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July 26, 2007
At its installation of the new board of directors, the Junior League of Pasadena promised to continue its strong commitment to Girls Rock! The signature project of the organization, Girls Rock! offers innovative and unique developmental learning experiences for girls in grades 6 though 8 and their parents or guardians, with the hope that these experiences will positively impact their lives and strengthen their personal foundations for the future. In her remarks upon installation as the new president of the JLP, Dana Jones of Pasadena said, "We believe in developing the potential of women.
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January 26, 2006
Rolling out its newest signature project, "Girls Rock!," the Junior League of Pasadena, Inc. convened a half-day conference Jan. 18 focusing on the unique issues and challenges confronting middle school girls. Attending the conference were representatives of public and private schools, communities, community agencies and social services organizations from across the San Gabriel Valley, including: Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard, Boys and Girls Club of America, Chandler School, The Gooden School, The Institute for Girls' Development, Lake Avenue Church, Lake Avenue Community Foundation, Loma Alta Elementary School, Mayfield School, Partners in Education (PUSD)
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June 1, 2006
Wilson School was abuzz with activity on May 19 when students prepared for a special assembly and a volunteer fair. As part of its "Girls Rock!" focus on middle school girls, the Junior League of Pasadena created the "Side By Side" program. All year, JLP volunteers have been participating in a variety of volunteer projects along with a group of middle school girls. Now, with the school year coming to an end, the middle school girls worked together both to pass on what they've learned and to tell their peers about the value of voluntarism.
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March 15, 2007
Members of the Junior League of Pasadena and friends enjoyed the hospitality of Nordstrom's Glendale on Thursday, Feb. 22 for an invitation-only private shopping event. Over 300 guests enjoyed food, drinks and live music provided by Nordstrom Glendale as the store was closed to the public from 7 to 10 p.m. With the theme, "Spring Fling... Fresh, Fabulous Fashion," live "mannequins" greeted and, in some cases, surprised the guests as they arrived. Later, the models participated in a style show hosted by Nordstrom Regional Merchandisers from fashion jewelry, handbags and fashion accessories.
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August 10, 2006
The Junior League of Pasadena welcomed 43 women to an open house held on Tuesday, July 25, at Junior League Headquarters. These prospective members were from all over the San Gabriel Valley and beyond, including Pasadena, San Marino, Altadena, South Pasadena, Burbank and North Hollywood. The reception was designed to introduce interested members of the community to the volunteer activities and the members of the Junior League of Pasadena (JLP). According to Provisional Chair Katrina Onderdonk of Pasadena, "It was a fabulous turn-out and gave us an opportunity to share the JLP with so many women in the community.
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By Jane Napier Neely | May 7, 2009
My birthday has come and gone and I don’t feel a day older than my heyday when I was in my 30s. However, the mirror quickly brings me back to reality. I spent my birthday celebration at the Las Floristas Headdress Ball at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Julie Pejsa Julie Pejsa was not only my very gracious hostess but also a mannequin. Next week I’ll tell you more about it and show you photos of the fabulous headdresses, for now I have other news to tell you. It was a truly sweet affair recently when the Junior League of Pasadena held its fund-raiser, called the “ Chocolate Chip Ball ” at Castle Green in Pasadena.
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July 26, 2007
At its installation of the new board of directors, the Junior League of Pasadena promised to continue its strong commitment to Girls Rock! The signature project of the organization, Girls Rock! offers innovative and unique developmental learning experiences for girls in grades 6 though 8 and their parents or guardians, with the hope that these experiences will positively impact their lives and strengthen their personal foundations for the future. In her remarks upon installation as the new president of the JLP, Dana Jones of Pasadena said, "We believe in developing the potential of women.
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January 26, 2006
Rolling out its newest signature project, "Girls Rock!," the Junior League of Pasadena, Inc. convened a half-day conference Jan. 18 focusing on the unique issues and challenges confronting middle school girls. Attending the conference were representatives of public and private schools, communities, community agencies and social services organizations from across the San Gabriel Valley, including: Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard, Boys and Girls Club of America, Chandler School, The Gooden School, The Institute for Girls' Development, Lake Avenue Church, Lake Avenue Community Foundation, Loma Alta Elementary School, Mayfield School, Partners in Education (PUSD)
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