Junior League of Dallas Holds Annual Donor Cocktail Party at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Dallas

(Featured photo: LD Sustainer Advisory Brooke Bailey, JLD Signature Projects VP Emily Ronck, JLD President Christina Eubanks, JLD Strategy VP Jordan Zaidi and JLD Administrative VP Jennifer Welden)*

The Junior League of Dallas (JLD) held its annual Donor Cocktail Party at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Dallas. Sponsors, donors and JLD members mingled and enjoyed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres while viewing Avondale Dealership’s newly opened Rolls-Royce Dallas showroom on Lemmon Avenue.  Guests were invited to wander throughout the elegant showroom, featuring a spectacular display of sports cars including those from Bentley, Aston Martin and McLaren.

Tangela Lucas, JLD Special Events Chair Claudia Neba and Krystal Boateng*

To kick off the evening, Brian Simmons, director of new car sales for Avondale Dealerships, welcomed guests into the two-day old showroom and expressed gratitude for the important work the Junior League of Dallas does within our community. Simmons then turned over the mic to JLD President Christina Eubanks who thanked Avondale Dealerships for hosting the beautiful evening, in addition to recognizing sponsors and donors for their generous support of the JLD and its mission.

Guests included: Jennifer Miller, Cristina Salas, Taylor Frank, Noelle LeVeaux, Susan Sarich and Houston Striggow, Monica and Brent Christopher, Joanna Clarke, Michelle Prudhomme-Coleman, Tameka Sadler, Priscilla Wood, Quiana Mitchell, Tangela Lucas, Tracy Lee, Jami Lander, Kathy Hanley, Terri Leib, Krystal Boateng, Elizabeth Dacus, Claudia Neba, Heather McNamara, Emily Ronck, Jennifer Welden, Brooke Bailey, Jordan Zaidi, Jennifer Welden, Sarah Hendrix, Laura Gazette and Kacy Stark.

The Junior League of Dallas cultivates women leaders who collectively address the critical needs of the community. Founded in 1922, JLD is one of the largest Junior Leagues in the world, as well as the largest and oldest training organization for women in Dallas. Active members range in age from 22 to 49 with approximately 85% percent of women employed outside of the home. The JLD provides leadership opportunities to nearly 4,000 women each year through more than 17,000 cumulative hours of experiential and formal training. Uniquely member-run, JLD provides approximately 100,000 hours in volunteer service and more than $1 million in funding to area nonprofits each year. For more information, please visit www.jldallas.org or Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter. 

*Photos by George Fiala

(This Philanthropy Lifestyles Scene post courtesy Junior League of Dallas.)


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