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Monday, December 24, 2012
About 60 athletes and coaches helped Yorkville Junior Women’s Club with Operation Santa.
About 60 YHS Student athletes and coaches gave up some of their study time during finals week and helped provide toys to 380 Kendall County families as part of Operation Santa, a program run by the Yorkville Junior Women’s Club. Male and female athletes from the track and field teams, soccer teams and the girl’s basketball team helped sort and organize toys collected for the families. On Dec. 20 the toys were distributed to the families.
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Our new 'Last Chance' feature lets you know about important upcoming deadlines.
The Yorkville Junior Women's Club provided the following news release: The Yorkville Junior Women's Club is now accepting applications for its annual scholarship. The scholarship is open to all high school seniors who are Yorkville residents. Yorkville High School students can obtain a scholarship form from Diane Wallin beginning Tuesday, March 20. High school seniors who reside in Yorkville but do not attend YHS can obtain a scholarship form by contacting Wendy at 773-454-7996 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Scholarship applications are also available online at yorkvillejwc.com Scholarship application deadline is Thursday, April 12. Do you know of any other important upcoming deadlines that Yorkville Patch readers need to know? E-mail them to …
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Yorkville Junior Women's Club plants 19 flamingos in a Plano woman's yard to celebrate her 82nd birthday. It's also part of group's "flocking" fundraiser.
These bandits work in the middle of the night. Sometimes they wear pink; sometimes they have short accomplices. They aren’t just mercenaries. They certainly do it for the money, but they also do it for the giggles. They aren’t thieves at all. They don’t take things; they leave them behind. Nineteen pink, plastic flamingos, to be exact. One just has one “leg,” but she still stands strong. The Yorkville Junior Women’s Club takes donations to “plant” these pink plastic ladies in area front yards and then passes on the donations to other local charities, such as the Kendall County Food Pantry and the Mutual Ground Women’s Shelter. Rosemary Madsen, of Plano, never saw them coming. She has an Easter (plus early birthday) celebration with family…
Saturday, March 26, 2011
Members create book of 175 recipes to celebrate organization's 20th anniversary.
The Yorkville Junior Women's Club has been committing random acts of kindness since 1991. Its members coordinated more than 1,400 gifts for families in need through Operation Santa. They provided scholarships for high school students and made donations to schools, libraries and parks. Now they are giving the gift of good taste. To commemorate the club's 20th anniversary, the members have compiled a cookbook that contains over 175 recipes that range from entrees, drinks and desserts. The recipes come from the kitchens of club members, both past and present. “We have actually been kicking around the idea for creating a cookbook for a couple years now,” club president Brigette Schroeder said. “We all love cooking, and we thought that this…