On Saturday, September 14th, our Junior Guild ladies spent their morning cleaning our streets! A big thank you to these ladies for sacrificing their Saturday morning to keep our street clean. We look forward to our next one in a few months! Please join us.
On Saturday, March 9th, our Junior Guild ladies spent their morning cleaning our streets! We had a great turn out and a few members brought their children - never to early to teach them how to give back to our great community. Huge thank you to these ladies for sacrificing their Saturday morning (a cold and rainy morning at that).
Our 2018 Mum Sale was a huge success. Our Junior Guild members sold 384 mums and our two top sellers were Tiffany Delano and Mariah McKellar. A huge THANK YOU to all our ladies (and their significant others) who worked hard to make this possible!
The Provisional Class chose to work with the Down East Partnership for Children for their project this year. They chose this particular organization due to their work with children in our communities since they are the future leaders of our community. The DEPC’s mission is “to launch every child as a healthy, lifelong learner by the end of the third grade.” They do this in part by strategically investing money into the school system and also holding events for children and their families throughout the year to build a sense of community within the twin counties. The particular focus throughout the project was updating Discovery Park by pressure washing and then painting already existing play houses with fresh paint and new trim. The provisional class was able to have the project completed by the Party In the Park on April 17th. The play houses received rave reviews from the children. Remaining paint will be donated to the DEPC for touch-ups on the houses and whatever else they would like to use the paint for throughout the year.
2015 Scholarship Recipient - Cassi Pinyan
Cassi is in her 3rd year at UNC Chapel Hill. She will graduate in May 2019 with a BS in Psychology, and a BA in Human Development and Family Studies. Currently Cassi is studying abroad in England, conducting her own research project looking at the role of technology in the lives of adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Longterm she hopes to become a licensed Occupational Therapist, working with children and adolescents with various developmental and intellectual disabilities. In her free time, Cassi is a part of UNC's Marching Band, works as a Starbucks Coffee Master, and loves spending time with her friends and family.
The Fall/Winter Guild Gazette is now available!
Some items you'll find in the Gazette:
- Fall Mum Sale
- Message from Past President
- 2017-2018 Officers
- December Social
- Fun Facts
- Scholarship Recipient
- Puppet Shows
- Corporate Sponsors
- Community Trust Recipients
- President's Update
- Upcoming Events
- Member Spotlight
- Bargain Sale
- & MORE!
March 3, 2018
7:00AM - 12:00PM
Rocky Mount Farmer's Market
The Guild’s spring fundraiser is the annual bargain sale, where members and sustainers donate gently used items to be sold to the public at affordable prices.
The 15th Annual Bargain Sale and Breakfast will be held on Saturday, March 3, 2018 from 7-12 pm. The event will be held at the Farmer’s Market and will be open to the general public with a $2 per person admission fee. We will sell various donated breakfast items during the sale.
News from the Junior Guild
The Junior Guild of Rocky Mount is a civic organization comprised of women who live or work in the Rocky Mount area, focused on serving the needs of our community through volunteerism.