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………and make a difference!

Welcoming New Members/Celebrating 100 Years 

Junior League of Racine is celebrating 100 years of service to our community.  We are welcoming new members to join the fun and continue our legacy. Membership is open to all women who are at least 21 years old, and share an interest in and commitment to volunteerism. New members receive the training, support and flexibility to make a difference in our community. We are a member of The Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI) and our efforts in Racine are focused on children. Recent projects include The Born Learning Trail at Knapp Elementary School, Learning Inside Out and Upside Down (LiOUD) free early childhood education program, the Women’s Resource Center/Dover Healing House and Salvation Army Kid Packs.

Our meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month, September through June, at 6:30 PM at various community locations.

Please join us to learn more about Junior League of Racine membership at our 2016-2017 Membership Open Houses:

 

Saturday, September 17th 9:30am to 11am Location: Barnes and Noble Racine

Wednesday, October 5th 6:30 PM Monthly Membership Meeting 

Location: Dover Healing House/Women’s Resource Center 23303 Church Road, 53159 Kansasville, Wisconsin

Monday, October 17th 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm JLR Centennial Celebration

Location: Racine Heritage Museum 701 Main Street Racine, WI 53403

Wednesday, November 2nd 6:30 pm Monthly Membership Meeting

Location: Buckets Pub Banquet Room 2031 Lathrop Ave.

 

JLR’s new member class begins November 19th and it may be the perfect organization for you! IF you are interested,Please contact Membership at membershipdevelopment@juniorleagueracine.org or call 262-770-5571 for more information.  You can also find more information about The Junior League by visiting AJLI.org.

Junior League women make things happen — they form strategic partnerships, create innovative programs and raise funds for exciting community initiatives. So what sets Junior League volunteers apart from the rest? They are not only women who want to improve communities, they are women with the training and skills to make it happen!

Since Mary Harriman convened the very first Junior League in 1901, The Junior League’s emphasis has always been on learning. The Junior League of Racine is one of 293 chapters internationally and was the 18th Junior League, established October 17, 1916.   Members benefit from extensive training in leadership and organizational development, community needs assessment, strategic planning, communications, advocacy and fundraising. Active members gain leadership skills through committee experience, hands‐on community projects, fundraising and organizational management.   Through this unique training, League members learn to manage and train volunteers, unite our community, and forge partnerships.

The Junior League is an educational and charitable organization of women whose purpose is to promote voluntarism and to improve the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.

 

Check us out in the Journal Times.

 http://journaltimes.com/lifestyles/faith-and-values/junior-league-plans-new-member-information-session/article_cd0f6ba2-fb52-5a91-9751-0ad055fad11c.html

How to Join – Junior League of Racine is Welcoming New Members!

 

Thank you for your interest in The Junior League of Racine!

 

Admission Process

The Junior League of Racine (JLR)  is open to women of all ages, races, religions and national origins who share an interest in and commitment to voluntarism. Our monthly general membership meetings are the first Wednesday of each month at 6:30 pm from September through June. Please contact us at (262) 770-5571  or through “Contact Us” for membership information or to attend a meeting as our guest and learn more about the Junior League of Racine.
New members joining the League will enter as a Provisional member. During your Provisional year, you will learn more about how the JLR gives back to the Racine community through the projects it supports, training and education opportunities and make lifelong friends with other League members.

A candidate for membership must have reached her 21st birthday before June 1 of her Provisional year. No additional criteria shall be used.  Before accepting the membership she shall agree to fulfill the requirements of the League, she shall have received an orientation in the privileges and responsibilities of Junior League membership and shall agree to engage in community service in connection with the program of the League.

Requirements for Provisional Members

A Provisional member must complete a provisional course, which serves as an introduction to The Junior League of Racine and the community projects it supports. It includes:

  • Attending a JLR Training Event
  • Attending General Membership meetings and Member Events
  • Volunteer, Project and Social Opportunities
  • Annual Dues ($95)

Becoming an Active Member

Provisional members completing the provisional course and paying the annual dues will become Active members of The Junior League of Racine at the end of the League year. Each year, Active members must fulfill their obligations, which include membership dues, General Meeting attendance and placement obligations (volunteer hours and/or donations)

We’d love to have you joins us as the Junior League of Racine as we work together to improve the well-being of children in our community!

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