Dear Members of Prince William Committee of 100,
May 18th will be a big night at the Rockledge Mansion in Occoquan! 

Our program for our May 18th Annual meeting at Rockledge Mansion has changed!  

The new topic, Play Ball? Will have a panel discussion on the pros and cons of the proposed baseball Potomac Nationals Stadium moving to Potomac Town Center at Stonebridge.

 Our panelists that evening will include:

Gainesville District Supervisor Peter K. Candland

 -Local stadium opponent

Woodbridge District Supervisor Frank J. Principi

 -Local stadium proponent


Tom Sebastian

 - JBG Companies, Owner Potomac Town Center


Roger Snyder

 -Local stadium opponent and formerly of the PWC Planning Department


It promises to be a rousing debate on the pros and cons of this local proposal, so please join us. 

According to Article X,2 C of our bylaws: Nomination and Election Process
A list of candidates for election will be presented by the Nominating Committee at the annual general membership meeting and additional nominations may be made from the floor during the meeting with the consent of the person nominated.  The election shall be by majority vote of those members present and voting.  Voting shall be by show of hands for uncontested races, or by secret ballot for contested races. 

The list of nominees is attached.  To view them, click Nominations for 2017 Officers and Board
The topic, Career or Volunteer Fire Rescue Personnel?, will have a panel discussing both sides of the issue.  The panel will be published soon, but it is important that you save the date and plan to attend this very important meeting.
Please come, and renew your membership at the same time.  

Ann Wheeler
President, PWC100

Carol Proven: carol.proven01@gmail.com 

Please note:  An RSVP is requested from everyone for planning purposes only. There is no charge for the program. Dinner is $25.00/person for members, $30 for non-members.

 Prince William Committee of 100        2017-2018 Program Year

      The  Prince William Committee of 100 provides a non-partisan, educational forum to study essential interests, problems and goals of the people of Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park
 New and Renewing memberships, only $30.00 per year. 

Let us hear from you. Click here to send your suggestions

COMMUNICATION  page for reference to online forms for membership applications and change of directory data.

CURRENT NEWS Delegate Rich Anderson, presented a joint House-Senate Memorial Resolution celebrating the life of the late William H. (Bill) Mastbrook, one of the founders of PWC-100.

RESERVATIONS page for instructions on making reservations to our dinners and programs.

We have just concluded our 26th year of service to Prince William County and the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park with another year of great programs focusing on elections and issues of interest to the local communities. 

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