WWC Club flower – Red Rose
WWC Club colors – Blue and Gold
WWC Club motto – Service and Friendship
WWC Club song – America The Beautiful
Who Are We?
The Woodbridge Woman’s Club (WWC) is a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, the GFWC of Virginia, and the GFWC Northern District.
The purpose of this non-profit organization is that, through volunteering, members provide service to the community, have an opportunity to develop skills, exchange ideas and form life long friendships. The programs you see here are just the tip of the iceberg of our community involvement. We also volunteer with reading and math programs at our adopted elementary school, mentor young women in our “Juniorettes” club, and participate in numerous local environmental activities.
Any woman interested in the purpose for which the club is organized shall be eligible for membership. Becoming a GFWC member means joining a local GFWC club where more than 125,000 members are actively engaged in volunteer community service in approximately 4,000 clubs across the globe. Membership provides opportunities to develop leadership skills, exchange ideas, and form lifelong friendships. To join, send an email to: Woodbridgewomansclub@gmail.com
Woodbridge Woman’s Club
2017-2019 Executive Board Members
President: Phyllis Zimmerman
Vice President: Lucy Williams
Secretary: Kathryn McNeely
Treasurer: Carol Bowen
Arts: Mary Ann Nolton
Education: Sylvia Hoffmeier
Home Life : Jo Petty
GFWC Advancement Areas Chairpersons
Communications: Rosemarie Fitzsimmons
Fundraising: Lucy Williams
Membership: Karen Cavanaugh
WWC Projects Chairpersons
Courtesy: Marti Seers
Events Coordinator: Mary Ann Nolton
Parliamentarian/Historian: Pat White
Speaker Program: Lucy Williams
As a 501(c)(3) charity non-profit organization contributions/donations to the Woodbridge Woman’s Club are tax deductible under the U.S. Tax Laws.
Historic WWC Dates
Date Organized – March 15, 1965
Date Federated – April 6, 1965
Date Incorporated – May 11, 1983
Date 501 (c)(3) status approved – November 2, 2009