Thinking about joining the Junior League of Omaha? It can be scary to try new things, we get it, and we’re here to help! Here’s a rundown of what to expect when you join Junior League of Omaha, read more at the link below! Junior League New Member Year: What to Expect (jloconnections.com)
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In the mood for some spring cleaning? You’ll have one more chance to donate to the Junior League’s 4th Annual Bargain Bash! We will be holding our final drop-off date in April, and would love the chance to take any gently used home goods, clothing, kitchen appliances, décor, and/or furniture off of your hands. Your… Read More
Did you know the first recorded Junior League cookbook was printed in 1930? It’s titled “The Junior League Recipe Book” and was privately printed by the Los Angeles league. The oldest Junior League cookbook still in print was published initially in 1950! Since their inception, any profits from cookbook sales were used to support community… Read More
The Junior League of Omaha is thrilled to be working with our community partners! This year, the League is partnering with Heart Ministry Center, The Big Garden, No More Empty Pots, The Union for Contemporary Arts, and Together Omaha. This blog will discuss our partnership with The Big Garden. Read more.
Let’s face it, breakfast casseroles are perfect when you need to feed a crowd right away in the morning. Eggs, sausage, and hash browns, layered in a casserole dish and placed in the oven – does it get easier than that? Serve this with fruit (and a mimosa or two), and you are guaranteed to… Read More
We are very excited to announce that the Junior League of Omaha will be hosting its fourth annual Bargain Bash at the Hope Center for Kids on Saturday, May 15 and Sunday, May 16, 2021. Read more.
COVID-19 has affected every family in our community, hear from Community Impact Council Director Catherine Harrington on how this has affected her family, the Junior League of Omaha and how were are continuing our community impact safely during these times. Read more here.
Organizational Development Institutes (ODIs) are AJLI leadership development meetings that provide Junior League members with mission-based training in key areas critical to the healthy functioning of a League. Held over the course of a three-day weekend (Friday midday to Sunday noon), ODIs are a fun-filled and refreshing way for Junior League members to learn. More… Read More