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Lagniappe Fall 2021

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Letter from the President

Change is not typically something that excites people. However, change is important, particularly in our current time of uncertainty. We should not fear change; we should embrace it. If we accept that everything is constantly evolving, we will learn to grow and gain new perspectives.  The pandemic highlighted the power of our dominant spirit and […]

JLNO Loves Provisionals

The provisional year for future Junior League of New Orleans members is one of the most memorable parts of the JLNO experience. Women joining the provisional class not only get an immersive welcome into the world of JLNO, but they also are stepping into a community of charity and fellowship amongst other charitable women. The […]

Letter from the Editor

Fall has always been a season of noticeable change. Foliage takes on beautiful hues of earth tones, and the temperature becomes pleasingly cooler. As I anticipate the arrival of autumn, I reflect on how each of us inspires change in one another. Whether that change is the metamorphosis of once dormant leadership traits or the […]


As the Junior League of New Orleans approaches its 100th anniversary, it seems appropriate to look back at the League’s early days to get a glimpse of what membership entailed during its infancy. With the help of Sarah-Elizabeth Gundlach Lambousy, JLNO sustaining member and curator of Maps & Manuscripts at the Louisiana Historical Center, I […]

Passing the Gavel

A key component of every successful organization is strong leadership. Thus, it comes as no surprise that Junior League of New Orleans gives much attention to detail in the selection of its president. A common trend in the attributes of JLNO’s elected presidents are commitment to service and leadership. Not only have JLNO’s presidents served in […]

Summer Bridal Show – June 14, 5-8 PM