The Junior League of Little Rock has jumped into fall fashion this year like kids into a pile of leaves. The organization focused on promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community has set its sights on tweens through a new fundraising event called Glitz & Glamour.
When it comes to art, there’s no denying that Jeane Hamilton is an expert. Her love of art collecting dates back to the 1940s, and she has played an important role in supporting and building the Little Rock arts community, especially the Arkansas Arts Center.
As JLLR President, Tisha Gribble's positive attitude will serve her well as she takes on her newly appointed role. She’ll preside over meetings, act as a liaison between the league and other entities and coordinate the league’s participation in annual training. And she’ll do all of this while working to inspire social change within the community.
Our JLLR special section, the Spirit of Volunteerism, truly captures the heart of our organization and illustrates the impact of our work in the community – and the collective good work of volunteers in our city.