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2015 Annual Meeting & Awards Banquet

  • 11/07/2015
  • 10:30 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Embassy Suites, 2925 Emerywood Parkway, Richmond, VA 23294
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Preparing to Celebrate 100 Years in 2018!

Guest Speaker: 

JAMES BRANCH CABELL, Founder of the Virginia Writers Club in 1918

(Impersonated by VWC Member, Jack Ferguson)

10:30 a.m. Social time with Cash Bar. Book signings. Book raffle and gift basket silent auction to benefit the VWC Educational Fund.

12:00 noon Welcome and Buffet Luncheon

1:00 p.m. Speaker

1:45 p.m. Business Meeting (VWC Award Presentations, Book Raffle & Silent Auction winners announced)

Buffet includes: Mixed Baby Field Greens Salad, Fresh Diced Fruit, Chicken Dijon, Blackened Salmon in Pineapple Sauce, Chef's choice of Starch & Vegetable, Chef's choice of Dessert, Iced Tea and Water. Cash bar prior to lunch. Coffee service after lunch.



ATTENTION AUTHORS! You are invited to display and sell your new book at our Annual Meeting during the 10:30-11:45 social period. We will have a limited number of tables, so please be prepared to share space with other members. Be sure to indicate on your registration if you'll be participating.

BOOKS NEEDED FOR RAFFLE FUNDRAISER. Members are encouraged to donate a new book(s) for our annual meeting raffle to benefit the VWC Education & Scholarship Fund. It can be a member's published book, or any other new book. Books are to be brought on the day of the event and placed on the raffle table for display. Raffle tickets will be sold for $1 each at the sign-in table and during lunch. Raffle drawings will be held after lunch until all raffle items are claimed. Winners go up to the raffle table as their name is announced and pick whichever book they want.

ATTENTION VWC CHAPTERS! Gift Baskets Needed for Silent Auction Fundraiser. Each VWC Chapter is asked to contribute a gift basket to be auctioned via silent bids to benefit the VWC Education Fund. Baskets can be regional, literary, or just great gifts. Chapters should come up with a jazzy title for the basket, a list of contents and approximate values, so we can prepare the bid sheets with those details. Your chapter will be responsible for delivery to Embassy Suites on the day of the event. 


Dress Code: Informal

Cell Phone Policy: Ringers for cell phones, Blackberries and other PDA's should be in the "OFF" position.





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