Junior League of Pelham Logo 2015

Pelham women who are interested in learning about the Junior League of Pelham and its opportunities for voluntarism and meeting others iseeking to  improve the community through the effective action are invited to attend an upcoming information meeting.

No-commitment informational gatherings are scheduled tonight, Tuesday, September 10th from 7-9pm at 7 Benedict Place OR Sunday, September 15th from 10am-12pm at 923 Esplanade. Send an email to JoinJLP@gmail.com with any questions, or to RSVP for either information session.

The Junior League of Pelham is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of its members, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Members of the JLP work together to improve the lives of families and promote the enrichment of Pelham and neighboring communities.

The JLP has played a defining role in the founding of numerous noteworthy Pelham establishments, including:

• The Pelham Art Center (www.pelhamartcenter.org)

• Pelham Children’s Center (www.pelhamchildrenscenter.org)

• Junior Wonders (www.juniorwonders.com)

• Town of Pelham Public Library (www.pelhamlibrary.org)

• Woodland Park

• Weihman Park

• Julianne’s Playground

One of the League’s biggest successes is its dedicated and sustained membership. JLP members have consistently gone on to become leaders in our community, holding elected positions, becoming deeply involved at other local non-profits and volunteer organizations, including PTA, Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum, the Pelham Preservation & Garden Society, the Pelham Art Center, Pelham Education Foundation, and the Pelham Picture House.

Membership is open to all Pelham women. The Junior League of Pelham website is jlpelham.org

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