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The Central Region is one of the seven regions established under the regional plan of organization committee and finally adopted by the national body at the annual convention in San Francisco in 1957.  The Central Region covers the largest geographical area in Jack and Jill spanning the heartland of America, from the mighty Mississippi River to the rustic Rocky Mountains. Currently, there are 16 chapters in seven states that stretch north to Iowa, south to Oklahoma and Arkansas, east to Illinois, and west to Colorado. States rounding out the rest of the region are Missouri and Kansas.

CENTRAL REGION CHAPTERS

The Central Region is comprised of 16 chapters and 1 provisional group:

 

ARKANSAS: Greater Little Rock (2000); Northwest Arkansas (2014)

COLORADO: Denver (1956), South Suburban Denver (1980); Greater Pikes Peak (2016)

ILLINOIS: Bloomington-Normal (2000), East St. Louis (1962); Greater Peoria (2014); St. Clair County (1984), Champaign/Urbana, IL Provisional (2017)

IOWA: Des Moines (1962)

KANSAS: Air Capital Wichita (2000); Johnson County (1970); Kansas City (1957)

MISSOURI: Kansas City (1950)

OKLAHOMA: Oklahoma City (1952); Tulsa (1947)

The Central Region is one of the seven regions established under the regional plan of organization committee and finally adopted by the national body at the annual convention in San Francisco in 1957.  The Central Region covers the largest geographical area in Jack and Jill spanning the heartland of America, from the mighty Mississippi River to the rustic Rocky Mountains. Currently, there are 18 chapters in seven states that stretch north to Iowa, south to Oklahoma and Arkansas, east to Illinois, and west to Colorado. States rounding out the rest of the region are Missouri and Kansas.

CENTRAL REGION CHAPTERS

The Central Region is comprised of 18 chapters:

 

ARKANSAS: Greater Little Rock (2000); Northwest Arkansas (2014)

COLORADO: Denver (1956), South Suburban Denver (1980); Greater Pikes Peak (2016)

ILLINOIS: Bloomington-Normal (2000), East St. Louis (1962); Greater Peoria, IL (2014); St. Clair County (1984), Greater Champaign-Urbana (2018)

IOWA: Des Moines (1962)

KANSAS: Air Capital Wichita (2000); Johnson County (1970); Kansas City, KS (1957)

MISSOURI: Kansas City, MO (1950); Central Missouri (2020)

OKLAHOMA: Oklahoma City (1952); Tulsa (1947)