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The Junior Women’s Club of Mentor (JWCM) is a non-profit, non-denominational volunteer organization. United by the desire to create change and contribute to community improvement through volunteerism.
The Club was organized in March of 1962, holding their first meeting on May 31st.
2017 celebrates 55 years.
The JWCM are also the sponsors of MENTOR SAFETY TOWN a summer program for pre-school aged children of Lake County.
June, 2017 celebrates 30 years of Safety Town sponsorship by the Club
Join us in continuing our mission of helping the community while enjoying friendships, old and new by attending one of our Monthly Club Meetings.
Location of our meetings starting this fall:
Mentor United Methodist Hall, 8600 Mentor Avenue Mentor, Ohio 44060
Time: 7:00 pm Social and committee meetings, General Meeting begins at 7:30 pm
2016/2017 Club Meeting Schedule
- November 10
- December 15 (Holiday Meeting/Party)
- January 12
- February 9
- March 9
- April 13
- May 11 (Banquet)
Membership is open to all women 21 years of age and older. For Additional Information: Click Here to Contact Us
The Junior Women’s Club of Mentor (JWCM) has had a strong presence in Lake County for 53 years. Our continuous community support is primarily due to the smaller non-profit charitable organizations in the area. In addition, High School and Leaf Scholarships along with an Angel Fund are donated annually.
The women of the JWCM volunteer their time and resources compassionately and selflessly requesting only the support of the members of the community to help us do our work by attending our events, donating cash awards and gifts for our raffles.
In addition, the JWCM values the safety of our children and has sponsored the Mentor Safety Town for the past 25 years in partnership with the Mentor Fire and Police Departments. State Board certified teachers are hired to instruct the children and local area students volunteer as teen aides.
In addition to Sponsoring Mentor Safety Town, Scholarships, an Angel Fund and volunteerism, donations are made to various organizations including, but not limited to:
Lake County Victim Assistance Program
Lifeline for the Empowerment of Consumers, Inc.
Project Hope for the Homeless Ecumenical Shelter Network of Lake County, Inc.
St. James Lunch Program
The Salvation Army Learning Zone
Victim Assistance Program
Junior Mission Statement: Strive to enrich the community through Spirit, Service and Sisterhood.