About the BRMC

The Brandermill Region Men's Club consists of approximately 150 members who have chosen Leavesto make their homes in the communities surrounding Brandermill and Woodlake in Midlothian VA. You will find that our members arrived here from many different areas of the country and that their working backgrounds are rich and varied. This diversity of experience is a source of strength which has contributed greatly to the club's success.

The objectives of this non-profit organization are Tee to make life more enjoyable and rewarding by promoting friendship and social activities to those residing in the communities surrounding Brandermill and Woodlake, and to aid in the betterment of the community, primarily through support of local and national organizations.


Upcoming Events


March Euchre Tournament

We will be having a euchre tournament in March. Euchre is a card game with partners. 24 cards are played. You do need to know this game to play In the tournament. We will teach you. We will tentatively schedule this on Mondays 9-11 or 12. It will be at Harbor Point clubhouse. Details call Bill LaLonde before first week of March.


BRMC News


June 7, 2018 Meeting (Includes Audio)

Posted June 12, 2018 at 1:09 PM
The guest speakers for our June 7, 2018 meeting were Trooper Chuck Andolino and Trooper John Nichols of the Mark Matthews Chapter 9th and 10th (Horse Cavalry) Association, Petersburg, VA Buffalo Soldiers. They presented a historically accurate account of the Buffalo Soldiers' contribution to American History. (more...)

May 3, 2018 Meeting (includes audio)

Posted May 5, 2018 at 9:26 AM
The guest speaker for our May 3, 2018 meeting was Dr. Joseph P. Casey, Chesterfield Count Administrator. Dr. Casey’s spoke on the State of the County. Dr. Casey was originally scheduled to speak in January, but that meeting was cancelled due to weather. (more...)

April 2018 Meeting (includes Audio)

Posted April 8, 2018 at 8:50 PM
The guest speaker for our April 5, 2018 meeting was Roger Schnorbus, Adjunct Professor, Robins School of Businss at The University of Richmond. Roger spoke on “Disruption,” specifically focused on what Amazon is doing to disrupt the retail grocery industry via their recent acquisition of Whole Foods. This is a fascinating topic in that the grocery industry as it exists today will be far different in the next 10 years; the same can be said for many other industries as change driven by technology will be rampant. (more...)