Membership is open to all area women, not just Libertyville residents. Each potential new member is a candidate for their first year in Juniors. Throughout that year, there is a requirement of three service hours and candidates are asked to attend at least 5 meetings throughout the year. Each candidate class will also work with the Vice President to host one meeting in April. After the full year, candidates will be installed during the December or May Dinner (once requirements have been met) and will officially be Juniors.
After installment, Juniors have a meeting requirement and a service hour requirement. Members need to complete three service hours throughout the year. Members can complete service hours by participating in any number of club events such as Senior Desserts, Meals on Wheels, and Pumpkin Fest. Members also need to attend a minimum of five meetings from September to June and join one committee. The club does not meet in July or August. All members have an additional requirement of helping with Libertyville Days and our biennial fundraiser. The club is a co-sponsor of the event and every member helps to complete our sponsoring requirements. Membership dues are $50.00 a year.
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Libertyville Junior Woman's Club is run through committees. Each committee has a chair and some have leads for specific projects. The committees are required to meet in the fall to plan out their contribution to the club for the upcoming year. You are able to choose the committee that you think your talents would best benefit the club as whole. Committee sign up is first come, first serve during the April meeting.
Civic Center: The Libertyville Junior Woman’s Club is proud to be a part of the Civic Center Foundation. This committee consist of 3 leads. One of those leads will represent our club on the Civic Center Foundation Board during their monthly meetings. The other two leads will work together to coordinate the volunteer efforts with the Civic Center Foundation for Libertyville Days in June.
Community: The community committee organizes our outreach to our community and the communities around us. They will help find volunteers and organize events for our club to give back. Leads in this committee include, Meals on Wheels, Senior Desserts, Pumpkin Fest and the Libertyville Days Children’s Party.
Fundraising: The fundraising committee over sees our club’s philanthropic projects, including our scholarship program, the March auction, spring disbursements, and our bi-annual spring fundraiser. This coming year we will need 2 leads for the major fundraiser in 2018!
Social: The social committee coordinates our month meetings and works with the organizers each month to insure they have everything they need for the meeting. Along with the monthly meetings, the social committee also plans other fun social events throughout the year for our club!
Membership: The membership committee will work with the 1st V.P. to increase membership and help guide the incoming candidates. Next year, we will be implementing a mentor program pairing each new candidate with a Junior to help guide them through the process throughout the year.
The membership committee will help with the membership booth at Libertyville Days and the Farmers Market, as well as attend other events such as Pumpkin Fest and the Libertyville Days Children’s party to greet the guests and inform them about our club. The committee will also assist the 2nd V.P. with public relations and taking photos of the events throughout the year.
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