On March 2nd, the Resonance Center for Women’s Take 2 Café opened in downtown Tulsa, a crowning achievement not only for Resonance but also for the Junior League of Tulsa.
Each year, the Impact Committee of the Junior League of Tulsa (JLT) provides assistance to hundreds of women, children, and families by partnering with local nonprofits to assist with done-in-a-day projects. Now in its 10th year of existence, the committee and its 34 members are dedicated to making a difference in the community.
Fundraiser. Elegant gala. Celebration of philanthropy, community impact, and purpose. All describe the Junior League of Tulsa’s (JLT) upcoming inaugural Gem Gala on April 15, 2016, at the Tulsa Historical Society.
Meet Junior League of Tulsa (JLT) member Lesley Hess! She’s the woman behind the League’s eBlasts
This year, the Junior League of Tulsa (JLT) introduced the Leadership Development Council (LDC), which is charged with creating an effective core of volunteers who can continue service even after their JLT careers. For its inaugural year, the council has one committee: the Training and Education Committee. Together, the council and committee have been reviewing […]
On Friday, April 15, 2016, the Junior League of Tulsa’s (JLT) inaugural Gem Gala will benefit the organization’s community projects.
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Hello, Sustainers! The beginning of the year is always a time for reflection and resolutions, a time to take stock of what we have and what we would like to be in the future. I hope you included the Junior League of Tulsa (JLT) on your resolution list. Below are my top 10 ways to […]
The keynote speaker at the fourth-annual Junior League of Tulsa (JLT) Mentorship Luncheon is Myka Meier, a renowned social and cultural etiquette expert and founder of New York City-based Beaumont Etiquette. Meier’s expertise has been featured on “Good Morning America,” NBC, and Bravo, as well as in The Huffington Post, Vogue, People, and Self publications. […]
JLT’s pioneering spirit has been an integral part of its history since its inception, beginning with the establishment of the Convalescent Home for Crippled Children, which became known as the Children’s Medical Center of Tulsa.
The President’s Society, formed in 2014–15, offers members and sustainers a unique way to support an organization that is focused on transforming the lives of women and children in transition.