The Junior League of Boston Show House 2012
Julia Gaudet – External Communications Manager
BOSTON, MA November 2012 – The Junior League of Boston Show House ran from October 16 to November 18 of 2012. The house was located on the grounds of the Jackson-Walnut Park Schools in Newton, MA. The “Potter Estate” was constructed in 1867 and its beautiful architecture still stands today. The house was entirely restored by 35 of Greater Boston’s best interior and landscape designers. The designers did an outstanding job transforming this home into a dream home.
Tickets sold for $35 at the door. Proceeds from the 35th Junior League of Boston Show House went to the 105 year mission of the Junior League of Boston.
About the Junior League of Boston
The Junior League of Boston is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. The organization’s focus is the nutrition and wellness of women and girls. JL Boston is part of The Association of Junior Leagues International Inc. (AJLI), an organization of 293 Junior League chapters in four countries. AJLI is composed of more than 155,000 dedicated and creative women members from varying backgrounds and interests, who share a commitment to voluntarism within their communities. Founded in 1906, JL Boston originated as a progressive, motivated and dedicated collection of trained female volunteers. Today, their members proudly serve the Greater Boston area through direct community service projects. Please go to www.jlboston.org for more information and to learn how you can support JL Boston.