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LITTLE BLACK DRESS 2019

DURING THE WEEK OF MARCH 3-9, JUNIOR LEAGUE OF GASTON COUNTY, INC. (JLGC) MEMBERS WILL BE PARTICIPATING IN OUR SECOND ANNUAL LITTLE BLACK DRESS INITIATIVE (LBDI)

A campaign to raise awareness of the opioid crisis that is the cause of more deaths in North Carolina than motor vehicle accidents.

Our Participants will wear one black dress for five consecutive days to:

1. Raise awareness of the opioid crisis;
2. Understand how opioid abuse affects our community; and
3. Fundraise to support the mission of the JLGC to promote voluntarism, to develop the potential of women and to improve the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.

Please consider donating to our campaign by reaching out to any of our members for more information or by messaging us today!

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TRUCK FEST 2019

Truck Fest is an interactive event packed with fun experiences for the entire family.  Coming up in spring 2019 at the Gastonia Rotary Pavilion you can meet a real police officer and see the inside of a patrol car, watch a dump truck work up close, check out all the secret little compartments of an ambulance, ask firemen questions about their truck and gear and sit in the driver's seat of a real 18 wheeler!  Truck Fest will be packed with a wide variety of trucks for children of all ages to experience, learn and explore.  You can also enjoy food and drinks at our food truck rally and stroll through the vendor marketplace.

Founded in 1959, the Junior League of Gaston County is a member of the Associations of Junior Leagues International, Inc., an international organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism and to improving the community through effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.  Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable