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The Junior League of Long Island Seeks Applicants for its Ninth Signature Project Playground Build

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The Junior League of Long Island is seeking applicants for its ninth signature Project Playground build. The Junior League’s Project Playground is implemented over a two-year period. The first year is the planning phase focused on site location, community interaction and preparation. The actual construction of the playground is completed by Junior League members, along with the local community, during the second year of the project. Some of JLLI’s previous playgrounds have been built at The Patchogue Early Head Start Center, The Hagedorn Little Village School in Seaford, the EOC/Head Start School in Manhasset, the Family Service League in Bay Shore, The Boys & Girls Club of the Bellport Area and most recently at Pal-O-Mine Equestrian in Islandia, NY.

The Project Playground initiative demonstrates what can be accomplished when there is a common focus to make a difference in the lives of children and families on Long Island. “Project Playground is a very special project that all of our members take great pride in. It is a chance for us to work together to do something meaningful and long lasting for deserving local children,” said Stephanie Kearns, current President of The Junior League of Long Island.

For more information on Project Playground and to apply, please visit www.jlli.org or contact Janet Closs at projectplayground@jlli.org.

About the Junior League of Long Island
The Junior League of Long Island 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. Tracing its origins to 1951, the Junior League of Long Island has nearly 200 members in Nassau and Suffolk counties. Headquartered in the Village of Roslyn, the Junior League of Long Island is affiliated with the Association of Junior Leagues International® an organization of 293 Leagues throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and England. The Junior League of Long Island is designated as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. Our purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. www.jlli.org.


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