Community Program Spotlight: Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

This year, the Junior League of Greensboro shifted our focus area to the aging community. With this new focus, the League has partnered with several community programs, one of which is Grandparents Raising Grandchildren. Here, we shed light… Read More

The Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How of the LBDI

Little Black Dress Initiative

By: Jessi Parker, Member-At-Large Who – Junior League of Greensboro with support from the Greensboro community and friends and family of league members. What – The Little Black Dress Initiative (LBDI) is a week-long fundraiser, driven by social… Read More

Why I Joined the League

Elizabeth Illig

By: Elizabeth Illig, Provisional Member 2017–2018 By the time I joined the league, most of my friends were already members. They had long touted the benefits of membership and frequently suggested I join. From Touch a Truck to… Read More

Top 10 Reasons You Should Go to Touch a Truck This Year

Truck

This year, the Junior League of Greensboro is hosting our annual Touch a Truck event from 12–4 p.m. on Sunday, October 15, in the Fresh Market parking lot located off New Garden Road. Thinking about going? We’ve outlined… Read More

You’re Invited: Big Night Out at the Barn

The Junior League of Greensboro invites current active members, provisionals, sustainers and community members to join us for a Big Night Out at the Barn. Proceeds from the event will go to support the mission of the Junior… Read More

Introducing Our 2017-2018 Community Program Partners

Community Program Kickoff

Earlier this year, the Junior League of Greensboro announced our new focus area: the aging community. We’re pleased to introduce you to our community program partners and provide insight on how our volunteers will support them throughout the… Read More

Now Accepting Applications for 2018–2019 Community Partners

The Junior League of Greensboro began a focused approach for greater community impact in June 2013 by partnering with Cone Elementary, a Title I elementary school within the Guilford County School System, located in northeast Greensboro. After partnering… Read More

Junior League Welcomes Provisional Members

Junior League Welcomes Provisional Members

The Junior League of Greensboro is excited to welcome 42 provisional members for the 2017–2018 League Year. This group of women, ranging in age from 21–51, represents career fields such as biotech, education, nursing, dietetics, and commercial chocolate… Read More

Suzanne Plihcik of Greensboro, Receives The Junior League’s 2017 Mary Harriman Award for a Lifetime of Outstanding Service

Suzanne Plihcik of the Junior League of Greensboro (NC) has been recognized for a lifetime of outstanding service, both as a League member and as an advocate for racial equity, by The Association of Junior Leagues International with… Read More

Glennon Doyle Melton Headlines 2017 Women’s Leadership Summit

The Junior League of Greensboro announces Glennon Doyle Melton as the Headline Speaker of the 7th Annual Women’s Leadership Summit to be held Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at Grandover Resort. Glennon Doyle Melton is the author of the… Read More