100 Years Dedicated to Developing the Potential of Women

Junior League of San Francisco celebrated 100 years of service at a dinner for 100 in the rotunda at City Hall on November 1, 2012. The program included the induction of Senator Dianne Feinstein as an honorary member, and proclamations from Governor Jerry Brown, Mayor Ed Lee, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, and Congresswoman Jackie Speier. Heidi Kuhn, founder of Roots of Peace, provided the keynote address.

Michelle Curtis Harris, incoming fashion show chair, announced a new format for Junior League of San Francisco’s 87th annual event, Fashion Forward: Setting Sail Into a New Century. A three day fashion showcase at Fort Mason, February 28 – March 2, 2013, will feature a marketplace with 25 boutiques, a cocktail party for young professionals, a fashion show and gala dinner, and a children’s afternoon show. Red Carpet Bay Area will support the event as a media sponsor.

Since 1911, The Junior League of San Francisco is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective leadership and actions of trained volunteers. Its purpose remains exclusively educational and charitable.

Scenes from the Junior League of San Francisco Centennial Celebration:

Get ready for JLSF’s Fashion Forward: Setting Sail Into a New Century