Having a good time for a good cause.
The New Dominion Women’s Club hosted the “Second Annual Whiskey Tasting” to support local charity organizations. The event was held at a beautiful new home in the River Oaks neighborhood provided by Capital City Builders. At this tasting, local whiskey connoisseur, Joe Nelson, carefully selected unique spirits to savor and talked about their crafting. Hors d’oeuvres were served to complement the tasting. It was an enjoyable and educational event.
Alina LeMay, NDWC president, announced new beneficiaries will be the Falls Church/McLean Children’s Center, McLean Project for the Arts, Safe Community Coalition, and SHARE. The club will host additional fundraising events to support these organizations until June 2016.
Monica Gibson was the chair of “Second Annual Whiskey Tasting” event committee. Other members on the planning committee included Kimberly Coer, MaryAnn Miller, Karen Martins, Joan Murray, Stacie Steinke and Roxanne Nunes.
New Dominion Women’s Club is a civic organization established in 1968 to help local charities and promote fellowship among women. The mission of the club is to support and cultivate the civic, cultural, educational and environmental welfare of the community through volunteer service and / or financial support. NDWC is actively involved with coordinating the Children’s Art Walk for the McLean Project for the Arts, Reading is Fundamental at the Falls Church/McLean Children’s Center, Adopt-a-Highway on Westmoreland Street, and SHARE through helping less fortunate clients who participate in the food pantry, holiday event and backpack for school children’s programs. Monthly meetings provide the opportunity to share ideas and establish friendships with a diverse group of women. For more information, visit www.ndwc.org.