Learn About Morgan Park Juniors Membership

The Morgan Park Juniors, a powerful group of 40 women who meet once a month, October through April and volunteer in the community, invite area women to learn more about membership Wed., Nov. 7, 7 p.m., Beverly Arts Center, 2407 W. 111th St.       

Open to all who have an interested in getting involved in community volunteer activities, the meeting will include the Juniors’ annual blanket making-project where they hand-tie blankets to be given to needy children, just in time for a Chicago winter. 

Morgan Park Juniors projects have included tutoring  

at a local school, providing necessities for homeless shelters, preparing and serving meals to Veterans, raising money to feed the hungry, laying wreaths at Lincoln Cemetery, serving as hostesses at Beverly/Morgan Park Home Tour, and donating funds to local organizations. 

The Juniors’ best-known fund raiser is the annual Work Out to Wipe Out Domestic Violence day which raises money for A New Direction Beverly Morgan Park.   

Morgan Park Juniors also have a lot of fun.  

 

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