What’s in a Name? Some of us have never met Barbara Forster but Barbara embodies the Junior League of Minneapolis’ commitment to civic engagement and advocacy. Barbara is celebrated as an outstanding member of the Junior League of Minneapolis, who has used her talents and resources to improve the social and economic conditions of others.… Read More
Do you have a stack of books that you have been meaning to read? How did that pile grow, what compelled you to purchase these books? What enticed you to buy those at the bookstore? Was it the clever title or interesting cover that sparked an interest? Back to school season is upon us and… Read More
Please join the Junior League of Minneapolis the evening of Wednesday, October 2 to recognize and celebrate Barbara Forster as the 13th recipient of the Legacy of Leadership Lifetime Achievement Award and the impact her voluntarism has had on the Minneapolis community. The evening will include: Light hors d’ouvres, 1 drink ticket (then cash bar)… Read More
The Junior League of Minneapolis, a nearly 100-year-old nonprofit rooted in the philosophy of community service, voluntarism, and personal development, is pleased to announce that Barbara Forster is the recipient of its annual Legacy of Leadership Lifetime Achievement Award. Barbara embodies the Junior League of Minneapolis’ commitment to social responsibility and giving. An outstanding community… Read More
Junior League of Minneapolis is saddened at the passing of Emily Anne Staples
The Junior League of Minneapolis is pleased to announce that Patty Murphy is the recipient of the 2017 Katharine Phelps Lifetime Achievement Award. Patty—through her service to the Greater Minneapolis area and the Junior League of Minneapolis (JLM)—perfectly embodies Katharine Phelps’ sense of social responsibility and giving spirit. Fellow community leaders also endorse her nomination. R.T.… Read More
Math, Engineering, and Science are taken to a new level of fun as we work to engage and equip parents with ways to continue activities through hands-on projects to do in their homes. Each school year, over 50 families of kids K-5 attend monthly events (8 family nights and 4 conferences). Additionally, two large-scale events in partnership with GEMS/GISE reach 400-500 families and deliver STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) activities to engage parents and students. Dive-in to see how the JLM is reaching our community through this important program.
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