In addition to hosting a phenomenal speaker (more on that here), we are playing an interactive game with some AJLI and JLNVB facts in the following categories:
- Famous Junior League Women
- JLNVB Board Members
- AJLI Initiatives
- JLNVB Initiatives
- JLNVB Councils
This page will be updated regularly with information to help you WIN, so keep checking for updates!
- 1985: The JLNVB headquarters was moved to the Taylor-Whittle House. It is the oldest home in Norfolk, built circa 1790.
- 1927: Our first news sheet is published (a precursor to our TIDEings newsletter).
The JLNVB has a long history of supporting projects focused on the health of the whole person
- 1928 – Assists the Kings Daughters Free Baby Clinic
- 1933 – Works with four other Leagues to plan a study of Child Welfare in Virginia
- 1938 – Begins work for a Mental Hygiene Clinic
- 1949 – Helps establish a Central Dental Clinic
- 1950 – Helps establish a Cerebral Palsy Clinic
- 1925: The JLNVB was founded by Mrs. Lawrence F. Tucker and 10 other members.
- Mrs. Tucker’s daughter, Kirkland Clarkson, is a past JLNVB President and current Sustainer.
- 1926: The JLNVB held our first fundraising event, a cabaret. Over $1,500 was raised to donate towards community initiatives. (That’s $18,000 in today’s dollars!)