By Phalyn Chenard
Like any member of the Junior League of Edmonton (JLE), recruitment season always takes me on a walk down memory lane. It’s an exciting, healthy and welcome reminder of why we joined the League, as well as a chance to reflect on how much we’ve learned and grown since signing up.
By Amanda Mouait
My introduction to Homes for the Holidays was when a friend asked me if I would be volunteering the weekend of the event. At that time, I was not yet a member of the Junior League of Edmonton but had heard many great things and was considering checking it out. I had no […]
"The world’s 1.1 billion girls are a source of power, energy, and creativity – and the millions of girls in emergencies are no exception. This year’s International Day of the Girl (IDG) on October 11 marks the beginning of a year-long effort to spur global attention and action to the challenges and opportunities girls face before, […]
On March 8th we celebrated International Women's Day with a film screening and panel discussion of the award winning documentary Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide at Latitude 53. Our sold out event welcomed local Edmontonians to eat yummy desserts and learn more about challenges faced by women around the world. […]
By Sharon Mvundura
A librarian, paralegal and teacher walk into a bar. This isn't the start of a really bad joke, it's what Central Social Hall was like on Wednesday, August 31 at our new member information session. Women from the Edmonton area were invited to have wine, appetizers and learn more about the Junior […]
It was a Women Build Day at Habitat for Humanity on August 15 in Edmonton, and members of the Junior League of Edmonton—accompanied by friends & family—learned a few skilled trades such as framing, insulation and cabinet building!
Habitat for Humanity identifies families that are in need of affordable housing and prepares them to be […]