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The Oswego Junior Woman’s Club is looking for new members to help us make a positive impact on the lives of women, and families in our community. Membership is an excellent opportunity for any woman that wants to promote and develop their leadership skills, make new friends from the area, and make a difference.

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Mother of OEHS Community Service Scholarship Recipient

“OJWC, thank you for investing in OE! Super proud that my daughter is a recipient of this scholarship.”

Red Carpet Party Attendee

“We had a blast! You ladies know how to throw a party!!!!”

OJWC Member

“Creating those Courage Bags for the women at Mutual Ground was one of the most rewarding projects I’ve worked on. I’m proud to be a part of this Club.”

Father of OHS Financial Need Scholarship Recipient

“That scholarship meant the world to my son and helped pay for the little things. Thank you for supporting OHS seniors.”

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Membership FAQs


Dues are $50 per year and must be received by October 1st of the year to be included in the GFWC yearbook. Dues will be prorated for members joining after January 1st. Our dues help fund our local club to pay for small items, such as our P.O. Box and other small expenses. Dues dispensed to the District, State and National levels help pay for travel expenses and fund larger projects.

Club Year

Our Club Year begins in August and continues through May. While we do get together socially during the summer, we will not have any official Club activities during those months.

Time Commitment

OJWC values each member their own unique individual. We achieve more when we work together. We also believe you “give what you can with what you have.” Not everyone can attend every event, and we do not expect everyone to participate in every community event. Between busy schedules with work, families and other commitments, we ask you dedicate 15 hours between August and May to community service projects.

How to Apply

Applications are available under the ‘Membership’ tab. We ask basic contact information and a little more about you–what are your areas of expertise, have you volunteered with other organizations or are you new to the area and looking for a group of women to get to know? 

For more information, please contact our Membership Chair, Carrie Niesman, or send us a message on our Facebook page.