Junior League Marks 80th Anniversary

As the Junior League of the Palm Beaches enters its 80th year, President Julie Rudolph is inviting women to be part of an organization that is committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through trained volunteers. Membership applications are due by Sept. 1.

“The Junior League of the Palm Beaches is always looking for women who have a passion for improving their community,” Rudolph said. “Our members include community leaders, executives, mothers, professionals and volunteers from diverse backgrounds, all dedicated to making a difference in Palm Beach County and promoting voluntarism.”

Since 1941, JLPB has been an integral part of the community. It is part of the Association of Junior Leagues International. JLPB has nearly 800 members who dedicate more than 3,000 hours every year supporting more than 20 nonprofit partners.

For information on becoming a member, or to learn more about the Junior League of the Palm Beaches, e-mail recruitment@jlpb.org or visit www.jlpb.org.