Junior Auxiliary of
Clinton, MS
Angel Tree together with local businesses, ensures that disadvantaged children receive toys and clothes at Christmas by placing "Angel Trees" in high traffic areas to entice community involvement. 

Crown Club provides training to high school girls in the areas of community service and fund raising.  In addition to supporting many Junior Auxiliary events, Crown Club members develop their own service projects, including tutoring children at the Clinton Community Christian Corporation (4C's), working with a local animal shelter and sponsoring a tea for the Clinton Junior Miss Contestants. 

Eggstra-Special Event is an annual Easter Egg Hunt with activities for children of all ages.  Family activities are free to the public and include face painting, refreshments, "space
jumps(s)", and crafts. 

Eye Spy provides Clinton school district's sole eye screening for all local first, fourth, and seventh graders.  Students are referred to an eye care professsional for additional assessment when appropriate. 

JA Jumpstart is a two-week summer program aimed at children who will be entering kindergarten and have had little or no pre-school experience.  During the session, the children are taught essential skills that are needed for a successful kindergarten year, such as colors, numbers, shapes, cutting, gluing, sorting, etc.

Scholarship assists with education expenses for a local high school senior. The National Association of Junior Auxiliary (NAJA) also gives financial assistance to graduate students pursuing a degree in child-related fields.  Applications for local scholarships are available through Clinton High School Counselors. 

Step-by-Step provides assistance to a family experiencing need due to financial, medical or emotional stress.  The Junior Auxiliary enlists the assistance of public services and private businesses where appropriate to aid in child welfare, family budgeting and any other special needs.







"Care Today....Character Tomorrow"
This page was last updated on: May 5, 2015