GFWC Juniorettes Of Alpine Alpine, Texas


Monthly Luncheon Meeting is held on the 2nd Tuesday

or as voted annually from September to May at the AHS Library during lunch.


The objective of the club is to bring together high school students, to develop and encourage the interest and talents of individual members, to work as a unified group for community improvement and service and to cooperate with other federated clubs.

Alpine High School Students

Making a Difference In

Our School and



All Alpine High School Students are Welcome!

Tel/Fax: 432-837-9188


Juniorettes Benefit From:

Mentoring and leadership training by experienced clubwomen

Materials and resources available from GFWC’S professional Headquarters staff

Opportunities to compete for national recognition and awards

Developing organizational skills

Experience through volunteer work that can clarify educational and career opportunities

Member of

General Federation of Women’s Clubs


1734 N Street, NW

Washington, D.C. 20036-2990

Phone: 202-347-3168

Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs


2312 San Gabriel, Austin, TX 78705

Phone/Fax:  512-472-1456

(then click on GFWC/TFWC Juniorette's)


GFWC Texas Western District (TFWC - WD)

313 E. Stockton, Alpine, TX 73830

Tel/Fax 432-837-9188





TFWC website :  

(then click on GFWC/TFWC Juniorette's)

GFWC TX JUNIORETTE Membership Brochure

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GFWC Juniorettes of Alpine are "Alpine High School Students Making a Difference in our School and Community."

The Alpine Juniorettes invite teens, clubs, the Big Bend community and corporate sponsors to support its Community Improvement Project to initiate, develop and support the TEEN SECTION of the Alpine Public Library, which is under construction.  Fundraisers will continue, grants application and donations are welcome! Please call 432/837-9188 for further information or email:  

Download our Membership Brochure Here

GFWC Juniorettes of Alpine

Successful Projects:


In celebration of their 10th Anniversary, the Alpine Juniorettes promoted the Arts, Education, International Outreach and Conservation at their Annual GO TEXAS Fall Festival which was held for the first time in the Alpine Civic Center with the support of City Council of Alpine who granted the use of the Civic Center and waived all fees.  The Juniorettes planned various programs including an art lecture by an author on the pioneering women of Modern Art movement of the 19th & 20th century, performances by dancers, singers and martial arts.  The club invited businesses, non-profit organizations and schools to participate and promoted products, services, cultures and communities and all Texas has to offer.  This festival brings Big Bend community and visitors to come and enjoy this wonderful event in Far West Texas.

Also on Keep Alpine Beautiful project emphasized Conservation and hosted a luncheon forum attended by delegates of Alpine High School Honor Society & Student Council, their sponsors, the Student Counselor & School Principal with KAB Coordinator as guest speaker, promoting the use of reusable totes in lieu of plastic bags, thereby reduce trash in the landfill and highways and preserve our eco-system.  This group in cooperation with other civic groups painted the logo/signs to remind shoppers to use their reusable bags on the parking lots next to entrances of businesses in town.

Please click HERE to see our successful

Projects from past years

Year Organized 2003

Year Federated 2004

The Charter was presented during the 107th TFWC Annual convention in Ft. Worth.

The GFWC Juniorettes of Alpine elected 2014-2015 officers are: Courteney Malik, president; Tim Ou, vice president; Sahian Valenzuela, secretary; Katie Harveson, treasurer; Cameron Gregory, corresponding secretary; Victor Vega, senior ambassador.

"These officers are committed and ready to lead the Juniorettes in fulfilling their club goals and work closely to accomplish their annual club project through fundraising by hosting the annual Go Texas Festival,” the officers said.

The 6th annual Go Texas Festival will be held Nov. 21-22, 2014 in the Alpine Civic Center.