Giving Back

The Junior League of Elizabeth-Plainfield is Collecting Dresses for Young Women in Need

1fb2d2e2490ab6e565b6_dress_drive_flyer_2015_resize.jpg
ef59fa624e196b63e5b7_glasslsipperdresses.jpg
57071c1e6a76af8d67c1_Glassslipperdresses.jpg
ea0c88bdb8f9264e9698_GlassSLipperjewlery.jpg
ce142328377031fddcae_Glassslippershoes.jpg
ab35f976381e265e4091_JumbestoreFront80years.JPG
c5f8f377e2eadf96a36a_prom.jpg
1fb2d2e2490ab6e565b6_dress_drive_flyer_2015_resize.jpg

The Junior League of Elizabeth-Plainfield is now accepting lightly used prom dresses and formal wear for its annual “Glass Slipper Boutique” that will begin with the “preview night” on Friday, March 27th 7:30pm-9:30pm and all day Saturday, March 28th 10:00am-5:00pm. Dresses are being accepted now through March 21st and will be sold for $25 at The Jumble Store.

The “Glass Slipper Boutique” is a special formal wear sale held at The Jumble Store every year so that young women have the opportunity to purchase a prom dress at an affordable price. The Junior League of Elizabeth-Plainfield owns and operates The Jumble Store, a non-profit thrift store, located at 110 Walnut Ave. in Cranford that serves to raise the necessary funds for the league’s charitable programs.

The Junior League of Elizabeth-Plainfield helps families in crisis in Greater Union County and is part of the association of Junior Leagues International, Inc. which is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. It is a group of women that are catalysts for lasting community change and is exclusively educational and charitable.

For more information on the Junior League of Elizabeth-Plainfield and how to join, contact information@jlepnj.org or visit www.jlepnj.org

TAP Into Another Town's News:

You May Also Be Interested In

Sign Up for E-News

Cranford

Cranford H.S. Athletes of the Week: Anna Horne & Phil Marotta

April 17, 2018

CRANFORD, NJ - Due to impressive performances as goalies for varsity lacrosse, Anna Horne and Phil Marotta are Cranford High School's Athletes of the Week.

Horne, a junior, has 408 career saves. Her current total for the season is 84 saves as she helped lead the Cougars to victory in games against Montville and Governor Livingston.

"I like the team dynamic of lacrosse," ...

Northside Kitchen Wins ‘Best Bite’ at Westfield’s Sandwichfest

April 22, 2018

WESTFIELD, NJ — Northside Kitchen’s fried chicken sandwich beat sandwiches from nine other local restaurants to win “Best Bite” by popular vote at Sandwichfest Sunday. Northside Kitchen is located at 760 Prospect St. in Westfield.

More than 400 ticket holders each had a chance to taste 10 sandwiches and vote for their favorite, according to Rory Chadwick, one of ...

Emma's Brick Oven Offers Job Opportunities

April 26, 2018

Emma's Brick Oven Pizza is now looking for servers. The patio seating is opening, so Emma's is looking for additional servers.

Please call 908-497-1211 for further details if interested! 

Cranford Police Blotter: Marijuana-Related Arrests

April 24, 2018

The information provided does not represent the total scope of police activity. Individuals charged as a result of police investigations are merely an accusation. All defendants should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. 

 

1. 04/19/2018 6:13 p.m.

Raritan Road and Coleman Avenue 

Arrested: Rahman Daley, 22, Brooklyn NY 

Arrested by: Ptl. Daniel ...

'The Sting' shimmers and shakes at Paper Mill

‘The Sting ‘slithers and shakes at Paper Mill Playhouse

By LIZ KEILL

MILLBURN, NJ – In a premiere production of “The Sting,” Harry Connick Jr. commands the Paper Mill Playhouse stage in Millburn.

Based on the sensational Paul Newman/Robert Redford film in 1973, the 1930s plot centers on a con game and gambling, sometimes on a train between New York and ...

Politics IS Government in Union County

April 22, 2018

After Bruce Patrson of Garwood was stopped from speaking at the Union County freeholder meeting of March 22 regarding the politics behind refusing to give the party line to a sitting freeholder I thought this brazen suppression of free speech could not go unanswered. A the the April 19 meeting I answered with these comments.

After ten years of following government in Union County I conclude ...