Blacksburg Junior Women's Club Spring Fling Online Auction:

Date: May 17, 2024
Time: 5:00 PM - TBD
Venue: Online Virtual Event
Organizations: Blacksburg Junior Women's Club
Cost: Free to participate in online auction. Cost depends on bid amount.

Description: The Blacksburg Junior Women's Club presents their Spring Fling Online Auction starting on Friday, May 17, 2024 starting at 5:00 PM and continuing through Sunday, May 19k 2024 ending at 5:00 PM.

Participate in this year's online auction with more than 30 items from many wonderful local vendors! Proceeds benefit local charities.

Registration for the auction is free.

To register and participate in the online auction, visit:

Local pick ups and shipping will be available for the auction winners.

The Blacksburg Junior Woman's Club is a non-profit organization of service-oriented women making a difference in our community through volunteering, fundraising and donations while building and enjoying lasting friendships. The organization seeks to identify the needs in our area and to strive to meet those needs, specifically those involving women and children.

Our mission is to raise funds and provide volunteer service that benefits the New River Valley and surrounding communities. BJWC assists local organizations and families through monetary grants, in-kind donations, volunteering time, and more.

The Club was formed in November, 1935 by a small group of local ladies who wanted to give back to their community as well as strengthen social ties. The group originally had 13 members. The club became a member of the Virginia Federation of Women’s Clubs in February, 1936. The stated object of the organization was to “unite all loyal and progressive citizens in an intelligent effort toward a better Blacksburg, to promote good citizenship, public health, general culture and civic ideals.”

During its early days, the club raised money for the Blacksburg Library, published a “Discovering Blacksburg” booklet for those who were new to the area, sponsored a Girl Scout Brownie troop, started free “Mother and Baby Care” classes in partnership with the American Red Cross, and supported Camp Easter Seals. In 1949, BJWC founded the Blacksburg Newcomer’s Club, which is still in existence today.



Note: The Spring Fling was originally scheduled to be an in-person event and has now been moved to an online only auction event.

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