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Junior League Of Oklahoma City Honored With New Kiosk At Oklahoma History Center

November 3, 2011

The Junior League of Oklahoma City will be placing an exhibit on display at the Oklahoma History Center in honor of the league’s rich history and its contributions to the community. It will include a detailed presentation of all the projects that the organization has done for the community since 1927.

The Junior League of Oklahoma City is composed of women who strive to create a better community for the people. It generally provides actions to address problems in the community, leadership trainings, charitable works, and programs in line with education improvement. For more than 80 years, the organization has been offering the community various programs and promoting volunteerism from the community.

The kiosk set up for the organization will be on display for five years at the history center. According to Ann Stephenson Cameron, former Junior League President, the display at the history center will be a way for the people to better understand the rich history of the organization and to recognize what they have done for the community.

Some of the programs established by the group include Rebuilding Together, Rhe Festival of the Arts, and the Positive Tomorrow. The first project of the Junior League was performed at the Walnut Grove. This program provides children with clothing, books, health care and, even field trips. Other programs include the Children’s Corral at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, the Arts Council of Oklahoma City, and the Jungly Gym Playground at the Oklahoma City Zoo.

Chris George
Oklahoma City Realtor
405.843.8188

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