New Year, New Resolutions and New Ways to Give Back: Junior League of Bronxville Invites Potential New Members

(In Photo: Nicole Salimbene, Eileen Palma and Michelle Dawson)
(In Photo: Nicole Salimbene, Eileen Palma and Michelle Dawson)

Bronxville, NY – If your New Year’s resolution is to meet new friends, give back to your community or learn new skills, consider attending one of The Junior League of Bronxville’s (JLB’s) New Members Socials. The JLB will host a cocktail social on Tuesday, January 21 and coffee social on Wednesday, January 22. The JLB is dedicated to developing the potential of women as civic leaders. Our informational socials are a great way for women interested in joining to learn more about the organization. All women 21 years and above who live in the JLB service area (Bronxville, Eastchester, Mt. Vernon, Tuckahoe, and Yonkers) are welcome.

New members will have an opportunity to make an immediate impact by participating in team projects like our Annual Dorm Room Drive for Yonkers Partners In Education (YPIE), the Touch-A-Truck fall family event, and Trails to Treasures, a Bronxville Village home shopping event and a JLB tradition.

If you are interested in attending either informational social, please email your contact information to membership@jlbronxville.org to receive an invitation. (Please specify which date you’d like to attend.) You can also learn more about the JLB at jlbronxville.org

The Junior League of Bronxville has been an active and vocal women’s volunteer organization in Southern Westchester since 1948. JLB members donate over 17,000 hours of community service annually and donate over $600,000 worth of volunteer salaries.  As a 501(c)3 charity, its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.

Women building better communities 

The Junior League of Bronxville, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.  Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.


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