Believe, Commit, and Serve
We have been busy!
Thanks to our dedicated members and our generous Regency community we have been able to provide much needed support to our local community.
Please visit the Projects Page to see the results!
It's Survey Time!
Your opinion is important to us, and helps us improve and plan programs, projects, and fundraisers.
Please print and complete the survey and return it to Lee Lipscomb's home (address on the survey form)
Click here to print the survey form
RWC Luncheon/General Meeting - First Thursday each month (Sep-Jun)
Community Svc - 1pm - 2nd Monday of the month
Fundraising - 3:30 pm - 2nd Wednesday
Programs - TBA
RWC Board Mtg - 2pm on the 3rd Wednesday of the month
Publicity - As Required
Membership - As Required
All meetings are in the Clubhouse, unless otherwise noted
NVFS Back to School Drive
Tuesday, July 26, 2022
9 am - 4 pm
Joining the Regency Women's Club is Easy
We will open up membership renewals and new memberships in June 2022 for the
2022 -2023 club year
Membership Form Here
Please send the completed form, with a $30 check made payable to "Regency Women's Club"
Mail to RWC
PO Box 145
Haymarket, VA 20168
Founded in April 2006, Regency Women's Club is open to all women in the Regency at Dominion Valley community.
General membership luncheon meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at the Regency clubhouse.
Wishing you all a wonderful Summer!
The RWC will be busy planning for the coming season and look forward to another year of charity, friendship, and community outreach.
We look forward to the Back To School Drive on July 26thl
And, you may continue to support the Haymarket Regional Food Pantry throughout the summer. To donate online, please visit their website at: https://haymarketfoodpantry.org/ or, you may mail your donation to:
Haymarket Regional Food Pantry
7669 Limestone Dr #105, Gainesville, VA 20155
RWC Community wide Back to School Drive for
Northern Virginia Family Services – Tuesday, July 26, 2022
It seems as though summer break has just begun, but we’re already preparing for the Northern Virginia Family Services Annual Back to School Drive on Tuesday, July 26, 2022.
You may bring your items to the Clubhouse Portico from 9am - 4pm.
Additionally, a drop off box will be available in the Clubhouse vestibule on Monday, July 25th.
Believe it or not, supplies will start appearing on the store shelves very soon. If you would like to support this RWC sponsored project, please use the list below. Of course, monetary donations are also accepted. If you like, you can find out more at the NVFS website: https://www.nvfs.org/support/back-to-school/
NVFS School Supply Wish List · Large middle & high school backpacks (minimum size 13” x 18” x 8”) – no wheels, please · Regular size elementary backpacks (minimum size 12” x 16” x 6”) – no wheels, please · Ball point pens (blue or black) · Binders (1” – 2”) · Colored Pencils (12 ct.) · Composition Books (college & wide-ruled) · Crayons (24 ct.) · Dry Erase Markers · Glue Bottles · Glue Sticks · Lined Index Cards (3” x 5”) · Loose-Leaf Paper (college) · Markers (broad-tip, 8 ct.) · Markers (thin-tip, 10 ct.) · No. 2 Pencils · Pencil Sharpeners · Pink Wedge Erasers (latex-free) · Plastic Folders (with brads) · Plastic Supply Boxes (8” x 5”) · Blunt-Tip Safety Scissors · Pointed Safety Scissors · Sticky Notes · Spiral Notebooks (college & wide-ruled) · Subject Dividers for Binders · Yellow Highlighters · Zippered Pencil Pouches (for 3-ring binders)
A Little More about NVFS and the Back2School Drive
The NVFS Back2School Drive typically takes place in late July/early August and provides 1200+ backpacks to local students ranging from Kindergarten – 12th grade. We collect backpacks and school supplies based off of local school supply lists. Backpacks are distributed to NVFS clients in Prince William, Fairfax, Loudoun and Arlington Counties, as well as Manassas City and Manassas Park. Each child receives a backpack specifically packed for their current grade in school. When you support NVFS’ Back2School drive, you will equip each student with the tools to face any school-day challenge. Rather than feeling embarrassed or stressed because they don’t have the right supplies, they will excited to learn and be ready to conquer the classroom.
As we plan our upcoming 2022-2023 season, we rely on your opinion and recommendations for programs, projects, fundraisers, and charities. We encourage you to print and complete the attached survey to assist us in our planning. We thank those of you who have given a lot of thought to the forms you submitted recently.
You may print the survey by clicking here
Please drop the completed form in Lee Lipscomb’s paper slot at
5479 Rodriquez Lane by June 30, 2022
Meet our newly installed 2022-23 RWC Board
President Nancy Converse Executive Vice President Joan Hughes
Vice -President of Programs Diana Taplin
Vice President of Community Service. Pat Valle
Vice-President of Fund-Raising Mary Howell
Treasurer Carol Bowen
Recording Secretaries Glenna Toppen
Mary Jo Rigby
Corresponding Secretary Sandi McNickle
Serving at the discretion of the RWC President:
Membership Chair Liz Anderson
Publicity Chair Lee Lipscomb
By-Laws Chair Liz Coughlin
Highlights from the June 2, 2022 RWC Luncheon
Prior to the luncheon we presented checks to the representatives from the Greater Manassas Team Quest Youth Project, and to the Friends of the Gainesville Library Garden Project.
Louise Worley gave the Thought for the Day
She read an original work written by her Mother, entitled
A Sure Way to a Happy Day;
and followed up with an excerpt from Betty White's book, If You Ask Me.
We welcomed and honored our 2022 Battlefield High School Scholarship Recipients, Pavneet Cheema and Erika Mousa, who are heading off to Northern Virginia Community College.
Our NoVA nursing students' thank you letters were read in their absence. They are: Puja Rudra and Saita Tripathi
We then presented a check to Sarah Tyndall, Boxes of Basics founder, and our charity of this past season.
Following the presentations, Liz Coughlin installed the 2022-23 RWC Board.
Congratulations to our Raffle winners: Faye Graul, Carol Bowen, Heather Cohen, Pat Hovan, Joyce Eliassen, Lee Lipscomb, and Sophie Burkat!
Please click here for more about the luncheon and see more photos!
Thank you from the Regency Women’s Club
As you may know, the RWC’s primary mission is to serve the community through charitable projects and fundraisers.
The Regency at Dominion Valley community never ceases to amaze us through your generosity and caring support of these efforts.
This past year you have helped us meet, and more often, exceed our goals.
The food and monetary donations, donations of teddy bears, coat and school supplies, blood donations, Angel Tree participation, glasses collections, and more have made a difference in our surrounding community.
Every single thing you do helps someone else. For that we are truly grateful.
You are the bright lights.
Whether we work from home, or can once again work together, there are many and varied opportunities for you to share your talents and ideas. The Fundraising Committee, Publicity Committee, and Membership Committee could really put those to good use.
We invite you to join us and participate in keeping the Regency tradition of service, generosity, and friendship moving forward this year.
Thanks to so many of you for coming out, volunteering, and supporting our club and the charitable works we do every month.
We have begun our Membership Drive for the 2022-23 season.
The new form is here for printing.