The Junior Auxiliary of Columbus is creating a new project, Crown Club, to promote service and leadership in young ladies of Lowndes County.
Junior Auxiliary of Columbus is reaching out to graduating high school seniors in Lowndes County, encouraging them to consult with their school guidance counselor about applying for a scholarship from the nonprofit organization.
The decision was a hard one, but Junior Auxiliary of Columbus has announced cancellation of its spring 2021 Charity Ball.
A frenzy of packing is underway at the Columbus Arts Council’s Rosenzweig Arts Center. Boxes and bins fill the hallways, cover tabletops, line the walls. The flurry of activity has nothing to do with a new gallery exhibit, but it does have everything to do with art.
For more than 75 years, Junior Auxiliary of Columbus has been an active community partner, giving thousands of service hours in benefit of the children of Lowndes County. The nonprofit organization’s annual Charity Ball is a celebration and review of the work accomplished that year, and a reveal of the Charity Ball king and queen.
Twenty-two high school seniors comprise the Junior Auxiliary of Columbus Charity Ball Court to be presented during the annual event at Trotter Convention Center March 28.
Tickets to the 70th annual Junior Auxiliary of Columbus Charity Ball will be available for purchase Thursday evening, Feb. 20.
They sat cross-legged on the floor, doe-eyed and innocent, listening politely to group of women from the Junior Auxiliary of Columbus during a special program at Caledonia Elementary School Friday morning.
The subject matter — bullying — seemed inconsistent for an audience of fourth-graders, whose exposure to bullying has been limited.
That’s the whole point.
The deadline for Junior Auxiliary of Columbus scholarship applications to be submitted is Feb. 7, earlier than usual.
An evening of pageantry and a focus on service marked the introduction of the Junior Auxiliary of Columbus 2019 Charity Ball king and queen Saturday at Trotter Convention Center in Columbus.