Women’s Club

Champion Forest Women’s Club

Champion Forest Women’s Club is a neighborhood social and service organization focusing on our neighborhood, schools, education, and local charity. We are getting creative planning events that conform to the social distancing challenges. Join us at our next event! 

If you would like to receive email reminders with details about our events, join our group for $25 a year, and make sure to add our e-blast email address to your contacts list: championforestwomensclub@gmail.com

Any woman who resides in the Champions Forest community: CF Sections 1-12, Windrush, Stonegate, Sterling Gate, Lakes of Sterling Gate, The Falls or Champion Forest Villas is eligible as an “active” member. Those residing in other areas are eligible for participation in all events as a “social” member.

Join us! CFWC Membership Form click here

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2020 Calendar 

Feb 11th: 7 pm: Have a Heart meeting – Come celebrate our support of teachers, first responders, and veterans. To help make our Brill teacher support even more wonderful, bring along some of the teacher wish list it

*CANCELLED* Mar 17th: 9:30 am Give Back Service Event   Come chat with neighbors and package beans and rice  for Tomball Emergency Assistance Ministries 
*CANCELLED* Apr 7th: 11 am “Everything’s Coming Up Daisies” Scholarship Luncheon & Auction    Join us for a luncheon, style show, live music, champagne cocktails, and shopping with more than 60 items. Proceeds from this event support education & scholarships for Klein High School girls.

*CANCELLED* May 20th: 7 pm Fiesta  Come and enjoy great food, beverages, and music. We will be honoring the remarkable 2020 Scholarship Winners and their mothers.

Jul 4th: Spirit of the 4th Patriotic Porches Contest – Joint CFWC and CF HOA  community porch decorating contest during a season of social distancing.

Oct 4th -10thNNO Decorating and Appreciation Event. In celebration of all our first responders, essential workers and medical community.

Oct 4th:  National Night Out Decorating: 3pm  – Meet at Raveneaux Parking Lot promptly at 3pm. Tree Bows will be provided. Signboard will read “Thanks to our Essential Workers, Medical Community and First Responders.” ALL Hands on DECK!  Need 20+ helpers. This is a cosponsored celebration from the CFWC and CF HOA.
All members and CF residents welcome. 
Oct 6th: NO NNO “EVENT” due to social distancing concerns.
Nov 18th: Tentative Holiday Open House Style Auction 
Dec: Coffee and Service Event – date to be determined.


2019 Calendar

Jul 4th: 9 am: Independence Day Celebration & Parade at Brill Elementary 

Sep 5th: 7 pm:  “Ciao Bella! “ – Back from Summer meeting to kick off the year.  Come chat with neighborhood girls over pizza and wine and collect urgently needed supplies for our local Camp Hope Veterans.

Oct 1st: 5:30 pm:  Neighborhood National Night Out – Join us for a fun family night out and rediscover your community!  Free food, bounce house, balloon art, face painting, pumpkin decorating, games, and DJ!  Our first responders will be there to meet you, as well as State Representative Sam Harless and Precinct 4 Commissioner Jack Cagle.  Come thank them all for their service to our community. Also meet our HOA Board, Management Company and PUD Board, plus many of the Brill PTO and Women’s Club.   Organized by the Champion Forest Women’s Club.

Oct 23rd: 5 pm: Halloween Party with a Purpose – Costume optional. A prize for the best costume! We are collecting donations for our holiday auction. Proceeds to benefit those who have made vocational commitments to serve, including first responders, veterans, and teachers.   

Nov 7th:  9:30 am: Give Back Service Craft & Coffee – Come chat with neighbors and make warm pocket scarves for deserving senior living center residents. Bring your scissors and a warm heart.  

Dec 10th: 10 am: “Let It Snow” Luncheon & Auction – Join us for a neighborhood luncheon, style show, live music, champagne cocktails, and shopping.  Proceeds from this event support the needs of those who have made vocational commitments to serve, including local first responders, veterans, and teachers.


Executive Board / Officers:

President: Mary Carol Kelley

Vice President: Kathleen Castro

2nd Vice President: Kathy Schaefer

Secretary: Anna Weil

Treasurer: Karen Donelson

Advisor (Past President): Jenny Herd

Committee Chairs:

Holiday Auction: Kathleen Castro

Hospitality: Ana Carson

Membership: Julie Johnson

Newsletter: Barb Smith

Publicity/Signboard: Sue Ellen Latham 

Sunshine: Charlotte Schindler

Communications: Mary Carol Kelley

Scholarship: Margaret Chiavone

Social: Carol Smith