We plan short projects called Done in a Days (DIAD).  These are sometimes included as part of our monthly general membership meetings.  We also tackle larger initiatives that require more hours of planning and coordinating to implement.  The reward of working together and seeing desirable outcomes in our community is one of the best parts of being a Junior League member.



JLBC participated in Roof Sit 2013 for The Haven of Rest. The Haven was our 2013 Grant recipient.


Junior League members Ashley Shedd and DeAnn Auton bell ringing for the Salvation Army.

Junior League members Jen DeRose, Kelli Marske, Kris Cobeen, and Alyssa Jones pose with JLBC's pink Cadillac cardboard sled at FebruHairy Festivus, 2014.

On February 19, 2014, members created bonding bags for children who have supervised visits with their parents at the Department of Human Services. We purchased toys and activities for over 200 children ranging in age from birth to 17. Our community partners on this project included Family Enrichment Center and the Department of Human Services.

JLBC members showing off some of their marshmallow creations at Spooky Science Saturday at Leila Arboretum. 

On Saturday October 11, 2014, JLBC members volunteered at S.A.F.E. Place's annual fundraiser 'Walk a Mile In Her Shoes'.

Junior League members Amy Zook, Tracie Tomak, Amanda Cope and Kim Wickham helped the Charitable Union with their Winter Coat Drive.

Leaguers don't shy away from hard work! This group helped to organize the basement of the Inasmuch House, a local shelter for homeless families.

JLBC members are committed to supporting other organizations in our community. Pictured above are league members that participated in Big Brothers Big Sisters 2015 Bowl For Kids Sake!

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