Downtown Living, a social publication for the residents of downtown Nashville, featured the Junior League of Nashville and President Jennifer Hillen in it’s April issue.
The Junior League of Nashville announces the recipients of the 2018 Hamilton Funding, which honors the memory of Mary Ann Pierce Hamilton.
The 2019-2020 slate presented by the Nominating Committee passed by the vote held at the November General Membership Meetings.
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The Junior League of Nashville will host a Kids in the Kitchen event exclusively for local Girl Scouts on October 20, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the JLN Headquarters. As with all Kids in the Kitchen events, this will be free for all participating. This signature Junior League event focuses on teaching…
This fall, The Junior League of Nashville will partner again with the area’s finest retailers to offer the community the opportunity to both give and receive during the fall shopping period, and just in time for the holiday season. The SHOP | SAVE | SUPPORT Card is a shopping card used for a 20% discount at participating…
From AJLI.org: In order to grow as leaders we often have to stretch outside of our comfort zones, and that couldn’t be more true for our Rising Star award winner, Meredith Eason of the Junior League of Nashville. A connector of people, and a teacher by heart, Meredith has brought her unique brand of…
A group of JLN Provisional members hosted a Kids in the Kitchen event to provide a learning opportunity for kids in the Edgehill community during their spring break.
Welcome to YLC/Junior League of Nashville Class 2018, which met for its opening session at the YWCA Nashville & Middle Tennessee on March 13th with the largest JLN class to date with 31 participants.
The Kind Way, founded by Nashville residents Rebekah Rinehart and Sarah Gail Nelson, seeks to spread kindness throughout the country, one mural at a time.