95th Anniversary Gala Patron Celebration
The Junior League of Nashville celebrated the 95th Anniversary at the Gala Patron Party.
Photo credit: MyL Pack with MPACK PHOTOGRAPHY
NASHVILLE – The Junior League of Nashville (JLN) held its 95th Anniversary Gala Patron Party on Friday, March 31, at the home of Patti and Brian Smallwood.
Gala co-chairs, Reen Baskin, Kerri Burton, and Kayla Lowery, thanked Brian and Patti Smallwood for their hospitality, Smallwood Nickle Architects for sponsoring the evening, Gala patrons for their gifts, and members of the Junior League for their support during a milestone year in service to the community.
“As we celebrate our landmark year of service, thank you so much for your generosity. We could not do the valuable work we do without your help.”
Heather Kemp, the 2016-17 Junior League of Nashville President, wrote in her letter to Gala patrons, “Thank you for your belief in the Junior League’s power to transform our city into communities where women and children have the opportunity to thrive!”
The Junior League of Nashville’s 95th Anniversary Gala will be held Saturday, April 22, 2017, at the Belle Meade Country Club. Tickets can be purchased here .
About the Junior League of Nashville
Established in 1922, the mission of the Junior League of Nashville (JLN) is to develop the potential of women and to impact the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. More than 1600 members of JLN work diligently with community partners in the areas of literacy, human trafficking, and childhood obesity to envision, create, implement, and sustain programs that help women and children overcome challenges and reach their full potential. These focus areas will drive JLN’s work through the celebration of its centennial in 2022. The Junior League of Nashville continues to invest in its 93 year partnership with Monroe Carell, Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt to improve outcomes for children facing crippling conditions. For more information about JLN, visit www.jlnashville.org or call (615) 269-9393.