Lagniappe Magazine - Lagniappe Spring 2021

Héritage

Years ago, as spring approached and citizens of New Orleans anticipated warmer weather, crawfish season and the blossoming of nature’s beauty, local interior designers, landscape architects and various artists anticipated partaking in the Junior League of New Orleans’ Decorator’s Show…

Leading During Unusual Times

Shannon Brice – President-Elect What were some of the League’s biggest challenges in 2020?  One of the biggest challenges during 2020 was trying to shift business processes. As organizations and businesses had been shut down to slow the spread of…

What are Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis?

Often mentioned but not fully understood by the public is the condition of multiple sclerosis (MS)—an unpredictable, potentially disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain and between the brain and body. …

On your mark, get set…

The Junior League of New Orleans (JLNO) is an official partner of the AllState Sugar Bowl Crescent City Classic’s nonprofit fundraising campaign for 2021. JLNO members and their families have been participating in the 10K race and collecting donations for…

Sustainer of the Year

Many talented and dedicated women grace the Junior League of New Orleans (JLNO) with a commitment to serving the community and helping other women reach their full potential. Among those women are a few who dedicate their lives to service…

Wellbeing: Managing Springtime Allergies

After a long winter season, nothing feels better than enjoying time outside in beautiful spring weather – unless you are prone to allergy problems. Spring pollen season usually starts in late January to mid-February and lasts through May, and millions…

Bulletin Board

League Birthday Bash Happy Birthday, JLNO! Join your fellow League members for a drive by birthday party Wednesday, March 31. Run, walk, give Be on the lookout for fellow JLNO members completing their virtual 10ks around town April 1-5. Financial…

Letter from the Editor

This has been a year of changes, to say the least. Living in the midst of a pandemic has required us all to adapt to shifting realities. Lagniappe is no exception. This issue marks the final stand-alone print edition of…

Letter from the President

gjg The Spring issue of Lagniappe is always one of my favorites, as it highlights the Junior League of New Orleans’ Sustainer of the Year. This year is no different, and I am thrilled to see Julia Bland receive this…