GFWC Woman's Club of Laurel, Inc.

Montgomery County District
Contact : wclaurel@yahoo.com

Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/GFWC-Womans-Club-of-laurel/837448686273644

Organized in 1910. Joined the GFWC and MFWC in 1912

WC Laurel Clubhouse

2022-2024 Officers

President--Theresa Pfister

First Vice President (Programs):  Linda Hammil

Second Vice President (Ways and Means):  Christine Johnson

Third Vice President (Membership):  Beth West

Recording Secretary:  Diane Hill

Corresponding Secretary:  Lorraine Kelly

Treasurer:  Tracy MacLaren

Director:  Delysha Henry


Schedule of meetings and events to be determined pending COVID-19 developments.

Upcoming Events

Saturday, December 2, 2023--Milk and Cookies with Santa. 
    Enjoy delicious, home baked cookies, and let the children visit with Santa in a cozy, relaxed atmosphere.  
    Sessions at 12 noon, 1:00 p.m., and 2:00 p.m., in our historic clubhouse at 384 Main Street in Laurel.  
    Paid reservations are required. 
    For reservations/information contact Dee at deedombrowski@verizon.net or 301-490-2060.

Club News


Installation of officers for the 2022-2024 administrationInstallation of officers for the 2022-2024 administration

Making Maryland proud winning 4th place in the 2016 Community Improvement Program at the GFWC Annual Convention in Baltimore.

Some of the food collected at the GFWC Maryland Convention in Columbia, Maryland, April 21-22, 2018.  Thank you to the awesome Maryland clubwomen for their generous support of our club’s Weekend Tummy Tamers program.  This project supplies weekend bags of food to local elementary school children who have been identified as food insecure.

 Just a sampling of the various items which are sent home weekly as part of our Weekend Tummy Tamers program. 

We were honored to have GFWC President-elect Babs Condon as our guest and installing officer at our 2014 installation, held at the Ram’s Head Tavern in Savage Mill.

Our clubhouse, located in the Laurel Main Street Historic District, served as the refreshment stop on the Laurel Historical Society’s Holiday House Tour.  We were proud to show off our club’s hospitality as we welcomed the community into our lovely home.

Our building, once a millinery shop, was donated to the Woman’s Club of Laurel jointly with the Laurel Library in 1929.  Since 1967, it has served exclusively as our clubhouse.  

A display highlighting the building’s history included this sign which used to hang in front of our clubhouse, and is now a treasured memento of our proud history.

Our members got to work right away at our first meeting of the 2014-2015 club year, laminating parent suggestion cards for our “Literacy for Little Ones” project.  The cards are included with free books distributed to pre-k students at a local elementary school.  This program is done in cooperation with Side by Side, a local educational support organization.










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