Chattahoochee Valley Women’s Service League announces 2019 membership

Published 6:03 pm Friday, May 17, 2019

The Chattahoochee Valley Women’s Service League has announced its membership for 2019.

“What started as a burden among a select few to promote volunteerism and to develop the potential of women in the Greater Valley Area has now blossomed into the newly formed 36-member strong Chattahoochee Valley Women’s Service League,” a news release from the League said. “These women are all women over 21 years of age and come from all walks of life, putting a large premium on diversity, hoping to draw women from different backgrounds within the Greater Valley Area.”

In November 2018, the group began the affiliation process with the Association of Junior League International to become an official Junior League chapter.

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This process will take roughly 18 months to complete.

The group represents not only Chambers County, but also surrounding parts of the Greater Valley Area and is recognized as a 501(c)(3) organization.

The mission of the Chattahoochee Valley Women’s Service League is to promote voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and bettering communities through effective community projects.

The purpose of the League is to promote volunteerism and service within the Greater Valley Area in Alabama.

Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.

The league hosted its first interest ground in 2018 and is made up of a six-person board of directors.

Anyone interested in membership can contact Kimberly Carter, president at 706-590-0291 or

Interested parties can also visit