Sparkle and Shine at This Year’s Gem Gala

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The Junior League of Tulsa’s (JLT) Gem Gala is one of the most highly anticipated events of the League year. This year’s Gem Gala will pick up where it left off last year with an evening on the Grand Lawn of the Tulsa Historical Society, on Saturday, April 22.

Scholarship Spotlight: Te’a Williams

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Meet Founders’ Scholarship recipient Te’a Williams and find out how she’s committed to voluntarism and excellence!

#TBG: Spring 2004

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Throwback to 2004, with an interview of our JLT scholarship recipients — including one young woman who later became a JLT active. view larger    

Throwback Gusher: February 1988

Read an article from the February 1988 issue of gusher and learn all about the Junior League of Tulsa’s Victim/Witness Project! View Larger

We’re Looking for Great, Driven Women. #JoinJLT Today!

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This year’s Recruitment Committee is committed to continuing the tradition of recruiting women in Tulsa who exemplify the Junior League of Tulsa’s (JLT) mission statement of improving our community and becoming trained volunteers.

Sustainer Update: December 2016

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  Christmas is the spirit of giving without a thought of getting. It is happiness because we see joy in people.  It is forgetting self and finding time for others.  It is discarding the meaningless and stressing the true values.   ~Thomas S. Monson~   Happy Holidays to all!  This is a fun time of […]

New Food Bank Committee Provides Community Dinners

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JLT is partnering with the Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma to serve meals to local elementary schools. Learn more about this first-year Committee and hear what upcoming program they’re most excited about!

JLT Thanks Participants of the Little Black Dress Initiative

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For its second year, the Little Black Dress Initiative (LBDI)—a poverty awareness campaign to make poverty unfashionable— encouraged members of the Junior League Tulsa (JLT), along with the Greater Tulsa and surrounding areas, to participate and illustrate the effects poverty can have on women.  Women wore the same little black dress, and men wore the same black […]