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 2018-2019 Executive Board

Valorie

Valorie Crusey

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."

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Stephanie Goshorn

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."

Megan

Megan Eigenrauch

2nd Vice President

"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."

Cathy

Cathy Nixon

Secretary

"Being new to the Libertyville area, I joined Juniors to meet new friends and support my community.  I love being part of this vibrant group of women who want to help others and better our community —And have fun doing it!"

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Wendy Schilling

Treasurer

"I was taught to always give back to those less fortunate.  I spent the last 15 years volunteering at Libertyville Schools and in other capacities, as well. I am a current school board member for D70 and LJWC provides me with another way to give back to the community that has given our family so much."