Chapter News



El Paso – Operation School Bell Dresses Fort Bliss Children

Volunteers with Operation School Bell helped 53 students from Bliss and Logan elementary schools pick out free, new school clothes at the organization’s headquarters Jan. 26. “It helps the families so they don’t have to spend as much on clothing,” said Sylvia Mueller, counselor at Bliss Elementary School, located on Fort Bliss. “It helps support […]



Stockton – Caring Hope

Feeling good about Stockton I am impressed by and thankful for the many uplifting and eye-opening articles printed in the “My Record” section over the past few months. Every day, I open the newspaper to read of horrific things happening in the world and our city, but then I turn the page to “My Record” […]


Kansas City – Benefits from Harvest Ball Society Fundraiser

There were smiles and handshakes all around as 2015 Harvest Ball Society President Christine Evans presented checks totaling $404,100 to 30 area nonprofit organizations Jan. 19 at Argosy Casino Hotel & Spa. HBS members raised the funds by hosting two annual events: the Adorn Style Show & Brunch in September and the Harvest Ball in […]



Temecula Valley – Hosts Chamber Mixer

The Assistance League of Temecula Valley is hosting a Multi-Chamber Mixer on Thursday, February 11, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Assistance League Thrift Shop, 28720 Via Montezuma in Temecula.


Diablo Valley – Valentine Event at Wayside Inn Thrift Shop

The dedicated member volunteers at Assistance League Way Side Inn Thrift Shop, that beloved landmark located in the heart of Lafayette, send a greeting to all Valentine’s Day aficionados. On Tuesday, January 26, splashes of reds, pinks, purples and whites will bathe shelves and display cases throughout the shop. Furthermore, the red-aproned member volunteers warn […]


Sierra Foothills – Encouraging Next Generation

The El Dorado Hills Community Vision Coalition gathered the brightest young stars Jan. 23 at the ninth annual Youth Star Awards. Thirty young people received awards for their community service. “These (youth) are our future,” said Glen Swedelson, coalition board member. “They will be the leaders, the innovators. It’s important to recognize what they’ve accomplished […]