April 24, 2023

The new chairperson of the Education Committee is Arlene Lewis and the new chairperson of the Membership Committee is Pauline Healy.

November 7, 2022

The inaugural meeting of the Book Club took place on November 7, 2022, at Wegmans in Leesburg. Kathy Marsh, Willa Kiser, Evie Carscadden, Elaine Farrar, Ann Livoti, and Lynn Boudreau were present. The following decisions were made:

April 2022

New Committee Chairmen

Arts & Culture-Peggy Everhart

Civic Engagement & Outreach-Evie Carscadden

Education and Libraries-Shirley Brawley

Environment-Willa Kiser

Health & Wellness-Marlene Hersh

Budget-Norma Kessler

Hospitality-Judy Willeke

Membership-Sheila Nakles

Telephone-Sue Boland

Ways and Means-Jeannie Douglas and Kathy Marsh

Members-at-large-Linda Georganas and Mary Hoetzel 

Historian-Mary Grace Lucier  

Newsletter editor/website/and social media source-Elaine Farrar

Diane Cameron will serve as registrar/courtesy provider 

Parliamentarian-Willa Kiser

November 2021

The Membership Tea was held on Saturday, November 6, 2021, at the Loudoun Golf and Country Club in Purcellville, Virginia. Quite a few potential members attended the tea which was organized by the Membership Committee. A beautiful Tea themed basket was raffled and all attendees were given a chance to enter the raffle. Elaine Farrar, a member of the Loudoun Woman's Club, won the basket which included a lovely blue teapot, a variety of tea bags, some teacups, and many other items. Photos from the Tea are on the Photo Albums page.

October 2021 

The Out of the Attic Sale was very successful this year. We triumphed in spite of Covid. A checkout counter was placed by the exit and buyers carried a tally sheet with them as they perused the different areas of the sale. Masks were provided for shoppers that came without them. Kathy Marsh and Jeannie Douglass were the sale coordinators and they did a marvelous job coming up with new ways to do things.

May 2020

-Here are some statistics from GFWC, the greatest woman-led volunteer organization in the world. 

Total number of projects completed         74,702.00
Total number of volunteer hours   3,640,335.96
Total dollars donated $ 9,412,210.14
In-kind donations $ 6,775,311.82
Dollars raised $ 5,697,552.55
Dollars spent $ 1,636605.51

April 2020

-We are participating in a new project, called "Hop on the Bus." It is sponsored by the state organization. Raffle tickets to win gift cards will hopefully raise enough money to buy a bus to transport children in the Armed Services YMCA of the Hampton Roads area. The raffle tickets are $5.00 each or 5 for $20. 

-We are excited that our first face to face meeting in a long time will occur on May 8, 2021. Although we will be meeting in person we will still be observing Covid protocols. In addition, our club will be partnering with Loudoun MADD to collect sneakers that will be refurbished and distributed to people in less fortunate countries around the world. 

November 2020

-We will be holding a bazaar and crafts fair at our regular monthly meeting to raise funds for our club and highlight the talents of our members.

January 2020

-The Woman's Club of Loudoun will travel to the Brambleton Library on Saturday, January 4, 2020. The members will see the Makerspace, the Seniors section, and all the new offerings the library provides.

December 2019

-The Woman's Club f Loudoun held a very successful bake sale at the Ida Lee Arts and Crafts Fair the first weekend in December. The proceeds will be used to support scholarships and various other charities.

November 2019

-We will be at the Hamilton Bazaar on Saturday, November 16, 2019. Check out our crafts and pick up brochures with club information.

October 2019

-We are still collecting stamped Christmas cards for Veterans to send. Please give them to Peggy Everhart or bring them to Wrapping Day, which is the deadline for collecting them.

-Eleven club members gathered at Bob Evans' Restaurant for lunch on Friday, October 11th. A great time was had by all who attended.

-On Saturday, October 5, 2019, The Woman's Club of Loudoun will celebrate its 75th Anniversary.

September 2019

-The Out of the Attic Sale was very successful this year. We raised more money than last year. we donated 60 pairs of shoes to Soles for Souls. We also donated about $100.00 worth of jewelry to the Leesburg Senior Center. 

-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. You will find some great bargains!

July 2019

-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.