Rochester Junior Women’s Club Makes Donation to the Furniture Bank

The Rochester Junior Women's Club (RJWC) hosted an old-fashioned Speakeasy to benefit the Furniture Bank of Southeastern Michigan. The price of admission was a twin sheet set. Robert Boyle, Executive Director of the Furniture Bank noted, "The Furniture Bank provides 70 local kids with a bed every month, and new bedding helps make sure they're sleeping in warmth and comfort." RJWC President, Mary Anderson, presented 34 sheet sets at the RJWC February Board meeting to Boyle and to lead … [Read more...]

Rochester Junior Women’s Club to host BINGOmania

Looking for a fun night out with friends? Like to help a good cause? Join the Rochester Junior Woman’s Club for their exciting fundraiser BINGOmania on October 23 at River Crest located at 900 West Avon Road. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. and the bingo games will begin at 7:00 p.m. The cost to attend is $30.00 per person. Entrance includes a reusable bingo card, (additional bingo cards may be purchased for $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00 at the door) along with appetizers and a sundae bar. A … [Read more...]

Rochester Junior Women’s Club Annual Installation Dinner

The Rochester Junior Women’s Club (RJWC) Recently Held their Annual Installation Dinner at Great Oaks Country Club During the evening their slate of officers for the 2018-2019 year were announced and are as follows: President Mary Anderson, President Elect/New Members Karen Geibel, Vice President Tanya Armitage-Edgeworth, Recording Secretary Jessica Cossette, Corresponding Secretary Jennifer Hyvari, Treasurer Cyndi Willoughby and Parliamentarian Carol Anne Ketelsen. Outstanding members … [Read more...]

Rochester Junior Woman’s Club Celebrates 60 Years in the Community

In 1956, 16 Rochester women; Robin Blanton, Joan Brann, Marilyn Brooks, Mary Burke, Mary Eberline, Peg Fetterly, Eveline Goble, Pat Henry, Ruth Herkless, Helen Mair, Kathy Crowe McAfee, Tommy Nirider, Gwen Ott, Ibbie Price, Leonore Talley and Katy Upton, came together to help the Rochester community be a better place to live. And, today, 60 years later, RJWC is still making a difference, fundraising and contributing to community betterment programs and organizations. The nonprofit, … [Read more...]