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Jack and Jill The Woodlands celebrates 30 Years of Service

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The Woodlands Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc, is celebrating 30 years of service in the community.

Established to provide children all the opportunities possible for leadership through chapter programming, community service, legislative advocacy, and philanthropic giving, this 5 Star Chapter continues to thrive and be an active contributor of service in The Woodlands.  The organization is even more focused on making a change in the community.

 

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With the theme “10 Years Charting, 10 Years Better, and 10 Years Stronger,” The Woodlands Chapter celebrated the milestone on November 11th and “Jack and Jill Day of The Woodlands” as proclaimed by Mayor Sylvester Turner.

Jack and Jill of America, Inc. is an African-American membership organization of mothers who nurture future leaders by strengthening children ages 2-19 through chapter programming, community service, legislative advocacy and philanthropic giving. They are a nationwide organization with over 225 chapters in seven geographic regions encompassing 35 states and the District of Columbia.
The Woodlands chapter has activity groups for the children which include: Jumping Jacks (2-5 years), Superstars (grades 1-4), Pacesetters (grades 5-7), and Essence (teens). These groups are the heart of the organization and work together throughout the year on cultural, educational and social events.
Learn more about The Woodlands Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc and how to get involved at www.jackandjillthewoodlands.com.
Source: Meshonda D. Womble

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