During World War II, the entire country was moved to support war efforts in every way possible to include changes in the labor market, volunteer endeavors, and making sacrifices–all for the good of national unity– and the Junior League of San Antonio was at the forefront of such efforts in our city. In 1944, JLSA… Read More
On November 18, 1933, the Junior League of San Antonio sponsored a horse show at Brackenridge Park to benefit the Children’s Free Clinic–a legacy project of the League. This horse show featured several classes to include three and five-gait, jumping, saddle, driving, and polo. There were even events for children–a class open to boys and… Read More
As a member of the Junior League of San Antonio I am often asked, “Why do y’all call yourselves Junior League?” Honestly, I don’t know. Why is the Junior League not simply called “The League” or the “League of Extraordinary Women” (I’m quite fond of this name) or the “Women’s League?” Presently, the term “Junior”… Read More
The Junior League of San Antonio provides opportunities for valuable leadership experience through fundraising, membership development, league communications, and many other areas within our nonprofit.
The Junior League of San Antonio supports efforts to ensure that women have the opportunities and services essential to their intellectual, economic, social, mental, physical, and emotional well-being.
The Junior League of San Antonio, Inc.'s Volunteer Extraordinaire Award is presented each year to a sustaining member of the League who exemplifies the true spirit of voluntarism. She is a visionary who has been serving others throughout her League career and continues to dedicate her time and efforts in our community.
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