Round Rock Woman’s Club Membership
- Our membership is limited to 65 outstanding women who have lived in the Round Rock community (5 mile radius) for at least two years.
- Any Potential New Member must be sponsored by 3 RRWC members who have each known the applicant for at least 1 club year.
- Accompanied by at least 1 sponsor, a Potential New Member must attend 1 regular RRWC meeting as a visitor.
- After visiting and as openings become available, the applicant’s Membership Application is presented to and voted on by RRWC.
Our Standing Committees
|Budget||Develops the budget and recommends revisions|
|By-Laws||Updates by-laws as needed|
|Cares & Concerns||Facilitates support for our members and their families|
|Citizen of the Year||Nominates a candidate for this annual Chamber of Commerce award|
|Community Outreach||Provides three luncheons annually for local senior citizens|
|Inspirational Brunch||Plans and hosts a spring brunch with music and a featured inspirational speaker|
|Membership||Monitors and promotes membership|
|Programs||Organizes programs for monthly meetings|
|Scholarship||Selects scholarship recipients from the sub-junior club (Sweethearts)|
|Soup & Bread||Organizes and plans our annual fundraiser held in February|
|Sweethearts||Sponsors from RRWC work closely with the sub-junior club (Sweethearts)|
|Social||Plans and coordinates social events for members|
|Special Projects||Evaluates written requests for funds and determines donation recipients|
|Telephone/Transportation||Provides telephone and transportation services to members as needed|
|Technology||Maintains Website and Social Media|
|Yearbook||Produces a RRWC yearbook annually for members|
Our Programs and Activities
We meet regularly in the homes of our members and enjoy diverse, entertaining programs.
Members and their guests enjoy a spring morning with inspirational music, a guest speaker and incredible food prepared by the brunch committee.
Luncheons at Community Centers
RRWC hosts three luncheons each year at some of Round Rock’s community centers. Residents at Lancehaven, Cushing, and Westwood enjoy a wonderful meal and entertainment.
Soup & Bread…and Silent Auction
RRWC’s primary fundraiser is a fabulous luncheon and auction held annually in February. It provides an opportunity for our community to come together. Soup and Bread enables us to raise funds for community projects.
RRWC provides scholarships to deserving members of our high school sub-junior club called Sweethearts.
Donations to different community organizations are considered and voted on each year by our club members. Funding comes from our main fundraiser Soup & Bread & Silent Auction.
We occasionally host an event just for fun and sometimes bring along our spouses or a guest!