Jack and Jill chapter inducts new members

Jack and Jill chapter inducts new members
July 20
05:00 2017

The Winston-Salem Chapter of Jack and Jill of America recently inducted nine new members during a ceremony at the Brookstown Inn. 

They have taken a pledge to live out the organization’s motto, “Let’s Work, Let’s Live, Let’s Play Together.” The new members are preparing for a year of enriching activities to enhance not only the lives of their children, but the lives of children in the Winston-Salem community as well.

After being formally introduced to the organization, the organization’s newest members will join in programming activities this August.

The new members are: Camille French, Monique Brown, Fentress Gerald, Euricka Eustache, Denisha Greene, Kristen Hairston, Traci Hanes, Stacey Jones and Martine Silver.

The Winston-Salem Chapter is under the leadership of President Tomisha Gladman.  In the coming year, the chapter will again partner with a community organization to provide Thanksgiving food baskets for more than 30 disadvantaged families. Members will also continue a partnership with the YWCA Best Choice Center, and participate in the March of Dimes March for Babies.  The chapter will also sponsor its annual Career Panel Workshop in the spring.

The Winston-Salem Chapter was established in 1951, and recently celebrated its 65th anniversary. It is guided by a mission to participate in cultural, educational, social and spiritual programming that will strengthen the family unit.

Each year, the Chapter’s activities are designed to promote personal and family growth through meaningful experiences and relationships for the children and the community.

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