Each year, members of the Junior League of Tulsa (JLT) pay dues to serve in the organization. Presently, provisional and active members pay $175 per year and sustainers under the age of 65 pay $100 per year. Have you ever wondered what JLT does with these dues? Of these dues, JLT pays $43 per member […]
Scholarship is an important part of the Junior League of Tulsa’s (JLT’s) work in the community. Each year, the Junior League hosts our Mentorship Luncheon—an occasion to honor the impact of mentorship and scholarship in developing exceptional women leaders. The Mentorship Luncheon also marks an opportunity for the League to honor its annual scholarship recipients. […]
We caught up with Ally Carter–a New York Times bestselling author and speaker at this year’s Christmas & Croissants at Holiday Market–and asked her about her writing inspirations, future plans, and advice to young writers. Here’s what she had to say.
Last year, our members volunteered approximately 44,200 hours through JLT projects. Read on to discover more stats about the Junior League of Tulsa.
Courtney Tetzlaff welcomed her son, Edward James Tetzlaff, on February 23, 2015. Collins Reece Drouhard was born to Mindy Drouhard on March 14, 2015. He was 19.25 inches long and weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce. JLT Past President Heather Duncan welcomed Brett Paige Duncan on March 17, 2015. She weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces and […]
In February 2006, Paul Harris writing for The Guardian highlighted Tulsa as representative of poverty in the United States. “Oklahoma is in America’s heartland,” he says. “Tulsa looks like picture-book Middle America. Yet there is hunger here. When it comes to the most malnourished poor in America, Oklahoma is ahead of any other state.” Read more about the extent of poverty in Tulsa and the Junior League of Tulsa’s efforts to assist local women and children in need.
The Sustainer Engagement Committee has been busy planning our new year,and has several fun activities scheduled.
We sat down with Community Advisory Board member Karen Larsen to learn more about her work in Tulsa and why she chooses to be involved with JLT. Karen is an award-winning news anchor for KJRH Channel 2, and she’s a mother, wife, and nonprofit advocate.
This month, the Junior League of Tulsa will introduce the Little Black Dress Initiative (LBDI)—a new social media-fueled fundraiser. Before it begins, learn all the essential details.