The Mission of St. Lucy’s Auxiliary to the Blind is to encourage and inspire a lifetime commitment of volunteer service in young women. The Auxiliary honors qualified candidates with the Joan of Arc Medallion while raising funds for the visually impaired.

Junior Medallion Program Registration


For current 8th grade girls who would like to request an invitation to register for the Junior Medallion Program in anticipation of participating in the Medallion Ball in November 2021.

Please complete and submit the following form:

Requests will be granted on a first come, first served basis.  If accepted, a formal invitation will be sent within 6-8 weeks.  Please reply to the invitation by the date on the reply card along with the $100 registration fee.

To be fully registered, the candidate’s mother or female guardian must be a member of St. Lucy’s Auxiliary.  Women can join here: Online Membership Application or you can Download and print the New Membership Application to send in with a check.

A sponsor is also necessary to fully participate in the program.  Please provide the name of your sponsor.  If you do not have one, St. Lucy’s will provide assistance in obtaining one.


This can be taken care of once an invitation is granted.  It will not affect your chance of obtaining an invitation.

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The Junior Medallion Program


The Junior Medallion Program supports young women in their desire to become useful volunteers while making the experience enjoyable from June of their eighth-grade year through November of their senior year. St. Lucy’s Auxiliary does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color or creed.

The Registration process for the Junior Medallion Program officially begins on May 1st of a potential candidate’s eighth-grade year. The “Request for Invitation” form will be available on this website at a predetermined time that will be communicated through this website. This form should be completed according to instructions on the form and returned immediately as our program fills very quickly. This form is only available online during the registration period. If the form is not available, then the class has been filled. Please contact for possible addition to the wait list. (Girls are moved from the waitlist only by notification from the Credentials Chair.)


When an applicant is accepted, she will receive an invitation with a reply card, approximately 6-8 weeks after we have received the “Request for Invitation”. To become a fully registered in the Junior Medallion Program, the candidate must have a sponsor, her mother or female guardian must be a member of St. Lucy’s Auxiliary and the reply card must be returned by the indicated date along with the registration fee. A sponsor is a member, in good standing, of St. Lucy’s Auxiliary for at least the past five years. We request that a candidate and her mother secure a sponsor on their own, however, if unable to obtain one through personal contact, St. Lucy’s will provide assistance. It is not a requirement to have a sponsor at this point to assure acceptance.

Mothers or female guardians of Junior Medallion Candidates are required to become members of St. Lucy’s Auxiliary at the time of their daughter’s acceptance. They must remain members until presentation at the Ball in November of the Medallion girl’s senior year. To join, please click the Membership Forms page and look for the New Member Application Form on that page. The annual dues are $50 and we are honored to have you as a member!

Your daughter will then be a Junior Medallion Candidate and assuming that all requirements are fulfilled by her senior year, she will be presented at the Medallion Ball. With the guidance and encouragement of her sponsor, the Junior Medallion member is required to submit her hours to the Credentials Committee to ensure that she is fulfilling a minimum of 25 hours of volunteer service per year in order to attain the 150 required hours of service. The Credentials Committee will contact her when it is time to submit these hours.

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The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others."

- Mahatma Gandhi