The JLP’s State Public Affairs Committee (SPAC) is excited to announce that the JLP’s February General Member Meeting will feature a panel starring two members of the Pasadena City Council. We are honored to welcome Councilmembers Tyron Hampton (District 1) and John J. Kennedy (District 3) for a question and answer session led by the committee, and driven by our members. Email SPAC@jlpasadena.org if you have any questions.
Women who want to make an impact and help the community as well as develop their own potential can join the Junior League of Pasadena’s third summer meet and Greet on Saturday, August 13 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the headquarters, 149 South Madison Ave. Stop by for as long or short as you can! RSVPS are appreciated: email@example.com. Provisional committee chair Kristin Kearney and other representatives will discuss the league’s programs and services for the Pasadena community, and their personal experiences as members of the group.
The Junior League of Pasadena celebrates 90 years of evolving community service Tuesday at a special birthday celebration at the Kidspace Children’s Museum, a facility which actual is the result of a 1978 Junior League pilot project.
Members of Pasadena Community Gardens Conservancy, a “homegrown” foundation of local philanthropists, have invested $25,000 to sponsor a garden and orchard at Madison Elementary School in Northwest Pasadena. The Conservancy Board of Directors recently joined by Mayor Terry Tornek, Pasadena Educational Foundation officials, and representatives of Pasadena Unified School District for a combination groundbreaking/grand opening, with parents, pupils teachers, and school board members wielding shovels and trowels.
The women of the Junior League of Pasadena put on a fun-filled night of cocktails, food and good conversation to kick off their 90th year.This throwback party included a fun photo booth, framed quotes and period music. All proceeds went towards the Junior League’s annual fund which has been helping community organizations since 1926.
The Junior League of Pasadena, Inc. (JLP) is proud to announce the recipient of this year’s Volunteer Award for Excellence. Each year, this award is given to one JLP member who has made an exceptional contribution to the JLP and the community during her career as a Junior League volunteer.
The Junior League of Pasadena, Inc. (JLP) is excited to announce its new community programming focus area, the “Support and Development of Women.” The JLP’s community outreach and programming will now be focused on business, entrepreneurship, and leadership skills for women in the San Gabriel Valley.
The Junior League of Pasadena, Inc. honored Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard with the inaugural Junior League of Pasadena Community Impact Award and Jane Popovich with the 2015 Nancy Reed Payne Achievement Award at their 2nd annual Simply Speaking benefit luncheon held at the University Club on April 11, 2015.
The Junior League of Pasadena is pleased to announce its 7th annual Kids in the Kitchen event. On Sunday, May 3, 2015, from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., children of all ages and their caretakers are invited to Madison Elementary School in Pasadena, located at 515 E. Ashtabula St. Pasadena, CA 91104, to learn about health, physical fitness and nutrition. Last year’s event had over 200 attendees and The Junior League of Pasadena is excited to be able to continue this tradition of education in the community. The event and all associated activities are free to the public.
Jane Olson “has devoted her life to international justice and humanitarian work.” Olson will be the featured speaker at the Junior League of Pasadena‘s second annual speaker luncheon on April 11th. She chairs the International Board of Human Rights Watch and chairs the board of Landmine Survivors Network.