The Coppell Women's Club

232 members | Coppell, Texas

President's Letter 2023

This is a banner year for the Coppell Women's Club!
We celebrate our 50th anniversary.
We have grown to over 207 members, the largest number of members in our Club's history.
We are the largest civic organization of our kind in our city.
This is a year to celebrate.

We kicked off our year with our Welcome Back Coffee and
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) Showcase.
Turnout was outstanding with about 100 attending.
In October, we will celebrate our Golden Anniversary with a reception at the Royal Affairs Ballroom in Lewisville!

Your Executive Board is hard at work planning to make our meetings the best ever.
Programs will be interesting, timely and entertaining.
Hospitality is always looking for ways to up their game and surprise us.
Plans are in the works for amazing luncheons.
Our service opportunities resume in September with
Love Thy Baby.

Come celebrate with us!

General Meeting
Wednesday, October 4
10:30 am
Church of The Apostles
322 S MacArthur, Coppell

Mark your calendars for Wednesday, October 4th
for our General Meeting! 

Our Program will include Nancy Crowe,
"How to Prevent Cognitive Decline"

Drawing from her experiences in caring for her mother, Nancy will help us with strategies to use for ourselves, family, and friends to prevent cognitive decline. Ideas for diet, foods, recipes and activities beneficial to a healthy mind will be shared.
Join the Coppell Women's Club
Price Paying Online

Regular Member: $35
Business Member: $45
Business Web/Ad additional $50

If you are paying by ZELLE:
send email to with the message line stating your name and "23-24" membership".
Mail your check to:
PO Box 1692
Coppell, TX 75019

If paying online, click below to submit your online dues:

If you were unable to make the August meeting and "Welcome Back Coffee", you can still sign up for Special Interest Groups (SIGs), click on Special Interest Group link on the right side of our website under "links".  


Each September, Coppell Women’s Club supports Love Thy Baby (LTB). This time of year, Love Thy Baby starts to gather sleepers, gowns and socks for the Christmas bags and provide to Parkland and JPS each December. Over 80 bags with newborn sized clothing and 320 with 0-3 sized clothing. In addition, LTB provides a receiving blanket, toy, burp cloth and bib created by talented volunteers.  Any additional items are very much appreciated.

​Wishlists at Amazon, Walmart and Target have been created with examples of what is needed. If you prefer to purchase similar items in stores or other online sites, or to make a cash donation.

Love Thy Baby is a program of Flower Mound 501(c)3 Love Thy Neighbor. You can further support them by selecting Love Thy Neighbor as the charity you support under Amazon Smiles.

Any further questions, feel free to reach out to Community Service Board Member Carol Stiffler @ 


Coppell Women’s Club 2023-2024 – Board Members

President – Lee Nitcholas
Vice President – Peggy Quinn
Secretary - Barbara Yarbrough
Treasurer - Jill (Riley) Hall
Membership – Linda Chouffet
Programs – Pat Enlow and Kathy Freitas
Luncheons – Rhonda Wieboldt and Julie Reinhart
Communications – Mary Lovell
Web Administrator - Gina Calabro
Hospitality – Angela Milligan
Community Services – Carol Stiffler
Publicity - Kathy McBrayer
Social Media – Michelle LaFountain
Special Interest Groups – Patty Unger
Sunshine – Kay Adams
Ambassadors – Bette Wescoat and Jean Niederkorn

Seated (L to R): Mary Lovell, Michelle LaFountain, Jill (Riley) Hall, Lee Nitcholas, Peggy Quinn, Barbara Yarbrough, Patty Unger
Standing (L to R): Pat Enlow, Bette Wescoat, Rhonda Wieboldt, Kathy Freitas, Angela Milligan, Kay Adams, Jean Neiderkorn, Julie Reinhart, Gina Calabro, Linda Chouffet

Not pictured: Kathy McBrayer and Carol Stiffler

Coppell Women's Club 50th Anniversary Celebration
IF ANYONE HAS PHOTOS from our 'early days,
please contact Michelle LaFountain

This special anniversary will occur
October 18 at Royal Affairs Ballroom
   140 East Main Street, Lewisville
           2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

IN 1973:
*  Secretariat won the Triple Crown
*  Bi
lly Jean King won "The Battle of the Sexes"
*  "The Sting" and "The Exorcist" were top-grossing movies
*  "Tie a Yellow Ribbon" was on top of the Billboard 100
*  DFW Airport was dedicated in September
*  The 1970 U.S. Census reported Coppell's population as 1,728
*  Coppell Women's Club was founded
Celebrate with us!
Space is limited and this event is for MEMBERS ONLY!
Members can make reservations now!

Earlybird tickets will be sold through and including September 22:
Cash/Check:   $10
Zelle( $10
Online:   $15
After September 23 through October 5 tickets are:
Cash/Check:   $15
Zelle( $15
 Online:            $20

 Ticket sales must close October 5 and
no refunds can be offered after this date.

You can bring your cash/check/money order to the
 September 6th or October 4th meeting
or mail to:
P.O. Box 1692
Coppell, TX 75019 
Please put your name in the message line if you use Zelle for your payment.
Use the button below for online payments:

50th Anniversary

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Join the Coppell Women's Club
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.

Programs for our 2023-2024
Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

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 are planned twice a year (fee for attendees)

We send newsletters with meeting information to members only.

For more details about the Club, check us out on FaceBook or Twitter

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
Jill Riley - Griffin Realty Group
Susan Sigler--Card My Yard
Rhonda Wieboldt-Roden and Fields
Michelle Zenici--Missy's Cottage Bakery