(ANNAPOLIS, MD) Junior League of Annapolis, Inc. (JLA) invites women in the community who are interested in learning more about joining the Junior League to attend their New Member Information Mixer on Tuesday, August 28th from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM at the JLA Community Room (130 Lubrano Drive Suite L-101 Annapolis, MD 21401).
All women over the age of 21 years, living in Anne Arundel County and its vicinity, are invited to attend the New Member Open House and apply for membership to the organization’s spring 2018 provisional training class.
The New Member Open House offers prospective members the opportunity to learn about the mission and activities of the Junior League, as well as the chance to speak with current members about their volunteer and social experiences within the organization.
“I am now beginning my fifth year as a member of the Junior League of Annapolis; I could not be happier that I joined this amazing group of women who support the league’s mission, the community, and each other. Being a member of this league has helped me grow both personally and professionally; valuable training, meaningful volunteer opportunities in the community, excellent leadership, and like-minded, supportive members have all made me a better member, leader, and person. Every year the League continues to inspire me and provide exciting and rewarding opportunities!,” says Provisional Chair Mary Going.
For details on the New Member Open House, please contact the Chairs of the Provisional Committee, Catherine Stuart and Amanda Apple Leishman, at email@example.com. You may also contact Junior League of Annapolis, Inc. at 410-224-8984 or visit www.jlannapolis.org.
ABOUT JUNIOR LEAGUE OF ANNAPOLIS, Inc.
Junior League of Annapolis, Inc. 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 volunteers. Our membership of over three hundred women strives to narrow the achievement gap in Anne Arundel County, MD with a specific focus on the self-sufficiency of women and children.