Our Story

Libertyville Junior Woman's Club was originally founded as a branch of the Libertyville Woman's Club. It was organized on June 10, 1963 by a group of women in Libertyville and federated on September 9, 1963. LJWC was incorporated on August 25, 1964 and has expanded to welcome all area women.

Junior Pledge

I pledge my loyalty

To the Junior Clubwomen

By doing better than ever before

What work I have to do,

By being prompt, honest, courteous,

By living each day,

Trying to accomplish something,

Not merely to exist.

-Mrs. Helen C. Kimberly

Tomorrow Depends Upon What We do Today

Meet the 2017-2018 Board

Lisa Roti

President

"I like being part of the LJWC because it is a local community organization that identifies community needs. Once the needs are identified, as a club we develop a plan to take action and support our community. Working together we are able to support many women and children within our community."

Amanda Crisel

Vice President

"Juniors has afforded me the opportunity to expand my personal horizons by working alongside a wonderful group of women who are dedicated to community improvement through philanthropy, service and friendship."

Meg Likus

2nd Vice President

"I love Junior’s because it gives me a variety of opportunities to volunteer throughout the year. I have met a wonderful group of likeminded women in the club, who’s friendships I will cherish for years to come!"

Gloria Cox

Secretary

"I love Juniors because it gives me the opportunity to serve others in and around my community. To serve people I would otherwise not know and also serving alongside my fellow Juniors that I would not have known if not for being a Junior."

Megan Eigenrauch

Treasurer

"I love Juniors because it gives me a chance to give back to my community. I was born and raised here, so it's a cause that's near and dear to my heart! I also love meeting other woman in my community and forming friendships while helping others."