Join a WFRW club near you today!
To find a club near you, click any of the links below and join one of the most influential groups of women in the country! You may join one club at the regular member price and become an associate (or dual) member of another club at reduced club dues. There are lots of options. Please contact a local club officer. She'd love to hear from you!
County Club (Year Chartered) - Club President (with links to the club website)
Brown - Sandy Duckett
Chippewa - Karen Mueller
Dane (1947) - Nancy Bartlett
Dodge - Susan Caine
Eau Claire (1984) - Dorothy Westermann
Grant (1950) - Marcella Danti
Jefferson - Debra Stein
La Crosse (1940) - Sue Lynch
Marathon (1939) - Kim Trueblood
Republican Women of Greater Milwaukee (2002) - Darlene Wink
Walworth (now a satellite club of RWGM) - Annette Guye-Kordus
Suburban Republican Women's Club (SRWC) (1965) - Jane Carpenter
Outagamie - Conservative Ladies - Lynn Murphy
Shawano - Lake Country Republican Women (1993) - Darlene Ross
Superior Douglas County Republican Women (2009) - Gwen Theien
Washington (1994) - Carolyn Turner
Waukesha (1938) - Robin Moore
Winnebago - Nancy Olson
Wood - (2015) Wanda Humphrey
Vilas - Lakeland Area (1984) - Sue Morse
If you can't find a club that works for you, consider starting one yourself! Click here for more information on how to get one going in your area.
A little about our Club Presidents
Club Presidents serve a vital role in Wisconsin informing the WFRW how things are going around the state. Recent activities are shared at quarterly meetings so that each club can become more successful and to increase the impact of our combined efforts. The synergy and energy these ladies share is amazing to witness.
Please consider volunteering to serve on your club's board.
Suburban Republican Women's Club member: "I started attending meetings to share a common experience with my mother-in-law. Who knew we'd both still be attending regularly more than 10 years later! I have found the meetings a great place to meet other conservatives, learn more about what's happening locally, and gain confidence in speaking about issues that are so important to our families and nation."