Carpe Diem, Junior Leaguers!

Let's celebrate the here and now.

We kicked off the Piper year with a look at our 50-year history, and now it's time to focus on the present moment—something most of us probably don't do often enough. This Winter issue is all about "Where We Are Today" as a League, and it's safe to say we're giving new meaning to the term "multi-tasking"! Inside this issue, you'll find:

  • The fascinating results of the Communications Council's member survey, which sheds light on who our members are and what makes them tick (with clever illustrations by the endlessly talented Kris Spencer-Jones)
  • A look at the process that led to our new community focus area: Getting and Keeping Girls in Technology
  • Inspiring updates from our two current community projects, MPower and Project READ
  • The scoop on our updated approach to attracting new members, from Membership Development VP Nacole Barth-Ellis
And as always, we've got tons of photos and recaps from recent events, including the Sustainer Fall Luncheon, the Pancake Breakfast and the SPAC Fall Conference--hosted by the JLPA•MP!

Check it all out HERE

Our final Piper of the 2014-2015 year—"Where We're Going"—is already in the works, so be sure to submit story ideas, photos and other content by April 20.

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Upcoming Events

  • Mar

    Done in a Day with Princess Project

    SATURDAY, MARCH 28  •  8:30 AM TO 1 PM  •  SANTA CLARA 

    The Princess Project Silicon Valley helps high school girls in financial need attend their prom with style and confidence by providing free evening gowns and jewelry. Come help these young ladies pick out their prom dress and accessories. Click here to sign up!

  • Mar

    Spring Flower Arranging

    SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 10:00 AM TO 12 PM 

    Alma Community Room, 3441 Alma Street, Palo Alto

    Create your own beautiful springtime floral arrangement ready to place on your table for family and guests to admire. Have fun while you learn the principles of constructing table centerpieces. Floral designer David Petrovay has been working in the floral arrangement industry since the early 1970s. Learn from David and go home with a piece of Springtime! Cost is $40 and space is limited. Please bring your own shears for cutting flowers. Click here to sign up!

  • Apr

    Hidden Villa Done in a Day

    SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 9 AM to 12:30 PM 

    Click here for more information.

  • Apr

    Pet Portrait Picnic


    Celebrate your pet or pets with a professional photo while connecting with other League members. The day will include snacks and light cocktails for adults, as well as activities and snacks for children. Cost is $30 for 10 minute portrait including access to digital prints (up to 2 pets per session, family attendance included, digital prints only) or $15 for family attendance (attendance of two or more includes food, beverages and activities - no photoshoot) or $10 for individual attendance (attendance for one, includes food, beverages and activities - no photoshoot). Click here for tickets.