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Annual Activities

The Junior Woman’s Club of Southington makes many donations of services and money to the community each year. These donations are supported by our fund-raising activities held throughout the year. Some of our annual projects include:

• College scholarship
• Town-wide Spelling Bee
• Holiday food baskets
• Christmas gifts for local residents
• Christmas cookies for Bread for Life
• Easter baskets for young clients of Plainville Food Pantry
• Easter baskets for young clients of Wheeler Clinic
• Valentine's Day party for children at Wheeler Clinic
• Mother’s Day baskets for Time for Life
• Spring Clean Up for United Way of Southington


Middle School Dances

The Junior Woman's Club of Southington partners with Southington Parks and Rec to provide refreshments during the monthly Middle School Dances at Derynoski School. All the upcoming Dance dates are available in our Calendar of Events page.


Town-Wide Spelling Bee

Connecticut Junior Women, Inc., sponsors an annual State Spelling Bee for students in 5th & 6th grades in participating cities and towns.

The State Spelling Bee is representative of the goals of CJW in that it shows support for both public and private education. Local CJW clubs work with their Boards of Education, private educational systems and other educational organizations to assure the most productive and beneficial curriculum is obtained for all students. Spelling bees show the knowledge students acquire each day through their studies.

CJW clubs offer assistance in running school spelling bees, as well as the local city or town spelling bee. Students in 5th and 6th grade compete in classroom spelling bees, then in a school-wide spelling bee. Each school sends two winners and an alternate to the local spelling bee; two winners and an alternate represent cities and towns in the CJW State Spelling Bee.

The CJW Spelling Bee is usually held in early April.


State-Wide Project

Covenant to Care for Children

Mission statement:
"Covenant to Care for Children mobilizes and channels the generosity of caring and faithful people to advocate for, mentor and provide direct assistance to Connecticut's children and youth who are neglected, abused or at-risk."

About Covenant to Care
Covenant to Care for Children mobilizes and channels the generosity of caring and faithful people to advocate for, mentor and provide direct assistance to Connecticut's children and youth who are neglected, abused or at-risk.

Covenant to Care for Children works to create a future where all Connecticut children have caring families and safe places to live and all caring and faithful people demonstrate their own personal commitment to the welfare of children.

Covenant to Care for Children is more than just a name, it is a core part of how we approach our service to the abused, neglected and at-risk children and youth of Connecticut. Through our Adopt a Social Worker Program, faith-based organizations sign a covenant in which they promises to care and provide for our children in a particular Social worker's caseload. These caring and faithful people provide those things that go above and beyond what the State can provide and often these gifts from the spirit allow a family to stay together or reunite.

-Taken from Covenanttocare.org

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