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If you are interested in joining the CJWC or just want more information, please email: cjwcmembership@gmail.com

Meet the Coronado Junior Woman's
2021-2022 Executive Board

President - Jenny Stein

1st Vice President - Lyle Anderson

2nd Vice President - Erin Todaro

3rd Vice President - Emily Jensen & Sam Lapid

Treasurer - Jamie O'Grady & Kelly Valenzuela

Secretary - Cory Stege

Parliamentarian - Skylar Matthews

Historian - Megan West

Publicity - Kelly Cahoon

Social Chairman - Ali Blake & Courtney Castiglione

Amentities Chairman - Jaelyn Frey

Alternate - Taylor Withouski

 

CORONADO JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB

Our mission is to unite together women who are dedicated to enhancing the spirit of Coronado through educational, civic and philanthropic services. We pledge our loyalty to the Junior Woman's Club by doing better than ever before, what work we have to do, by being prompt, honest, courteous, by living each day trying to accomplish something, not merely to exist.

MEMBERSHIP

To become a member you need to attend two meetings and work on an event. Annual dues are $85. We usually meet in a home of a member on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm. Visit our Calendar or find us on Facebook for the most updated information. Our meetings consist of food, drinks, great conversation and working towards our club goals.

FUNDRAISING

Our Annual Fundraiser, held each October, is A Taste of Coronado. In the past we have held other fundraisers throughout the year, including:

  • Crown City Crawl

  • Cinco de Mayo

  • Purse Party

  • Rummage Sales

CJWC also donates time, hard work and money to the following:

  • Halloween Window Painting

  • Coronado Flower Show

  • Thanksgiving Coloring Contest

BENEFICIARIES

CJWC's fundraising events and hard work has helped with scholarships, playground equipment, girl scouts, art, music, drama, athletic programs, library, Sharp Coronado Hospital, Coronado DARE, Coronado Schools, Camp Wamp, San Diego Fisher House, Special Education, Monarch Schools, A Walk on Water, Camp Able, and Coronado Historical Society.