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Junior League is a Great Way to Become Involved in the Lehigh Valley

Deb Walter recently joined Junior League of the Lehigh Valley. Here's how you, too, can get involved in your community to help women and girls.

Last year, I did something I had been meaning to do for a long time -- I got involved with a volunteer organization that helps women and children in my community. I became a member of the Junior League of the Lehigh Valley.

As a provisional class member, I attended a few meetings, met and got to know some wonderful women, worked on a community project (renovating a reading and social room at Third Street Alliance for Women in Easton), and had a great time at a that raised money for the Junior League’s projects, like Kids in the Kitchen and Strong Moms, Strong Girls.

This year as a full member, I am looking forward to doing even more.

If you are a woman in the Lehigh Valley area and would like to learn more about how you can make a difference in our community through Junior League, join a great group of women at a Meet and Greet at  on Wednesday, Aug. 29.

Join us any time after 5 p.m. for drink specials and $5 snacks and appetizers. There will be a JLLV PowerPoint presentation at 6:15 p.m.

If you interested in more information but can't attend the Meet and Greet, e-mail me at deb@prioritybracelet.com or Megan Beste at megan.beste@gmail.com.

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