The Junior League of Fort Smith, Inc is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women,
and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational
The Junior League of Fort Smith reaches out to women of all races, religions, and national origins who exemplify a commitment to
voluntarism and desire to improve the community around them.
More than 200 of the state’s foster youth attended the Arkansas Youth Advisory Board (YAB) conference at the Arlington Hotel Resort & Spa in Hot Springs Tuesday (Aug. 13).
College recruiters, potential employers and state officials were on hand to help those getting ready to age out of state care answer the question “What now?”
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Email JLFSHolidayMarketMerchants@gmail.com to receive your application for Holiday Market 2013.
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What does "Aging Out of Foster Care" and Amanda Tolbert have in common? The out-going president of the JFLS, assisted in laying the foundation for the JLFS focus. Amanda has provided great vision, enthusiasm, and passion to our league and community. As we continue to research this silent issue, volunteer, and follow the mission of the JLFS, be prepared to hear much more on how "Aging Out" encompasses our community. The JLFS is making great strides in carrying our mission forward, IMPACTING those "Aging Out of Foster Care."
In 2012-2013 the JLFS members provided:
643 Volunteers to the Community;
1510 Hours servicing the Community;
And IMPACTED over 4502 Citizens of the Community.
Thank you JLFS members for giving your time to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community!
Tery Magrini and Angela Meeks are the JLFS newests Sustaining Members. They have provided over 7 years to vounteering for the JLFS. Our community has been impacted by your service and we know your journey forth will be successful!