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.
Get Involved in Your Community.
Please join us on Thursday, May 23, 2019 for an informative forum on teacher retention in
Prince William County at Brittany's Restaurant in Lake Ridge.
RSVP for dinner to Bel O'Neill at email@example.com. Forum is open to the public.
Please scroll down to view program information.
Subsequent to the forum, there will be a General Meeting and Elections for the 2019-2020
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.