The Junior Auxiliary of Columbus held its second annual “Treat and Tour” event on Sunday, Aug. 14 to welcome 16 new members of the service-based organization, Crown Club.
New members and their guests were treated to refreshments and festive décor, given a tour of The Hut, which is where JA meets and houses its operations, and provided with information about Junior Auxiliary and Crown Club.
Representing schools across Lowndes County, these sophomore ladies will have the opportunity to work alongside the junior Crown Club class and current JA members in performing service projects throughout the year.
Coming off a highly successful inaugural year, Crown Club members are anxious to get started and implement new projects that will benefit the youth of Lowndes County.
“Crown Club volunteered at HEARTS and Trinity Place Retirement Community, donated over $500 in school supplies, led anti-bullying and reality fair presentations in local high schools and participated in the city of Columbus’ bicentennial Christmas parade,” said Natalie Bishop, New Hope High School junior and Crown Club President. “As Crown Club’s first president, I foresee us fulfilling our mission to serve the children of Lowndes County even more this year. Planning and work has already begun to make 2022-2023 an even more productive Crown Club year.”
Junior Auxiliary of Columbus is pleased to welcome the 16 new members of the Crown Club organization.
Molly Kate Cuthbertson
Sophie Cate Harding
Ella Kathryn Naugher
Crown Club, sponsored by Junior Auxiliary of Columbus, is a service-based organization with a purpose of providing local high school girls an opportunity to grow through service to the local community.
For more information on Crown Club and Junior Auxiliary, visit www.jacolumbus.org/crownclub.
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