GFWC Virginia Calendar

MAY 2019
2-5 GFWC Virginia Convention, Richmond   
  Call to the 2019 GFWC Virginia Convention  
  Registration Form   Word Doc     PDF
31 The Virginia Clubwoman Submission Deadline
JUNE 2019
Jennie Award Application Deadline


Deadline for District Presidents to submit Virginia LEADS applications to Virginia LEADS Coordinator


GFWC LEADS, JW Marriott, Austin, TX

29-July 1 GFWC Convention, JW Marriott, Austin, TX
10 GFWC Virginia Executive Board Meeting
11 GFWC Virginia LEADS, Appomattox Inn and Suites
16 The Virginia Clubwoman Submission Deadline
16-19 GFWC Board of Directors Meeting, Omni Shoreham, Washington, DC
26-29 Southeastern Region Conference, Westin, Richmond, VA
4 GFWC Holiday Reception, GFWC Headquarters, Washington, DC
21 The Virginia Clubwoman Submission Deadline
APRIL 2020
19-25 Volunteers In Action Week
24 Federation Day
JUNE 2020
5 The Virginia Clubwoman Submission Deadline
27-30 GFWC Convention, Sheraton, Atlanta, GA

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Meeting Highlights and Tips

  • Encourage fellow club members to attend.

  • Send in your registration.  Check to see if your club plans to do this as a group.  For GFWC Virginia meetings you can find a form online on the CALENDAR page or in The Virginia Clubwoman.

  • Reserve a hotel room, if necessary.  Mention the event for possible special room rates.

  • Carpool with members in your club and in clubs nearby.

  • Come to the meeting ready to make new friends, gather new ideas for club projects, learn about the organization, and have fun!

  • If you are attending a Convention be sure to bring your Call.

Unity in Diversity

GFWC’s motto is Unity in Diversity. It was first used in a speech given by New York clubwoman Ella Dietz Clymer at a banquet for Sorosis, one of the founding clubs of GFWC, on March 20, 1889. Ella’s words, “unity in diversity,” expressed her hope that the women of Sorosis would “form a lasting union of the women's clubs throughout the United States and possibly throughout the world. We do not feel that sectional differences will separate us; on the contrary, we hope that these very differences will form a bond of sympathy.”