Celebrating 35 Years of Service to Women & Girls in Washington County
Serving Women of Washington County Since 1987
For 35 years, the Washington County Commission for Women has supported
the advancement of women and girls in Washington County.
The Commission for Women was established in conformance with Senate Bill 785 by the Governor of Maryland on April 29, 1987. The Commission is a non-political and non-partisan government organization.
Washington County is located in western Maryland, nestled in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains. The Commission represents over 76,000 women in nine municipalities across the county.
Meetings are held every second Wednesday of the month at 6pm EST. Commission meetings are open to the public.
On April 29, 2022 the Commission for Women commemorated 35 years of service to women and girls in Washington County.
The Washington County Commission for Women has been encouraging women to get involved in business and government.
The Washington County Commission for Women gathered for Women's History Month to recognize and honor women who make a difference in the county.
The Washington County Commission for Women held its eighth annual Circle of Sisters' celebration to honor successful women in the county.
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The Washington County Board of County Commissioners is seeking applicants interested in serving on the Washington County Commission for Women. Applicants must be competent individuals who are familiar with the resources available for women and girls, as well as interested in providing assistance to promote the full and equal participation of women in work, government, and society. Applicants should be passionate about strengthening home and work life of women as wives, mothers, homemakers, workers, and individuals.
To complete an application, please visit: https://www.washco-md.net/county-clerk