Sherrye McBryde currently serves the Junior League of Little Rock as Sustainer Advisor to our Board of Directors. She was an active member of the League from 1985 to 1994. Get to know Sherrye a little better! What is your League placement and what is your favorite aspect of it? As a sustainer, I… Read More
Mandy Ellis Keller was named Member of the Month for the month of December for her hard work and dedication to producing the Interaction magazine. Get to know Mandy a little better! What is your League placement and what is your favorite aspect of it? I am Publications Editor this year. I love communicating with… Read More
At the General Meeting on January 26, Casey Rockwell was named Junior League of Little Rock’s Member of the Month for November 2016. Get to know Casey a little better! What is your League placement and what is your favorite aspect of it? I am currently the Nonprofit Board Chair and the Annual Fund Chair-Elect.… Read More
The Nonprofit Board Institute, a program designed to prepare members of the community for current and future board service, is pleased to announce its inaugural launch of the NPBI Advanced Seminar. This workshop will be held on Saturday, April 22nd at the Junior League of Little Rock. In recognition of JLLR’s upcoming 95th anniversary, the… Read More
We invite you to browse this year’s issue of Interaction, the Junior League of Little Rock’s annual publication. Inside its pages, you will find a celebration of JLLR’s service over 95 years, a review of our 2015-2016 year, and a preview of a new community project, L.Y.F.E.
A recent article in the Arkansas Democrat Gazette profiled the 2015-2016 Junior League of Little Rock President, Marisha DiCarlo.
Little Readers Rock took place on Saturday, April 9th at the Hillary Rodham Clinton Children’s Library. In the second year for the event, we made a few changes based on what we learned from the first year.
Nearly 400 runners turned out to participate in the Junior League of Little Rock’s 3rd Annual Downtown Dash on Saturday, April 23, 2016. The Dash included a 10K and a 5K course as well as a 1K course for children. The races started at 8:00 a.m.