Junior League of Bristol TN/VA, Inc.
P.O. Box 1448, Bristol, VA 24203
WOMEN BUILDING BETTER COMMUNITIES
The Junior League of Bristol helped to bring the very first Splash Pad to the Bristol area. That’s right! A SPLASH PAD in Bristol! This is a very exciting project and is sure to bring hours of fun to children (and adults!) from all over the Tri-Cities.
We are very excited to announce that we have reached our initial $100,000 Splash Pad goal! WOW! (*round of applause*) This is truly a testament to the hard work and dedication of our community.
While we have reached our initial goal, our work is never done. We will continue our fundraising campaign, to support additional enhancements to the Splash Pad!
As we move forward with this project, if you are able to make a donation to The Splash Pad, it would be greatly appreciated. Donations are tax deductible and go directly to benefit The Splash Pad. Think of any donation as a chance to help Junior League, an investment in your community, a wonderful gift to the children of Bristol, and a great tax deduction. It’s the gift that keeps on giving! If you have any questions, please contact Nicole Hughes here.
See here for more information on this exciting project.
Our committment to improving the community cannot succeed with out support from our membership and community.
The Junior League of Bristol has committed to a Focus on Literacy for the next three years. Click below to learn more about our projects . . .
Junior League of Bristol would like to extend an open invitation to all ladies who are interested in getting involved and helping out our community. This Spring, we will be hosting a meet and greet for all interested in joining our upcoming provisional class! For more information, or to secure your invitation, please send your name, mailing address, and phone number to Dr. Ashley Stiltner at email@example.com. We can't wait to meet you!
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women and children
in our community