Junior league of plano texas
Texas Junior League of Plano (Compiler of Lone Star to Five Star)
Junior League of Collin County
Volunteerism is a major pillar of the JLCC foundation. With 41 years of service, JLCC members have contributed over , volunteer hours to nonprofits within Collin County. Nonprofits and corporations in Collin County were asked to nominate individuals and organizations for this award via application, based on volunteer efforts in This award celebrates an individual whose extraordinary hands-on volunteer service contributes to strengthening Collin County. Excellence in Leadership Award: Officer Art Parker, Plano Police This award recognizes an adult volunteer who engages in unpaid charitable activities, demonstrates personal commitment to long-term volunteer services, and makes a significant impact in addressing the needs of Collin County.
Local Profile of Collin County
About Rep Info Map About The Junior League of Collin County formerly known as Junior League of Plano is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, 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. Take advantage of the added strength and knowledge that you need to place your company in the forefront of your industry. The endless benefits of becoming a Chamber member are designed to help you grow your business to success. Log In.
This organization was founded in by thirteen visionary women who fully committed themselves to improving their evolving community at a time when Plano, Texas was becoming one of the fastest growing communities in the country. They formed the Plano Service League as they recognized there were needs in the community and they wanted to meet those needs. In , the Junior League of Plano adopted a new name, the Junior League of Collin County to more accurately reflect the growing countywide membership and expanding community impact. Our League has a deep history in the Collin County community, and through the decades, our members have remained committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community. Evidence of this impactful work can be seen all across our community, as our members have engaged in community building since the earliest days of the League, and Junior League of Collin County members engage and commit to making positive change and serving as leaders across the community.
On Thursday, November 3, the Junior League of Collin County and the Heritage Farmstead Museum of Plano held a luncheon celebrating the year relationship of the service league and the museum. The luncheon was hosted by Joan Biggerstaff of Plano, who was a founder and charter member of both the service league and the Heritage Farmstead Museum. Biggerstaff believed that once the house and property were secured for the museum, the Junior League was instrumental in providing a volunteer base to run the museum. Over the years, the Junior League of Collin County has assisted in giving museum tours and has held a number of events on the property. League members have also donated a number of the original home furnishings and collection items. The Junior League of Collin County has continued their partnership through the years by providing tour docents and contributing funds and volunteers to museum projects.