Junior Auxiliary of Arkadelphia has announced its Provisional class for the 2017-2018 year.

Junior Auxiliary of Arkadelphia has announced its Provisional class for the 2017-2018 year.
Showing interest in the Arkadelphia Chapter, this group of ladies attended the Provisional Tea held at the Dawson Educational Co-Op this past September. Since then, they have been learning about the organization, attending Chapter meetings, and participating in projects to determine if they wish to volunteer their time as active members of Junior Auxiliary for the next five years.
Last year, active members participated in projects that served the children of Clark County such as Angel Tree, backpacks for the Back to School Roundup, Breakfast with Santa, Camp Kaleidoscope, and the Pat Pennington scholarship. Local Chapter President Lacy Wolfe said she is enthusiastic about this year’s provisional class.
“We are excited to welcome a new group of women into Junior Auxiliary of Arkadelphia. They bring with them a passion for serving our community and will be a tremendous asset to our group,” she concluded.
Throughout their six months as Provisional members, these women have been working closely with Kalayah Anderson and Staci Huber, the chapter’s Provisional trainers.
“We have a great group of ladies in our provisional class this year,“ shared Huber. “They are motivated and are eager to work and do some really positive things for the children of Clark County.”
• About Junior Auxiliary of Arkadelphia:
Junior Auxiliary is a national non-profit organization that encourages members to render charitable services which are beneficial to the general public, with particular emphasis on children. Junior Auxiliary of Arkadelphia was chartered by a group of caring, enthusiastic women in 1975 and continues to grow and thrive throughout Clark County. Volunteers work tirelessly throughout the year on a variety of projects that focus on local children and families in need of assistance.
Junior Auxiliary of Arkadelphia is a part of the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries (NAJA), a non-profit organization founded in 1941 with headquarters in Greenville, MS. NAJA has more than 15,000 active, associate, and life members in 98 chapters in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee. The NAJA slogan is “Care Today – Character Tomorrow” and when teamed with the current focus of the Association, Junior Auxiliary Chapters are working more than ever before to increase awareness of child health and welfare and how it affects their futures.
• For more information on the Junior Auxiliary of Arkadelphia visit:
http://arkadelphiaja.wixsite.com/arkadelphia or their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ArkadelphiaJA/. For more information on NAJA, visit www.najanet.org.