WinterGreen MoUntain Women


Wintergreen Mountain Women provides networking, information sharing and social opportunities to women living full and part-time on the mountain of Wintergreen Resort.

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WinterGreen MoUntain Women

About Us

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Come join us at our General Meetings beginning in January. Meetings are generally held at 10AM at the Trillium House.

The General Meetings begin with some time to socialize among members, followed by a brief business meeting and a short program of significance to members.

Our specialized interest groups (clubs) meet throughout the year to share hobbies, talents, field trips and special events. Anyone can join any of the groups at any time by contacting the Group Chair. Represented interests include gardening, music, food & cooking, handicrafts, and books.

Membership Dues ($20.00) are collected January 1st and are collected annually. The dues pay for club operations and monthly events.

If you have any questions or want more information about Mountain Women, give any of the members of the Steering Committee a call or an email.

To join WMW simply complete this Google Form or come to our next meeting.

Your 2024-2025 Steering Committee

Carolyn Felling- President 757-593-3422

Catherine Parker- Vice President 703-627-5688

Donna CasaGrande- Communication Secretary 908-432-5459

Lynnda Gilliam- Recording Secretary 434-325-2009

Christine White- Treasurer


NeighborHood Chairs

Donna Greenlee -Black Rock NC 252-256-3259

ArleEn stone -Devil’s Knob NC 804-814-5736

Maria Spence- Laurel Springs NC 434-325-7522

Linda Ehinger- The Springs NC 434-226-0735

WinterGreen MoUntain Women

Our History

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In the fall of 2003, the hospitality committee of the Mountain Homesteaders Association, chaired by Kate Allenbach and including Jean Bertelsen, Sue Tiller and Joan Stemmler, discussed how to welcome newcomers to the mountain. They sought to determine how to identify permanent residents living on the mountain, and how the women on the mountain could get together to relieve the tediousness of the long winter. Slowly the idea of “mountain women” took hold and ongoing discussion, research and planning culminated in a first meeting on February 4, 2005.

The meeting’s purpose was to determine whether there was an interest in establishing a network of mutual support for women living on the mountain, especially during the winter months. Kate Allenbach, Kathy Knowles, Joan Stemmler and Irma Graf planned the event. More than thirty women attended and expressed their overwhelming support.

Out of that meeting grew the essence of what mountain women is today: a networking and social support group with mechanisms to accommodate special interests, communication and neighborhood cohesion, as well as to contribute to the vitality of the greater Wintergreen community.

Click on link to see Wintergreen Mountain Women Bylaws.

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Club News

Please use the contact list below to find out information about the following groups.

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Sallie Singletary


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Fran Davis


Piano and Sheet Music


Mary Jane Black


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Linda Ehinger


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2024 Calendar

Upcoming Events

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Photos from Blue Ridge Tunnel Hike

Peonies from Shenandoah Peonies Outing

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On Wednesday, April 24th the Epicurious Group had a Table Top Setting Contest at the Trillium Room. Participants learned about proper place settings and silverware placement. Each table received an award for their creativity. A fun time was had by all.

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Rockfish River wildlife Sanctuary's executive director, Sarah Cooperman, shared the wildlife sanctuary story to the Mountain Women, even brought a few popular ambassadors at the Nature Foundation in Wintergreen.


Christine White presenting a check to Curtis Sheets for Wintergreen Rescue - February 2023

Dahlia cuttings from Pharsalia

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Reflection Garden

In 2014, a “Reflection Garden” was designed/constructed by a group of Wintergreen volunteers, in collaboration with WPOA, on a piece of wooded property located behind the Chestnut Springs Picnic and Pool area. Landscaping with native plants, rocks and benches provides a place of peace and space for reflection on Wintergreen owners or employees who have passed on. Contributions can be made to support the overall maintenance and/or to memorialize a specific person (or pet).

Any Wintergreen owner, former owner, extended family member and WPOA and Resort employees can be memorialized through specific selected opportunities. We have occasional garden workdays and announce them at Mountain Women meetings, so everyone interested can come and help in the creation of our Reflection Garden.

King Custom Engraving will also engrave our memory stones for us. If interested in ordering a memory stone, please contact the Chair, Marti Szczur at