Our next program is just in time for Spring. April General Meeting
Wednesday, April 5, 2023
Church of Apostles
322 S MacArthur Blvd.
Scott Starnes with Milano Hat Company will share stories, pass around a variety of hats, show videos and describe how hats are made and marketed.
What a treat if we all would wear our favorite hat at our April meeting.
Doors open at 10:30 am for socializing with presentation beginning at 11:00 am.
Mark your calendars for our CWC's spring luncheon.
Please join us on Wednesday, May 3, 2023 at Season's 52.
7300 Lone Star Drive, Suite C100
Time: 11:00 am
You can expect a wonderful meal at Seasons 52! We will be served one of their signature flat bread pizzas as an appetizer, have a choice from three seasonal entrees, and finish with a tasty dessert. Alcoholic beverages may be purchased from the table. The cost for members and guests is $45 which includes tax, gratuity and valet parking. (It does not include tip for valet parking).
The restaurant opens at 11 am so no need to show up any earlier. There is ample parking and (included) valet parking, but feel free to reach out to other members if you would like to carpool.
We have several ways for you to confirm your spot for this year's Spring luncheon:
* Pay with cash or check at the April's general meeting of $45
* Mail a check to: CWC, PO Box 1692, Coppell, TX 75019
* Pay via Zelle to firstname.lastname@example.org (noting your name and your guests name in the message line).
*Make an online payment by clicking the button below NOTE: there is a $5 online service fee.
We will be collecting donations at our April General Meeting for MetroCrest. Please consider donating any type of toiletries: feminine hygiene products; diapers and non-perishable food items for their pantry. Monetary donations are also welcomed.
2023-2024 Slated Officers
The nominating committe is happy (and proud) to announce the slated officers for next year's board.
President Lee Nitcholas
Vice President Peggy Quinn
Secretary Barbara Yarbrough
Treasurer Jill Riley
Membership Linda Chouffet
Programs Pat Enlow and Kathy Freitas
Communications Mary Lovell
Web Administrator Gina Calabro
Hospitality Angela Milligan
Community Service Margot Hornsby
Publicity Kathy McBrayer
Social Media Michelle LaFountain
Special Interest Groups Patty Unger
Sunshine Kay Adams
Ambassador Co-Chairs Bette Westcoat and Jean Neiderkorn
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Join the Coppell Women's ClubWe are an unincorporated nonprofit group of women who share an interest in the city of Coppell,TX. We are a non-discriminatory and non-political organization. All-female residents of Coppell and surrounding communities are welcome to join CWC.
Our general meetings are on the first Wednesday of the month at 10:30am and our held at
Church of the Apostles, 322 S. MacArthur Blvd., Coppell, TX.
We have a great Board this year with wonderful programs and refreshments. Looking forward to seeing everyone this year at the meetings and our Special Interest Groups events.
Front Row from left to right:
Barbara Yarbrough, Pat Enlow, Kay Adams, Lee Nitcholas, Peggy Quinn,Julie Reinhart
Back Row from left to right:
Karen Douglas, Michelle LaFountain, Jill Riley, Linda Chouffet, Jean Niederkorn, Bette Wescoat, Margot Hornsby, Barbara Messer, Angela Milligan
Not pictured: Rhonda Wieboldt, Tami Seaton and Tess Nordick
The Coppell Women's Club (CWC) was founded in 1973 to promote friendship and a strong community among all women who have an interest in Coppell and to preserve the charm and small-town atmosphere through interesting social and cultural activities including Community Service.
Club meetings are generally held the first Wednesday of each month throughout the traditional "academic" year. At these meetings, we share Club news as well as social time and monthly programs of general interest and popularity. In addition, most members join four or more SIGs (special interest groups) where they get to know one another and share mutual interests with other members. Club-wide luncheons twice a year-round out our Club year.
We send newsletters with meeting information to members only. For more details about the Club, check us out on FaceBook or Twitter.
Our holiday luncheon was a treat for all who attended. It was on December 7th at Hackberry Country Club located at 1901 W Royal Lane, Irving.
A special thank you to our luncheon planners Rhonda Wieboldt and Karen Douglas. Outstanding shopping and vendors made it another event that was enjoyed by all who attended.
Check out our exciting programs for the 2023 new year!
February 1, 2023
Jill Rumbley Beam
Jill’s energetic style and hilarious take on life will have you smiling! Don’t miss this uplifting program.March 1, 2023
Former CIA Agent and
Author of The Unexpected Spy
Mystery! Intrigue! Danger! Tracy shares her true story of being recruited by the CIA while a college student and sorority sister.April 5, 2023
She spent five years as a covert operative for the CIA’s counterterrorism center assuming aliases, thwarting terrorist attacks, and hiding in the trunks of cars on her way to debrief terrorists at black sites.
Milano Hat Company
Do you know what the Kentucky Derby, Bruno Mars, and Kenny Chesney have in common? The Milano Hat Company is the official hatmaker for all three! Scott will share stories, pass around a variety of hats, show videos, and describe how hats are made and marketed. We would love to see you wearing your favorite hat at our April meeting!May 3, 2023
Season's 52 in Plano
Additional information will be coming soon!
Thank you for all the support from our local businesses!
Brooke Bradley-Edward Jones Financial
Susan Cole - Cruise Planner
Sue Hoker - KellerWilliams
Karen Hunt - Frost Bank
Mary Newton - BEAUTYCOUNTER
Jill Riley - Griffin Realty Group
Susan Sigler--Card My Yard
Rhonda Wieboldt-Roden and Fields
Michelle Zenici--Missy's Cottage Bakery