Join the Junior League of Greenwich this Fall Open House Invitation – Tuesday, September 13th

sue rogers at enchantedOn Tuesday, September 13 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., the Junior League of Greenwich will host an open house at its headquarters for perspective new members to learn more about the organization, meet current members and find out how to join.

Over the Junior League of Greenwich’s fifty-seven history in town, our organization has impacted the community in significant ways with various projects and programs.

But more than just reaching out to areas of need in the community, the Junior League of Greenwich provides opportunities for women to develop skills that will allow them to be effective volunteers.

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Junior League of Greenwich president Sue Moretti Rogers with outgoing president Alessandra Messineo Long, May 11, 2016 Credit: Leslie Yager

Junior League’s membership includes executives, community leaders, entrepreneurs, mothers, and professionals. We welcome all women who are at least 21 years of age and interested in making a positive impact in the community. By joining the Junior League of Greenwich, members have opportunities to develop their leadership potential, obtain valuable skills, and utilize personal development training while serving the needs of the Greenwich community. The Junior League of Greenwich’s New Member class will begin September 22nd.

The Junior League of Greenwich has been bettering the community for over 57 years. It is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained individuals. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. If you are interested in joining the Junior League of Greenwich and making a difference in our community, contact the JLG Office at (203) 869-1979 or visit our website at

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Hollace Shantz, Meg Kaicher, Victoria Quake, Sue Rogers, Alessandra Messineo-Long, Heather Woodbridge, and Alexandra Kohlberger at the Junior League of Greenwich’s Touch a Truck event, June 5, 2016 Credit: Leslie Yager

See also:

She’s Got Grit. She’s a Connector. Sue Rogers Gets Things Done in Greenwich.

Seeking Meaningful Volunteer Work? These Jr League of Greenwich Leaders Want to Meet You

PHOTOS: Groundbreaking for Community Pool in Byram Marks the Beginning of “The Easy Part”

Junior League of Greenwich Provides School Supplies for 50 Greenwich Public School Children Entering Kindergarten

Touch a Truck is a Blast Despite a Few Raindrops


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