The Poland Junior Women’s Club, or PJWC, is an organization of civic-minded women dedicated to serving the community of Poland, Ohio. Established in 1980 as an offshoot to the Poland Women’s Club, the PJWC coordinates and organizes various community events, including the summer concerts at the Town Hall Gazebo, the annual Halloween Parade, the Easter Egg Hunt for the children, and the Lighting of the Village in December. In addition, we raise money to provide scholarships for deserving Poland High School seniors, and we sponsor needy families during the holidays in conjunction with the Poland Food Pantry. Our founding charter also directs us to support other diverse projects for the beautification and progress of the Poland community as they arise.
The Poland Junior Women’s Club is an organization of civic-minded women dedicated to:
- working as advocates for Poland residents in need, with discretion and respect
- committing to higher education by providing deserving Poland students with college scholarships
- actively supporting diverse projects for the beautification and progress of Poland, Ohio
Our business is not to remake ourselves, but to make the absolute best of what God made.
President – Laurie LaPlante – (330) 881-2899 (C)
Vice-President – Dianne Phillips – (330) 518-8875 (C)
Secretary -Krysta Crooks- (330) 716-1152 (C)
Treas – Carolyn Fender – (330) 720-4460 (C)
Our meetings are held monthly from September through May (see “Meetings/Programs” under “About Us” above), and we always welcome new members!
Please click on “Contact” if you’d like more information about the group, or check out the “Events” area for more details on our specific events.
Come join a fun, civic-minded organization dedicated to supporting the community of Poland.