The Coppell Women's Club

203 members | Coppell, Texas



President's Messag
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Happy New Year! The year of 2023 is a very special year for our club. It is our 50th year anniversary.

Our first president was Linda Carter in 1973, followed by Barbara Austin in 1974. For the first thirty years, presidents served only one year. As CWC grew, leadership began to serve longer terms and in 1994 Joyce Wubbena was the first president to serve more than one year. Since then, seven ladies have been president for more than one year. In the half century of our existence, we have had forty-two outstanding leaders.

Over time we have grown from a small club to meetings with many 120 women attending. During the early days of the club our meetings were in the homes of officers and lunch was provided. In the beginning there were no Special Interest Groups; now we have many SIGs and continue to add more each year. 

We are a viable organization that continues to grow and change with even greater possibilities for the future.

 
2023 will be a year in which we celebrate our organization!

Lee Nitcholas, CWC President
Emceeing at this year's Holiday Luncheon

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We 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.



Thank you to all who contributed to our December Community Service. 
Santa's organizer Margot Hornsby and her helpers Marilyn Scott and Julie McKee 
made forty-two Coppell children's Chrismtases a little brighter this year.
 

Pictured: Jean Niederkorn, Margot Hornsby, Marilyn Scott, Beverly Smith and Rhonda Wieboldt
Check out our exciting programs for the 2023 new year!

February 1, 2023
Jill Rumbley Beam
Humorist, Flutist
Jill’s energetic style and hilarious take on life will have you smiling! Don’t miss this uplifting program.
 
March 1, 2023
Tracy Walder
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.
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.
 
April 5, 2023
Scott Starnes
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
Spring Luncheon
Check back for more details

 


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