Five local young people started the Westmoreland GenJ Club in 2010 to give themselves and other youth the opportunity to become active citizens with a Christian foundation. Since then, the club has lobbied legislators, debated current issues, studied the Constitution, and more.

Regardless of your political leanings, we welcome you to attend two meetings as a guest. If you decide to join GenJ, you may become a member of our local club at no additional cost, as our club charges no dues.

The Westmoreland GenJ Club holds at least nine monthly meetings a year. Specific meeting dates and times are on the club calendar.

The club’s bylaws are available here.

Generation Joshua

Westmoreland Generation Joshua (GenJ) is the local club of a national organization, Generation Joshua, which trains youth to become responsible, active citizens with a Christian perspective.