Crown Club

Project Chairs: Sarah Snowden and Erin Young

Project Co-Chair: Kirsten Bowen

JA Crown Club

Junior Auxiliary of Oxford hosted our Annual Crown Club Tea on Sunday, September 23rd at the Chancellor’s House. This event always kicks off the year for our new Crown Club members and is a great way for them to get to know one another. This year, we are welcoming 42 high school girls who reside in Oxford and Lafayette County to join Crown Club. This is a beautiful group of bright and smart young women who are eager to serve our wonderful community. JA of Oxford is always so proud of the work Crown Club does each year. It’s a great way to instill leadership skills and the importance of volunteering in the women of our future.

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Crown Club is a serviced-based club for 9th-12th grade girls in the City of Oxford and Lafayette County. It is sponsored by the Junior Auxiliary of Oxford. Members should be passionate about volunteering & giving back to their community.

 

*When are the monthly meetings?

Sunday at 4:00pm at the Oxford Public Library

*What are the requirements for Crown Club?

·       Members must attend 2/3 of monthly chapter meetings

·       Members must complete 20 hours of service

·       Members must pay yearly dues of $25

 *Why should you join Crown Club?

Crown Club is a fun way to get involved in your community & learn more about volunteering, it’s also a great chance to let your leadership skills thrive! We’ll have monthly meetings and plan service projects throughout the school year. Junior Auxiliary scholarships are given with priority to members of Crown Club.

*When do I apply?
Applications are accepted in the month of August for the upcoming school year. 
Applications can be turned in to the front office at each high school or mailed to JA of Oxford, PO Box 1897 Oxford, MS 38655. All new members are notified at the beginning of September.