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!
Teddy Bear Collection is Back! February 3-8, 2022 Click here for more information
RWC Luncheon/General Meeting - First Thursday each month (Sep-Jun)
Community Svc - 1pm - 2nd Monday of the month
Fundraising - 3 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
Joining the Regency Women's Club is Easy
We always welcome new members and are renewing memberships for the
2021 -2022 club year
Sign up at the next meeting, or, send the completed form, with a $25 check made payable to "Regency Women's Club"
Mail to RWC
PO Box 145
Haymarket, VA 20168
You can obtain the form at the link below, or at the RWC luncheons.
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.
RWC February 3, 2022 Luncheon Registration is Now Open!
Please join us at the Regency Clubhouse on Thursday, February 3, 2022,
for the RWC Luncheon
where we will welcome
KIm Miller, Prince William County’s Poet Laureate!
11:30 am - Social time to meet, greet, buy raffle tickets
12:00 pm Lunch is served
1:00 pm Luncheon Program
You may make your reservation using this link to the Regency HOA calendar
Deadline for reservations or cancellations is Sunday January 31, 2022
Regency Women's Club Community Drive for the Haymarket Food Pantry
Regency Cares, February 1, 2022, Community Wide Drive
Please circle Tuesday, February 1, 2022 on your calendars!
Once again, the Regency Women's Club is seeking your donations to benefit the Haymarket Regional Food Pantry. As you may be aware, the past two years have been extremely difficult for many area families. Over that time the numbers of people seeking assistance from the Haymarket Regional Food Pantry have dramatically increased. While donations of food items are greatly appreciated, monetary donations allow the Pantry volunteers to bulk purchase perishable items such as milk, bread, fruits, meat, and baby formula. Due to the cold weather, we are limiting this collection to monetary donations.
On Tuesday, February 1, 2022 we are asking Regency single-family home and Georgetown residents to place their donations in the newspaper slot under their mailboxes between 9 am-2pm.
RWC Community Service members and volunteers will collect the donations from the boxes after 3:00 pm.
For Condo residents: Signs will be in Greenbrier lobbies indicating where residents can drop off their envelopes in designated baskets from 9am-2pm.
Pick up after 3pm by Condo Captain or Designee.
Monetary donations may also be taken to the Clubhouse ballroom from 11am-5pm where volunteers will be there to accept your donation. (CoVid restrictions permitting).
Please make checks payable to the Haymarket Regional Food Pantry, indicating RWC in the comment line. And, seal the check in an envelope marked Haymarket Regional Food Pantry.
Boxes of Basics Update
We are grateful for our Regency community’s continued support of our charity of the year, Boxes of Basics.
Thanks to our community and the hardworking RWC members, we were able to give a mid-year donation to Boxes of Basics for their work with local children in need. Boxes of Basic provided wardrobes for 490 needy children last year. Funds raised at the Oktoberfest & Sweet Shop in the amount of $6,000 will help start the year off for so many in need.
Pictured here: Mary Eichelberger, Joan Hughes, Nancy Converse, and Liz Anderson presenting the check to Sarah Tyndall of Boxes of Basics.
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.
We wish you a very happy and healthy holiday season.
You are the bright lights.
December 2, 2021 Luncheon Highlights
We were so happy to welcome back Doug Burroughs to our
festive December luncheon!
Doug created beautiful arrangements and shared trade secrets for creating them at home. Some if his tips suggested gathering greens from around Regency!
Our raffle winners took home his freshly made arrangements, and Mary Ginty's jams.
Congratulations to our raffle winners!
Patti Sommers, Sue Reitzig, Darcee Trigger, Heather Cohen, Peggy Grady, Jane Brown, Fran McGuire, Donna Jones, Karen Nizialek, Maureen Ivers, Lee Lipscomb,
and Joyce Cantrell!
And, thanks to all who support the raffle each month.
It makes a huge difference in a student's future.
Please click here to see more info and photos from the luncheon
The Regency Women's Club Board of Directors
President Joan Hughes
Executive Vice-President Nancy Converse
Vice-President of Programs Diana Taplin
Vice-President of Community Service Pat Valle
Vice-President of Fund Raising Mary Eichelberger
Treasurer Carol Bowen
Recording Secretaries Heather Cohen
Corresponding Secretary Liz Anderson
Membership Chair (Appointed) Sandi McNickle
By-Laws Chair (Appointed). Liz Coughlin
Publicity Chair (Appointed) Lee Lipscomb
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 2021-2022 season.
The new form is here for printing.