Monthly Archive: September 2010

Five Years After Katrina: Lessons from New Orleans

One of the great attributes of a successful Junior League is the extent to which members take their Junior League training and experience outside into the community and do great things.

So with the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina just … Read more

How Do You Plan to Celebrate Literacy Month?

Because September is National Literacy Month in the U.S. – and September 8 is designated by UNESCO as International Literacy Day – maybe it’s time to reflect on the fact that an estimated one in five adults around the world … Read more

What Do We Stand For?

Good question. And it’s one that the Junior League of Atlanta (JLA) is embracing head on.

It started out innocently enough. League leadership, in beginning to think about ways to mark the 100th anniversary of JLA’s founding in 1916, wanted … Read more