunningham, Lora Reles, Julie Noem, Starr Freeburg, and Allyson Angeline. Principal Melissa Logan, Assistant Principal Anne Harris and the Dean, Brandon Hunt. The books were collected by the Woman's Club for this special presentation.

GFWC, the Woman's Club of Loudoun is a service and social organization with the purpose of bringing together women who are interested in the welfare of their community. 2014 marked a significant anniversary--70 years since a group of thirteen women met on July 19, 1944, to discuss forming a club and joining the Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs (VFWC). The Club's structure and objectives were then worked out with the VFWC. The first official meeting occurred on September 9, 1944, and fifty-five women joined. 

The Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs is a part of the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) headquartered in Washington, DC, also with a significant historical background. The Woman's Club of Loudoun invites all women with the common interest of supporting their local community. 

Our current membership includes women of all age groups and interests. Come join us for friendship and fun as we support local, state, national and international communities with our time, talents, and gifts. 

Usually, general Club meetings occur on the first Saturday of the month. An administrative board also meets monthly in the months August through May. Locations for monthly meetings vary throughout the year, but most are located in Leesburg. You can check our Calendar page for the exact meeting location. 

WCL meetings are hosted by member groups in these areas: Arts, Conservation, Education, Home Life, and Public Issues. Fundraisers and social events are also a part of the Club's events.