Rosanne Vavarro, President
Phone: 212.582.5454 x 2357
Organizes the WNRC annual dinner event which honors outstanding women and men in government, public service, the arts and humanities.
Preserves and restores important historical documents related to the history of the WNRC.
CALVIN COOLIDGE LIBRARY:
Hosts authors of recent political books as well as books of interest to members and potential members of the Club and oversees a book discussion group. The committee is also responsible for maintaining the Calvin Coolidge Library at the Club.
Monthly meetings with members discussing books of interest.
Reaches out to media outlets such as newspapers and television for the purpose of highlighting the Club and programs hosted by the Club.
DRAMA, ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT:
Brings to the Clubhouse events of interest to members and potential members highlighting current trends in drama, the arts and entertainment. The committee also organizes trips to museums, exhibitions and theatre productions.
Oversees the finances of the Club.
HENRIETTA WELLS LIVERMORE SCHOOL OF POLITICS:
One of the oldest committees of the Club and a major reason for the Club's inception, this committee bears the name of the Club's founder. The Committee organizes forums for political education and debate, exposure to and involvement in the affairs of government and political campaigns.
The committee is involved in all aspects of the care and maintenance of the clubhouse in coordination with the General Manager. Recommendations for improvements and purchases are submitted to the Board of Governors for approval.
INTERNATIONAL/CIVIC AFFAIRS SPEAKERS SERIES:
International Affairs invites speakers with expertise in international matters to present a variety of topics of interest to members as well as potential new members of the Club. The Civic Affairs studies the principles of government based on the rights and duties of the individual and presents programs involving civic affairs and the duties and rights of cities, citizens and citizenship. Programs should be developed that are of interest to membership as well as potential new members of the Club.
Meets monthly to review membership applications. Applicants are interviewed in person or via telephone prior to being presented to the Board of Governors. The committee is responsible for maintaining the highest standards of membership and for seeking qualified new members while promoting the Club's mission. It hosts monthly First Monday receptions for new and prospective members. Subcommittees include Member Outreach and Reciprocal Club Outreach.
The Young Professionals Committee's mission is to provide a forum to attract, retain and connect young people in the New York City area who are supportive of the ideals of the Republican Party and offer valuable networking, social and community involvement opportunities to develop both personally and professionally in a welcoming atmosphere.