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    JLSF is promoting the Little Black Dress Initiative Jan. 28-Feb. 1, 2019.

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    JLSF members learning with facilitator Vicki Clark.

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    The Junior League of Sioux Falls is invited to present to local community members on the topic of human trafficking.

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    Fun in the photo booth at a recent General Membership Meeting (Teri Abel, Lisa Karsky & Kelsey Lyndoe)

Women Building Better Communities.

Junior League has been in the Sioux Falls community for 40 years. We are part of the Association of Junior Leagues International, which is made up of 292 Junior Leagues in four countries.

The week of Jan. 28-Feb. 1, 2019, Junior League of Sioux Falls members will be wearing their little black dresses to raise awareness — and funds — to combat poverty. You’ll be able to tell by the “Ask Me About My Little Black Dress” buttons, which the women will wear each day, as they also wear the same black dress. Learn more about the Little Black Dress Initiative.

Our most recent community projects were:

Our Mission is three-fold:

  • The Junior League is a volunteer organization for women interested in making a positive impact in their communities.
  • Junior League develops the potential of women through leadership training so that they are equipped to take action to improve communities.
  • Junior League members are accomplished collaborators who build coalitions, identify community needs, and develop effective and responsive programs to serve those needs.

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