The Junior Auxiliary of Tipton County is ready to kick off the holiday season in style with the 11th Annual Fall Shopping Frenzy on Nov. 1-2 at Brighton High School.
The Fall Shopping Frenzy has become a Tipton holiday tradition that pairs local artisans and vendors with the Junior Auxiliary of Tipton County, offering an opportunity for shoppers to get a head start on their holiday shopping, while also serving as the primary fundraiser for the Junior Auxiliary of Tipton County’s service projects.
Junior Auxiliary members are encouraged to render charitable services which are beneficial to the public, with emphasis on children; and to cooperate with other organizations performing similar services. On average, the chapter performs over 2,000 community service hours each year.
Each year the Junior Auxiliary of Tipton County develops projects based upon the Child Welfare Project and the National Focus, and evaluates our community’s needs to focus our year’s work.
Some of this year’s JATC projects include:
- Snack Packs for elementary-aged children
- Emergency Assistance for families
- Traveling Library Reading Program
- Crown Club mentoring program for high school girls
- Teacher mini-grants
- Graduating senior college scholarships
The 11th Annual Fall Shopping Frenzy benefitting Junior Auxiliary of Tipton County will be hosted on Friday, Nov. 1, from 6:30 – 9 p.m., and Saturday, Nov.2 from 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. at Brighton High School, 8045 US-51, Brighton.
This year’s event will include more than 75 vendors and a silent auction.
Admission is $3 for one day and $5 for both days. Cash only.
If you cannot attend the Fall Shopping Frenzy, but are interested in how you can support the Junior Auxiliary of Tipton County, or would like to see this year’s vendor list, visit www.jatiptoncounty.org
The Junior Auxiliary of Tipton County was founded in 1976, and is a part of the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries (NAJA), a non-profit organization with more than 15,000 active, associate, and life members in 100 Chapters in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee, and Texas.