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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.


President: Mildred Thompson

1st Vice President:

Karen Daniels
2nd Vice President:Linda Regan
Recording Secretary: Wanda Miller
Corresponding Secretary:Helen Bowers
Treasurer:Phyllis Ainsworth
Assistant Treasurer:Rosemarie Lazo
ParliamentarianDaisy Logan


 The Woman's Club of McLean has retired until Monday, August 18 when the Board of Directors will meet for the first meeting of the 2014-2015 term.  If anyone wishes information, please contact President, Millie Thompson at 703/356-3646/ 


Woman's Club Past President, Ms. Nancy Lang, recently had eight of hers poems published.  The name of the book is "POEMS FOUND IN A LITTLE BOX IN THE ATTIC" edited by Anthony G. Bennett

The book contains 53 intriguing poems by eight intriguing women.  The book was published by Blue Orb Books of McLean, VA and can be viewed and purchased on line at www.BlueOrbBooks.com 


June - A trip to New York's Hudson Valley.  Reservations are required.  Contact Barbara Kiker.  Seats are limited

July 9 - Craft Committee will meet.  Come prepared to stuff dolls, make coasters, crochet Christmas ornaments, prepare jars for holding of cookie dough, soup ingredience and sewing kit essentials and the making of topiaries.  These items will be sold at this year's Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe. 

July 25-27 -  Great Train Ride Trip to West Virginia.  Interested individuals contact Barbara Kiker.

What is happening at the Woman's Club of McLean --

o  Crafters/Vendors are being signed-up for the annual Holiday Homes House Tour and MarketPlace to be held on Thursday, December 4, 2014.  Interested individuals contact 703/356-0089 for more information or to secure a spot at Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe. 

o Congratulations to those ladies who won awards at the District and State levels this year in Arts and Crafts. 

o  Financial support provided for two young ladies, one from McLean High School and one from Langley High School, selected for the Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership program.

o  Financial awards given to four Middle School Music Students - two each from Cooper and Longfellow Middle Schools

o  Safety Awards given to ten Elementary School Students along with checks to each school for the Safety Program and the County Police for their Safety Program. 

Plans being developed for the Annual Holiday Homes Tour and MarketPlace (Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe) to be held on Thursday, December 4, 2014 - SAVE THE DATE!


                                                                   SAVE THE DATE - DECEMBER 4, 2014


                                                                     (YE OLE CHRISTMAS SHOPPE)

                                                               TOUR TICKETS STILL ONLY $25.00 IN ADVANCE

                                                                            $30.00 DAY OF THE TOUR

                                                              YE OLE CHRISTMAS SHOPPE IS FREE TO ALL






A member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs and the GFWC of Virginia
A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization

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