Edwardsville, IL, October 14, 2015 – This year the Junior Service Club of Edwardsville/Glen Carbon has chosen the superhero theme for its third biennial pub crawl, which will take place Saturday, November 14, 2015.
The Superhero Pub Crawl will kick off at Social Gastro Pub in Edwardsville, with registration from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Park the Bat Mobile at Social because, new this year, a shuttle service will provide transportation between bars. The first shuttle will leave Social at 6:15 p.m. and the last shuttle will return to Social at midnight.
Participating “superheroes” will receive an official Superhero Pub Crawl shirt, bottle doozie, superhero accessory and free shuttle rides with the purchase of a $35 ticket. Many of the participating bars will also provide food and drink specials.
Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available online at www.edglenjuniorservice.org. Proceeds from the Superhero Pub Crawl will go directly to the more than 35 organizations in the community that are supported by JSC.
About the JSC
The Junior Service Club of Edwardsville/Glen Carbon is a philanthropic, non-profit 503 1C organization comprised of women who are dedicated to making a difference in their community by enriching the lives of others. They strive to foster volunteerism by developing members’ interests and talents through a variety of service projects and fundraising by building relationships. Those interested in learning more about the Junior Service Club should visit the website at www.edglenjuniorservice.org or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/EdGlenJuniorService.
Inquiries about the Junior Service Club should be directed to Danielle Dacus, President at 314-374-7846 or email@example.com. Inquiries about the Pub Crawl should be directed to Tara Riggs at 618-580-7470 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Savor the holiday spirit as the Junior Service Club of Edwardsville/Glen Carbon presents the biennial Holiday House Tour. Six gracious homeowners from Edwardsville and Glen Carbon will open their homes on Sunday, December 7, 2014 for the self-guided tours between 12:00pm and 4:30 p.m. The Holiday House Tour includes interesting architectural styles and home furnishings, as well as a variety of collections of Christmas decorations. This year’s tour also includes an exciting wreath raffle and a food and gift collection for the Glen Ed Pantry.
Tickets are $20 each in advance (children under 12 and pets are not permitted), and are available for purchase online at www.edglenjuniorservice.org/holiday-house-tour or at one of the following locations: Miss Bailey’s Poppy Patch, YMCA, Metro Eye Care, Gingham Buffalo, White Birch, HolidayCleaners, Ooh La La Spa, and Bin 51. If available, tickets can be purchased on the day of the event for $25.
All of the funds raised by the JSC go back into to the community in the form of scholarships and donations to local non-profit organizations such as the Glen-Ed Food Pantry, Riverbend Head Start, Habitat for Humanity, and many others.
HUDSON JEWELERS DONATES THREE PIECES TO JUNIOR SERVICE CLUBOF EDWARDSVILLE/GLEN CARBON DINNER AUCTION
The Junior Service Club of Edwardsville / Glen Carbon, celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, is hosting their “Diamonds are Forever” Dinner Auction at Sunset Hills CountryClub on February 8. The JSC received a generous donation of insupport of the Auction from local fine jewelry store, Hudson Jewelers, which will be raffled off at the event. Lisa Hudson of Hudson Jewelers has continually supported Junior Service with donations to the auction since its inception. The JSC Dinner Auction is an annual event that features dinner, an open bar, valet parking, live and silent auction as well as musical entertainment provided by Dr. Zhivegas. Tickets to the Dinner Auction are available for $100 per person and can be purchased until January 31, 2014 through the clubs website at www.edglenjuniorservice.org/dinner-auction.
Future fundraising events include Kidmania which will be held on March 8, 2014, at Edwardsville High School from 8 – noon. The event is slated to have over 80 vendors in attendance that will be selling gently used children’s items including clothing, toys and items for expectant parents. More information can be found at www.edglenjuniorservice.org/kidmania.
Junior Service Club of Edwardsville/Glen Carbon
Junior Service Club of Edwardsville/Glen Carbon strives to foster volunteerism by developing our member's talents and interests through a variety of fundraising and philanthropic project, while building valued relationships.