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. By exploring these issues, a common understanding of problems can be reached and possible solutions offered.
The committee membership represents a diverse group of leaders from the business, civic and government communities. Members enjoy exchanging views and discussing issues in a relaxed social setting offered at meetings. Membership is open to individuals that demonstrate their interest in the affairs of the local area through participation in civic, business, cultural, humanitarian or similar activities.
The Committee meets the third Thursday of every month with the exceptions of June, July, August, and December. The forums generally consist of a panel of experts in the issue at hand and includes both local, area, and national figures.
Examples of past discussions include: Virginia House of Delegates Forum, Gangs in PWC, The Proposed Baseball Stadium and School Funding Mechanisms.
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Please join us as we celebrate the holidays with a dinner and presentation of aerial photographs of Prince William County through the decades.
Kindly scroll down for the particulars for our Annual Holiday Party on Thursday, December 12, 2019 and RSVP to our Treasurer, Bel O'Neill.
Please save the dates for the Fall debates, in conjunction with the League of Women Voters.
Please also check the posts on our Facebook page.
The public may kindly submit any questions they would like asked of the candidates to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, September 11, 2019, Red Rose Banquet and Event Center, 9705 Liberia Avenue, Suite #101, Manassas, Virginia 20110
7:00 PM, Chairman of the School Board; Panelists Babur Lateef, Alyson Satterwhite and Stanley Bender (Participation Not Confirmed)
Moderator: Dr. Sam Hill, Provost, Northern Virginia Community College, Woodbridge
8:00 PM, Commonwealth Attorney; Panelists Amy Ashworth and Mike May
Moderator: Bob Allen, Former President, Prince William Committee of 100 and retired attorney
Kindly scroll down to see a video of the forum.
Wednesday, September 25, 2019, Red Rose Banquet and Event Center, 9705 Liberia Avenue, Suite #101, Manassas, Virginia 20110
7:00 PM, Sheriff; Panelists Glendell Hill, Joshua King and Rhonda Dickson
Moderator: Sargeant Ryan Whaley, Treasurer, Prince William County Police Association
8:00 PM, Prince William County Board of Supervisors; Panelists John Gray, Don Scoggins, Ann Wheeler and Muneer Baig
Moderator: Bruce Potter, Publisher, InsideNova
Thursday, October 10, 2019, Dar al Noor Mosque, 5404 Hoadly Road, Manassas, Virginia 20112
7:00 PM, Occoquan District County Board of Supervisors; Panelists Ruth Anderson and Ken Boddye
Potomac District County Board of Supervisors; Panelists Andrea Bailey and Doug Taggart
Moderator: Uriah Kiser, Founder, Potomac Local
7:45 PM, 31st District House of Delegates; Paneliests Elizabeth Guzman and D.J. Jordan
51st District House of Delegates; Panelists Richard Anderson and Hala Ayala
Moderator: Professor Stephen Farnsworth, Mary Washington University
Wednesday, October 23, 2019, Red Rose Banquet and Event Center, 9705 Liberia Avenue, Suite #101, Manassas, Virginia 20110
7:00 PM, Brentsville District County Board of Supervisors; Panelists Maggie Hansford and Jeanine Lawson
Coles District County Board of Supervisors; Panelists Raheel Sheikh and Yesli Vega
Gainesville District County Board of Supervisors; Panelists Pete Candland and Danny Funderburk
Moderator: Molly Lynch, Provost, Northern Virginia Community College, Manassas
8:00 PM, 13th District House of Delegates; Panelists Kelly McGinn and Danica Roem
50th District House of Delegates; Panelists Lee Carter and Ian Lovejoy
Moderator: Max Smith, Northern Virginia reporter, WTOP news radio
Video of the Commonwealth Attorney forum of September 11, 2019
Candidates Amy Ashworth and Mike May
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
COMMUNICATION page for reference to online forms for membership applications and change of directory data.
RESERVATIONS page for instructions on making reservations to our dinners and programs.
We have provided nearly 30 years of service to Prince William County and the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park focusing on elections and issues of interest to the local communities.