• Seeking to revitalize and improve communities impacted by the Depression, the Junior Chamber takes steps to foster civic responsibility by supporting International Fire Prevention week, community cleanup operations, creating a Traffic and Safety and Civic Planning Committee and formulating a Junior Chamber Music Foundation to advance the expansion of culture.
  • The Junior Chamber continues to promote tourism in Los Angeles by creating winter sports events, including a regatta and carnival. It expands its support to football, as well as establishes a Sports Fishing Bureau, creates the Southern California Sportsman’s Association and presents an annual Aquatic show.
  • The Junior Chamber helps dedicate the Los Angeles Municipal Airport and gives acclaimed Colonel Charles Lindbergh an honorary membership for his leadership in aviation.
  • As the 1930′s draws to an end and the prospect of War looms in the future, the Junior Chamber receives positive validation of its mission from President Theodore Roosevelt, propelling the organization into premiere status. Excerpt from President Roosevelt’s letter to the Junior Chamber: “It gives me great pleasure on the occasion of the celebration of the twelfth anniversary of the organization of the Los Angeles Junior Chamber of Commerce to extend hearty felicitation to all the members with best wishes that the Chamber will long direct its activities of the up-building of the community in which it has become such an important factor.”