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Women's Association

The Warwick Women’s Association (WWA)

The Women of Warwick make possible a variety of activities that enrich Warwick membership for all. Members enjoy sharing our efforts to sustain the reputation of Warwick Hills as a club known for exceptional activities for its members. Most of all, we look forward to building lifelong friendships.

Many Warwick ladies participate in one or more activities: golf, tennis, wine tasting, mahjong, bridge, and our new activities which include bocce ball, euchre, yoga, and a book club. There’s something for everyone at Warwick! Best of all, our ladies extend a warm welcome to new members looking to meet people and take part in new experiences.

The Warwick Women's Association has a long standing tradition at Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club, beginning in the early 1960's. Each year members are asked to make a nominal contribution to the Warwick Women's Association. It is through the members generosity that WWA enhances various activities and events.

Regardless of whether you’re new to Warwick or a long time member, we hope that you are aware of how WWA is contributing to our Club in a meaningful way. And if you have a friend considering joining Warwick, we hope you will pass this along to illustrate that at Warwick, our ladies invest in the future of our Club!

A Legacy of Giving Back

Warwick women enjoy giving back to our community. For many years, the Warwick Women's Association has hosted golf events benefiting breast cancer research and helping those in need. In the past, they've worked with the Susan G. Komen Organization through "Rally for the Cure" and more recently, the Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute. Since 2013, they've earned in excess of $70,000 for the Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute through The Pink Par Tee golf, tennis, and Bocce Ball activities.

The Warwick Women's Association also contributes to the beautification of Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club. 

Here are just a few examples of past WWA contributions:

  • Electric Shoe Cleaner outside of Bag Room 
  • $1,000 contribution toward the clock tower
  • Heaters for the patio area
  • Beautification of the area surrounding the Tennis Courts
  • Chandeliers in the refurbished Grille Room
  • Fabric and recovering of clubhouse chairs
  • Volley Ball set for the Cabana
  • Adirondack chairs for the Driving Range

Interested in learning more? Please check our the WWA Newsletter! 

WWA Spring 2017 Newsletter

WWA Summer 2017 Newsletter


2017 WWA Board Members

President - Laurie Van Wormer

Vice President - Roxanne Steffe

Secretary - Meredith Hamo

Treasurer - Pat DeMarco

Assistant Treasurer - Barb Walker

Golf Chair - Lynne Parker-Farms

Tennis Chair - Joanne Evans

Please contact Laurie Van Wormer, the WWA President, at mlvanwormer@att.net if you are interested in learning more about the Warwick Women’s Association.