Jack and Jill Westchester Incorporated, Jack and Jill Day and Carole Robertson Day

Sunday, September 25th, 2022

We kicked off our 2022-2023 Program Year honoring the memory of one of our own, Carole Robertson at our Jack and Jill day. 

Carole Robertson was a teen member of the Birmingham Chapter of Jack & Jill and one of the "4 little girls" killed at the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing on September 15, 1963, marking a turning point in the United States during the civil rights movement. Every year at the start of our program year, our teen pay tributer and honor her legacy.

 

The was a day of fun and service with our Jack and Jill Westchester County Chapter families spending time together connecting, working, living and playing together at Chelsea Piers CT.  

The beauty of the day was showing our children the gift of being in service to our community and the importance honoring the legacy of Jack and Jill. This year we collected and pack school supplies for special needs children within our Westchester Community.​  The day was about experiences that will be remembered for years to come.

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