Lagniappe Magazine - Lagniappe Fall 2016

Héritage

First opening our doors in 1927 on Royal Street, and later relocating a mere stone’s throw away to Bourbon Street, the operation of a thrift shop has long been a major source of fundraising for the Junior League of New…

League Faces

Membership Council Director Alice Glenn and Joint Council members Rachel Stickney and Carla Brown at the kickoff party for Joint Council at Bayou Beer Garden on June 14, 2016. Photo by Michelle Sens George Koppel and Meredith Beers are excited…

Sip’ n Shop

148 Members Begin Provisional Year with Well Wishes and Wine

Advancing the Wellbeing of Women

As mothers, sisters, friends, wives, community leaders, employees and business owners, as women, we often take care of everyone else first and ourselves last, if at all. Most of us juggle several of the roles mentioned above at one time.…

JLNO Loves Insurance

As the Greater New Orleans region rounds another anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the shadow of the city’s greatest disaster is never far from our collective consciousness. Though the memories of Katrina and the devastation it unleashed are hardly forgettable, remembering…

The Pen Is Mightier Than the Keyboard

Welcome to Savoir Faire, the Junior League of New Orleans’ Etiquette Column. With this column, our aim is to help navigate through the oftentimes puzzling world of manners and propriety with an eye towards modern issues. In our inaugural edition,…

Letter from the President

As my husband and I drove our family on our cross-country adventure to Colorado this summer, we passed through a fair representation of the geography of our beautiful country. The bayous and rolling hills of South and North Louisiana, the…

Letter from the Editor

When I think about my role models growing up, almost all of the people in the positions I wanted to be in were men. I was in college by the time we elected Gov. Kathleen Blanco in 2004. The women…