Please join County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III
as he hosts the 30th Annual Women’s History Month Luncheon
About the Annual Women's History Month Lunch Program
For 30 years, Prince George’s County has
celebrated the dynamic accomplishments of women who serve in and partner with
government and their impact on people and communities. This year, we will
celebrate the stories of service—accomplishments and challenges—past and
present while looking to the future. The Annual Women’s History Month Lunch draws
1,000 women not only from government, but also the arts, business, education,
religion, nonprofits, and other disciplines who are doing great work. It is the
County’s premiere networking event for those who want to connect to the women
of the Washington metropolitan area.
The highlight of the event is the presentation of the coveted Gladys Noon Spellman Service Award, which annually honors a
woman who works in Prince George’s County Government and who resides in the
County. The nominees must demonstrate strong leadership skills, and a track
record of community involvement.
In addition, scholarships
are presented to two high school seniors based on their academic achievements.
The Gladys Noon Spellman Scholarships have been granted to young people in the
County since 1999.
Purchase Sponsorship or Seat(s)
For your convenience, sponsorship or seat(s) may be purchased online.
Use the sponsorship
form to purchase sponsorship or seat(s) by mail.
Please make checks payable to Prince George’s
Women’s History Month Luncheon
County Administration Building
14741 Gov. Oden Bowie Drive
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
ATTN: LaVonn Reedy Thomas
In 1987, Congress declared March as National
Women’s History Month in perpetuity. A special Presidential Proclamation is
issued every year which honors the extraordinary achievements of American
women. Prince George’s County began celebrating Women’s History Month by
hosting this event in 1985.