Junior League of Duluth Membership Class

The Junior League of Duluth is an organization of great women who have been positively impacting the Twin Ports community for over 90 years.  The Junior League of Duluth women helped start the Human Development Center, the Polinsky Rehabilitation Center, North Country Ride, First Witness, and Safe Haven.  Members worked as docents at Glensheen and the Tweed Museum of Art as well as staffed the CARE office at City Hall.  Other programs designed to target elementary age children in the region have included: Seeds for Peace, Good Touch-Bad Touch and Kids in the Kitchen.

Now is the time for you to make an impact in the Twin Ports community!  A few hours a month spent with a diverse group of women really can and does make a difference.

The Fall Membership classes will be held before the Junior League of Duluth General Membership meetings in September, October and November.  We would like interested members to sign up for the new member courses by Sept. 17 (3 days before the General membership Meeting); you can do this by contacting Jennifer Webb directly: [email protected] or by going to www.volunteermatters.com/duluth.

The first time you visit the website, you will be asked to set up an account, after your account is set up, you will be able to register for the new member class.

New Member class info:

  • Session #1 (September 20th, 5-6:15pm, location TBD):  Getting Started in the Junior League of Duluth or What you need to know at your first General Membership Meeting
  • Session #2 (October 18):  The Junior League of Duluth Council Structure
  • Session #3 (November 15):  Junior League of Duluth: Past, Present and Future

If you have questions about the Junior League of Duluth or membership requirements, please contact Jennifer Webb, 218-726-8411 or email: [email protected]

To learn more about the Junior League of Duluth’s work in the Twin Ports community please visit: www.juniorleagueduluth.org or  Find us on Facebook.

The Junior League of Duluth is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.  Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.



about 13 years ago

I agree - even though the JL's are the villains in The Help - the Duluth chapter is great!


about 13 years ago

Wondering what the financial obligation is - yearly dues?


about 13 years ago

@ Carla: Thanks!
@heysme: Dues your first year are $35; after that $100/ year.  The dues as well as the money raised at Festival of Trees help us support local non-profits.


about 13 years ago

I think the Junior League does some nice things in our community. I had a great time helping to build Playfront (both times) with Junior Leaguers - it strikes me as a very down-to-earth, practical and influential women's fraternal organization.  (Language/grammar police: is is still called a fraternal organization when it's a women's group?) 

On a personal note, I think it would be great to start infiltrating some PDD-ettes into the organization to bring in new blood, all the while furthering our nefarious campaign for complete world domination.  (I just watched the Stepford Wives last night, so maybe I'm a little off-kilter today.)


about 13 years ago

Grammar Police says, nope, that'd be "sororal."


about 13 years ago

I think Junior League is a valuable leadership organization that would benefit any woman interested in improving her community. Junior League offers excellent training in leadership, organization, civic involvement, etc. Please consider joining, and contact Jen with questions or comments. I promise it will be nothing like the club you saw in "The Help."

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