Pinkies Up Tea Party April 23rd from 11-1 p.m.!
The Junior League of Owensboro invites you to join us as Mrs. Manners hosts a traditional afternoon tea, complete with fun activities and fundraising! Tickets are available by clicking on the lady having tea to the right of this webpage. If you'd rather, you may contact (270) 570-0383 for a reservation.
The community projects including Kids in the Kitchen, Kids fun run, community center activities, and community giving is all funded through this event. You don't need to be a member of the Junior League to participate, all ages are invited!
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New Year's Eve Gala
Thank you to all of our sponsors that made the New Years Eve Gala a true success. Because of you we are able to give back to our community with our Community Impact projects!
Second Amendment Fire Arms
Clarendon Flavor Enginnering
Aflac Keller and Associates
Haley-McGinis Funeral Home
Canteen Service Company and John Conti Gourmet Coffee
Fifth Third Bank
UBS Altaf and Beth Merchant
Holiday Inn Riverfront
Schwartz Heating and Cooling
Don Moore GM Store
Welborn's Floral and Events
Another Broken Egg
Dream Copy Photography
Demonstration Kitchen for Kids in the Kitchen and more!
The Junior League of Owensboro has a new feature at the Museum of Science and History. The demonstration kitchen complete with Viking appliances is a gift to the community to use for educational and entertianing purposes.
What is Kids in the Kitchen? Children of all ages can learn fun healthy tips about nutrition, exercise and what it means to stay healthy! Delicious free foods, learn fun & easy food recipes, hands-on food preparation, games and many special guests - ALL FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! (Museum fee may apply)
For event times and details, call the museum (270) 687-2732. Don't miss this fun opportunity for your children!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to host a Kids in the Kitchen program at your location!
The Junior League of Owensboro 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. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. The Junior League reaches out to women of all races, religions, and national origins who demonstrate an interest in a commitment to voluntarism.
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To pay your dues, visit the "Members Area" and choose the 2016-17 year.