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VOLUME 97

2018

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OUR MISSION

The Junior League of Dallas is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.


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The impact of giving back to our community for 97 years

Accomplishments of League programs over the past year

Letter from the President

Signature Projects

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Service and leadership is a choice we make every day

Rising to the challeneges of the next 100 years

Letter from the Editor

Centennial Announcement

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2018-2019 Board of Directors and Advisory Board

Words of encouragement from keynote speaker Laura Dern

Board of Directors

Milestones Luncheon

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Statement of revenue, expenses and assets

How Ambassador Jeanne Phillips started a lifelong career of leadership through her JLD membership

Financials

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Community Program

Volunteering and fundraising that directly benefits our local area

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10th Anniversary of the T. Boone Pickens Leadership Institute

Making a difference in the lives of over 300 graduates and beyond

Sustainer of the Year

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Auction Party

Helping the JLD Community Fund lift off

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Sponsors

Thank you to our generous sponsors and donors

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LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT

Alicia Hall 2018-2019 PRESIDENT

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OR THIS PAST YEAR, IT HAS BEEN MY GREAT HONOR AND PLEASURE TO SERVE AS PRESIDENT OF THE JUNIOR LEAGUE OF DALLAS. This publication represents just one year of our 97-year mission and history of promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and impacting the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. What began in 1922 with 40 women volunteering to help children and the disabled has grown to nearly 5,000 members serving a range of Dallas’ most critical needs. In the 2018-2019 year, we:

• Donated nearly 130,000 uncompensated volunteer hours and $1 million to the greater Dallas community

• Volunteered at 39 nonprofit agencies, serving in the areas of •

Arts & Cultural Enrichment, Education, Family Preservation, Health, Poverty Intervention and Violence Intervention Received more than 26,000 hours of formal and experiential training on issue-based community impact and leadership development

Today’s JLD member has many opportunities, but also many demands on her time. They are teachers, lawyers, stay-at-home moms, entrepreneurs, leaders of nonprofit and corporate boards, artists and doctors – and they make time to give back. We are immensely grateful that they choose to make community service and civic leadership a cornerstone in their lives. While the lives of our members may look different from those of our founding members, we proudly share their vision and carry on their legacy to build a stronger community through leadership development, civic education and hands-on service. In the 10 years since I have joined JLD, I have proudly served alongside fellow members – making meaningful, lasting change in Dallas one connection at a time. Through the commitment of our members, dedication of our community partners and generosity of our donors, I am confident that the Junior League of Dallas will continue to build a rich legacy of service and leadership in our city. Best,

“We proudly share the vision of our founding members and carry on their legacy to build a stronger community through leadership development, civic education and hands-on service.”

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

DA L L AC I T E C R E D I TS EDITOR Nikki Canga

Nikki Canga DALLACITE EDITOR

ASSISTANT EDITOR Lindsey Campbell CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Jiselle Rodriguez, Jill Garza DESIGN AND LAYOUT Rachelle Diaz, Art Diva Creative

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VERY DAY WE MAKE CHOICES AND THOSE CHOICES AFFECT THE PEOPLE AROUND US. We get to choose how we want to impact the world and the people in it. As Jane Goodall once said, “You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” I think of the impact the Junior League of Dallas has not only had on my life but also on the Dallas community. With nearly 5,000 members supporting 39 agencies and giving back $1 million a year to the community, that’s an incredible impact. I think about all the individual lives this exceptional group of women has impacted and the ripple effect that has impacted many others.

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J L D S TA F F COMMUNICATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE Coral Bell

What many people don’t realize is the work we do in our community leaves just as big of an impact on us. We get the chance to work with amazing agencies and truly grateful and inspiring people. Many of them may not realize how they’ve touched our hearts and minds. Thank you, Dallas, for letting us be part of such a thriving and beautiful community.

RECEPTIONIST Paula Davis

Our 97th year has been full of impactful moments, including the 10-year anniversary of the T. Boone Pickens Leadership Institute. Over 300 League members have completed this 10-month leadership and training development program with more than 63 percent of them reporting they have advanced in their careers since completing the program. These are the kinds of impactful women the League is creating: intelligent, strong women who are leaders in their community, making a difference.

DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION Dana Landers

MEMBERSHIP AND COMMUNITY LIAISON Kristianne Hinkamp

ACCOUNTING ASSOCIATE Alicia Miller DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Lisa Nelson

It’s been a true honor to be your editor this year. I would like to give a special thanks to the DallaCite team for their hard work and countless hours. Working with each of you was a pleasure and I thank you for your time and dedication.

DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT Kate Newman

The impact the JLD has made over the last 97 years continues to grow, and I cannot wait to see what the next 97 years bring.

J U N I O R L E AG U E O F DA L L A S

Sincerely,

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2018-2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

top row:

Becky Gómez – Communications Vice President; Theresa Remek – Training Vice President; Jennifer Wilson – Strategy Vice President; Katherine Fayne – Recording Secretary; Shannon Fisher – Financial Vice President; Melissa Cooksey- Development Vice President bottom row: Kimberly Dean – Admin Vice President; Marisa Partin – Membership Vice President; Julie Bagley – Sustaining Advisor; Alicia Hall – President; Brooke Bailey – President Elect; Sara Rockey- Signature Projects Vice President; Staci Thetford – Community Vice President

COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD Daron Babcock Executive Director Bonton Farms

Trisha Cunningham President and CEO North Texas Food Bank

Camille Grimes Community Relations Manager Dallas Morning News

Norman P. Bagwell CEO Bank of Texas

Ruben Esquivel Vice President for Community and Corporate Relations UT Southwestern Medical Center

Ashlee Kleinert Ruthie’s Rolling Café Founder

Jennifer Chandler Market President Bank of America Brent E. Christopher President Children’s Medical Center Foundation Patti Clapp Managing Director Patti Clapp Consulting Melissa Corwin Vice President, Human Resources, Diversity and Inclusion AT&T Cece Cox CEO Resource Center

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Angela Farley CFO/COO Dallas Regional Chamber Ruth Farrar COO Sendero Regen Fearon Chairman Early Matters Dallas Scott Flannery CEO, North Texas and Oklahoma UnitedHealthcare Charles Glover Senior Program Officer Meadows Foundation

Pam Lear Chief of Staff Dallas ISD Noelle LeVeaux CEO Noelle LeVeaux Concepts Sarah Cotton Nelson Chief Philanthropy Officer Communities Foundation of Texas David M. Rosenberg Partner Thompson & Knight LLP Jennifer Sampson President and CEO United Way of Metropolitan Dallas

Nicole Small President and Chief Philanthropy Officer Lyda Hill Foundation Tracy Steiner Vice President, Sales Communications and International Digital Marketing Texas Instruments Paula Strasser Director, Edwin L. Cox BBA Leadership Institute SMU Cox School of Business Amy Tharp Chief Operations Officer Downtown Dallas, Inc. Roslyn Dawson Thompson President and CEO Texas Women’s Foundation Crayton Webb Owner and CEO Sunwest Communications


J U N I O R L E AG U E O F DA L L A S

Statement of Activities For period ending May 31, 2018

REV E NU E

TOTAL REVENUE $3,474,662

Net Fundraising Activities $1,190,269

34.3%

Membership Dues

$876,200

25.2%

Investment Appreciation (Realized & Unrealized)

$708,217

20.4%

Contributions $581,206 16.7%

Investment Income

$118,770

3.4%

EXP E NSES

TOTAL EXPENSES $2,749,885

Program Services

Projects & Grants

$1,003,812

36.5%

Direct Support of Membership Programs

$373,451

13.6%

Supporting Services

Fundraising (new) $658,109 23.9%

General & Administrative $591,396

Association Dues $123,117 4.5%

21.5%

TOTAL NET ASSETS $11,332,743 2018–2019 | 7


J U N I O R L E AG U E O F DA L L A S

Community Program With funding numbers

ARTS & CULTURAL ENRICHMENT

FAMILY PRESERVATION

POVERTY INTERVENTION

• Booker T. Washington High

• Baylor Health Care System

• Dallas Area Habitat for

• The Dallas Arboretum and

• Promise House

$90,166

School for the Performing and Visual Arts 21 volunteers; $23,000 Botanical Garden 60 volunteers; $12,000

• Dallas Museum of Art

43 volunteers; $10,750

• Dallas Zoological Society 40 volunteers; $23,000

• National Archives & Records Administration (George W. Bush Presidential Library) 21 volunteers

• Juliette Fowler Communities 11 volunteers; $3,416

• Perot Museum of Nature & Science 101 volunteers; $18,000

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$114,454

Foundation - Twice Blessed House 26 volunteers; $12,500 20 volunteers; $25,750

• Rays of Light

16 volunteers; $5,000

• Ronald McDonald House of Dallas 56 volunteers; $37,704

• St. Philip’s School &

Community Center 20 volunteers; $20,500

• Trinity River Mission

22 volunteers; $13,000

$141,020

Humanity 36 volunteers; $30,300

• Interfaith Family Services 19 volunteers; $38,220

• Literacy Achieves

17 volunteers; $11,500

• New Friends New Life 13 volunteers; $12,000

• North Dallas Shared Ministries 14 volunteers; $32,000

• North Texas Food Bank 28 volunteers; $17,000


HEALTH

EDUCATION

• Cancer Support Community

• Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater

$176,980

North Texas 38 volunteers; $26,100

• Children’s Medical Center & Our Children’s House 31 volunteers; $31,050

• Equest

51 volunteers; $29,000

• Methodist Medical Center 26 volunteers; $26,000

• Parkland Health & Hospital System 31 volunteers; $26,000

• Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children 40 volunteers; $14,830

• The Senior Source, Senior Citizens of Greater Dallas 26 volunteers; $24,000

$102,800

Dallas 32 volunteers; $21,000

• Dallas Heritage Village 11 volunteers; $5,000

• Friends of the Dallas Public Library 12 volunteers; $14,500

• Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas 18 volunteers; $4,000 funding

• The Notre Dame School of

VIOLENCE INTERVENTION

$144,580

• Community Partners of Dallas 42 volunteers; $27,500

• Dallas CASA

38 volunteers; $23,760

• Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center 33 volunteers; $21,000

• Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support 52 volunteers; $21,000

Dallas 11 volunteers; $18,200

• Our Friends Place

• Texas Discovery Gardens

• The Family Place

12 volunteers; $7,100

• The Rise School of Dallas

24 volunteers; $22,600 22 volunteers; $28,720

11 volunteers; $33,000

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Established in 2008 with a generous gift from the T. Boone Pickens Foundation, the program serves to grow the leadership skills of a selected annual class of JLD members through their participation in a 10-month development and strengths training course. Today, 338 members have participated in the Leadership Institute and have taken what they have learned to advance their careers, lead for- and nonprofit boards and serve in elected and civic held positions. Graduates of the program leave motivated to impact the Dallas community and equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to bring positive and effective change.

LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE

Graduates Create Ripple Effect for Change Alumnae survey conducted in 2019

63%

Advanced their career from promotions to new jobs, with opportunities in a wide range of industries.

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30%

Held an elected or appointed position, many in a community organization or professional association.

51%

Held leadership positions in professional associations.

37%

Served on the board of a nonprofit or for-profit organization.


Leaving a Lasting Impact JLD MEMB ERS TA K E LEA D E R SHIP STE PS TO MA KE A DIFFE RE NCE

“I would have never had the confidence to start my private practice, Sparkman Counseling & Education Consulting, in January 2018 and become an entrepreneur without my TBPLI experience. It taught me first and foremost, I had the education, training & natural skill set to take a leap of faith and trust myself.” —LAURA SPARKMAN STACI THETFORD received the Parkland Foundation Community First Award, which recognizes exceptional civic-minded leaders who have impacted Dallas County through their work in the community.

24%

Started their own business.

10%

Employ others through the business the graduates started.

MICHELLE ALDEN was promoted to Director of the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program and received the Pro Bono Coordinator Award from the State Bar of Texas in 2017. The Pro Bono Coordinator Award is presented to an individual who has made an exceptional contribution to the delivery of and access to legal services for the poor, while serving as the pro bono coordinator for a volunteer attorney organization or group, local bar association, law firm, law school, corporate legal office, governmental law department or legal services organization. “I made a complete career transition. I left my executive role at a nonprofit to start my own coaching and speaking business.” —CAYTIE LANGFORD

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Received honors or awards in the workplace and/or in the community.

71%

Served on Leadership Council, which implements programs and policies of JLD.

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SIGNATURE PROJECTS

Since 1922, JLD has invested more than $1.7 million in Dallas ISD educators through Grants for Innovative Teaching (GFIT). Each year, funds are awarded to teachers to execute innovative projects not provided for in school budgets, with an emphasis on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). This League year, the JLD awarded 50 grants to deserving Dallas ISD educators affecting 9,244 Dallas ISD students. The total amount funded across all grants this year was over $89,000, with funding of up to $2,000 for each grant. Sponsors included: Texas Instruments (Presenting Sponsor), Agnes Cluthe Oliver Foundation, Hillcrest Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Co-Trustee. One of the GFIT grants this year was Jessica Bell, an educator at Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, for Wonderful Sparks, a program she designed.The projects of Wonderful Sparks will give students access to the technical training that will offer job opportunities after high school to advance their art portfolios. The work created by the students will be used in their Advanced Placement 3D portfolios toward college credit.

Recognizing the need to fight the childhood obesity epidemic, the Junior League of Dallas partners with UnitedHealthcare, the Moody Foundation and local after-school programs Sponsored by UnitedHealthcare to administer its Kids in the Kitchen (KITK) program. Through this nationally recognized health education program, the JLD will reach more than 800 Dallas County children and parents this year with a curriculum covering the basics of nutrition, healthy meal preparation and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The goal of the KITK program is to empower youth to make healthy lifestyle choices and reverse the trend of childhood obesity and its associated health issues. Through KITK interactive program, children are taught how to prepare easy, nutritious meals, work safely in the kitchen and incorporate exercise into their daily lives. All recipes are kid tested and truly kid friendly, calling for simple ingredients that do not require an oven or stove.

Women LEAD High School Finalists.

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Judges awarded $30,000 in scholarships to 10 female, high school seniors during the JLD’s sixth annual Women L.E.A.D. Scholarship Speech Competition and Awards Ceremony. The Women L.E.A.D. (Learn. Excel. Achieve. Dream) scholarship program helps provide female high school students the opportunity to pursue a higher education and inspires them to become future women leaders. The finalists were chosen from Emmett J. Conrad High School, South Oak Cliff High School and Thomas Jefferson High School.


CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE ADVISORS Lindalyn Adams Ruth Altshuler* Linda Custard Lyda Hill Caren Prothro Deedie Rose Dee Torbert

The Junior League of Dallas kicked off its Centennial celebrations in October 2018 with a big announcement. Dallas philanthropist and Junior League of Dallas Past President, Lyda Hill, announced a lead gift of $5 million to help establish the Junior League of Dallas Centennial Endowment Foundation. She then provided a challenge of an additional $5 million grant matching gift over the next two years. “I am confident that whether it is through the financial assistance they provide, the operational training they conduct or the community service they perform, the League will always use its resources to reach as far into the community as possible in order to affect meaningful change,” said Miss Hill. Centennial Co-chairs Margo Goodwin and Andrea Cheek said that the overall goal is to raise $25 million over the next 10 years. The Centennial Endowment Foundation is a separate 501c3 whose sole beneficiary is the JLD and will be used specifically for leadership and volunteer training and support services. The endowment will allow the organization to continue its mission of promoting voluntarism and developing the potential of women while improving the community through effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. A Board of Trustees has been created to lead the Centennial Endowment and is chaired by Connie O’Neill. In addition, Goodwin and Cheek announced 100 percent participation from the Centennial Committee, Advisors and Endowment Trustees. For more information about the Centennial or if you are interested in supporting the Junior League of Dallas through a tax deductible gift to the JLD Centennial Endowment Foundation, please email Centennial Co-chair Margo Goodwin at margo.goodwin@charter.net.

Top: Margo Goodwin, Lyda Hill, Caren Prothro; Bottom Left: Alli Eagen, Caytie Langford, Andrea Cheek, Elizabeth Dacus; Bottom Right: Lydia Novakov, Karen Shuford, Linda Custard, Becky Bright.

CENTENNIAL ENDOWMENT FOUNDATION TRUSTEES Connie O’Neill, Chairman Jeanne Whitman Bobbitt Peggy Carr Andrea Cheek Rebecca Enloe Fletcher Isabell Novakov Debbie Oates Caren Prothro Karen Shuford CENTENNIAL STEERING COMMITTEE Andrea Cheek, Co-Chair Margo Goodwin, Co-Chair Peggy Allison Julie Bagley Emy Lou Baldridge Jan Baldwin Becky Bright Meredith Camp Peggy Carr Christie Carter Nancy Chapman Linda Evans Helen Holman Anne Leary Gail Madden Lynn McBee Paige McDaniel Linda McFarland Sally McPherson Suzanne Miller Meredith Mosley Elise Murphy Kate Newman Lydia Novakov Debbie Oates Becky Odlozil Connie O’Neill Debbie Scripps Karen Shuford Jill Smith 2018–2019 | 13


MIILESTONES LUNCHEON WITH LAURA DERN

The Impact of Ambition

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OUR-TIME GOLDEN GLOBE AWARD WINNING-ACTRESS LAURA DERN opened up on her journey as an actress at the 2018 Milestones Luncheon at the Hilton Anatole Hotel sponsored by The Kohl Foundation.

In her latest upcoming film set to be released December 2019, Little Women, Dern plays Marmee March, the mother of four teenage daughters living in Massachusetts in the 1860s. Dern said her character resonated with values esteemed by the League. “As I learned more about Louisa Alcott’s mother, I learned that the she was America’s first social worker. She did the work of the Junior League to help find people jobs, homes and food,” Dern said. “She was this extraordinary person helping others, and she had been teaching her daughters to do the same, so I feel very inspired playing that role.” When asked to reflect on her former accomplishments or regrets, Laura Dern stressed the importance of closing the gender pay gap. “Lesson learned. For the younger generation, women should make money. Women should be ambitious. Women should have pay parity, and women should fight to be heard in this world.” During the final moments of her talk, Dern challenged the crowd to think differently about ambition, something she believes women need in order to succeed. “Somehow that involves self-sacrifice, and I think many of us grew up thinking of ambition as a dirty word, and it’s fantastic. Look what you’re doing!” she said. “You are the perfect example of turning art, love, money, passion, into a voice for a whole community. We have to raise our daughters, granddaughters and the next generation to be ambitious, to make a difference and to be heard.” Dern then asked the audience to write a love letter to themselves, evoking cheers from the crowd. 14 | DallaCite

“We have to raise our daughters, granddaughters and the next generation to be ambitious to make a difference and to be heard.” MASTER OF CEREMONIES

Shelly Slater LUNCHEON CO-CHAIRS

Nicole Metzger Brewer Natalie Metzger Lesikar Pam Busbee SUSTAINER OF THE YEAR

Ambassador Jeanne Phillips FEATURED SPEAKER

Laura Dern


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S U S TA I N E R O F T H E Y E A R

Ambassador Jeanne L. Phillips “The League fundamentals are still there, and that is the common goal of women who are bright, talented and committed to making the world a better place.”

Alicia Hall, Jeanne L. Phillips, Peggy Meyer.

The Junior League of Dallas celebrates this year’s JLD Sustainer of the Year, the Honorable Jeanne L. Phillips, retired U.S. Ambassador and current Senior Vice President for Corporate Affairs and International Relations at Hunt Consolidated, Inc. Nominated and then selected by a committee of JLD members, Phillips received the award during the JLD’s Annual Milestones Luncheon. We sat down with Ambassador Phillips, a graduate of Southern Methodist University, to hear how the training she receive in the League influenced her career and life’s journey and why she continues to support the organization. “A lot of my early experiences in my 20s and early 30s allowed me to test my skills, to learn my strengths and know my weaknesses. I love that about the Junior League. I think it’s a safe place for people to learn about themselves and have the most impact possible as a volunteer,” she said. She emphasized how the JLD laid the groundwork that helped her step outside of her comfort zone. From 2001 until 2003, she served as chief spokesperson for the U.S. during President George W. Bush’s administration. She was the United States Permanent Representative to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) with rank of Ambassador in Paris, France. She also was a delegate to the World Economic Forum in New York in 2002 and in Davos, Switzerland, in 2003. Phillips has lived in Dallas since 1976. She was named as one of 100 most influential women in Dallas, receiving the YWCA Centennial Award in 2008.

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Although Ambassador Phillips witnessed changes in the faces of the JLD, she said the organization still has the same values and dedication to make a difference. “I think the League fundamentals are still there, and that is the common goal of women who are bright, talented and committed to making the world a better place,” she said. “The Junior League is a roll-up-your-sleeves, hands-on, doit organization. I think people who are drawn to the League appreciate the fact that the people who have gone before them are their teachers and have left behind information useful for them.” It’s this kind of commitment that leaves a legacy behind for the next generation. “One of the reasons that most of us stay as sustainers is because we are devoted to the friends we made, devoted to the work that the League does and we’re devoted to the idea that we’re greater in numbers than we are by ourselves,” Ambassador Phillips said. As Senior Vice President for Corporate Affairs and International Relations at Hunt Consolidated, Inc., Ambassador Phillips is currently responsible for local, state, national and international government affairs for all of Hunt family companies.


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uests at the annual Junior League of Dallas Auction Party went on a jet-setting adventure filled with a night of dancing, casino games and bidding. The themed “Take Flight” Auction Party included dozens of fabulous items assembled together by Auction Chair Caytie Langford and her team. Many whisked away on a night of fun at the Frontiers of Flight Museum as Manhattan of the Jordan Kahn Music Company pumped up the crowd with popular hits.

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Four lucky winners each walked away with a raffle prizes including of a $5,000 debit card from PlainsCapital Bank, a shopping getaway to LA, a total body transformation from Spa810 or a private VIP shopping party for 10 at Elizabeth W Boutique. Cook Diamonds brought a special giveaway for one lucky guest to win a stunning pair of diamond hoop earrings. Four other guests took home big-ticket auction items: tickets to the 2020 Kentucky Derby, a custom dinner for 12 in The Kitchen Source’s showroom, a shop ‘til you drop during a girls’ day out at Highland Park Village and Preston Center tickets to the Paul McCartney Freshen Up tour in June.

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The annual Auction Party benefits the Junior League of Dallas Community Service Fund, which serves as a platform to raise awareness for the programs and issues supported by the JLD and recognizes the impact and achievements of its volunteers. 2018–2019 | 17


DIAMOND SPONSOR $75,000 and above Lyda Hill SAPPHIRE SPONSOR $50,000-$74,999 Kohl Foundation Sewell Automotive Group Texas Instruments Incorporated CRYSTAL SPONSOR $25,000 - 49,999 Dallas Southwest Osteopathic Physicians Hilton Anatole Hotel Hunt Consolidated Inc. McShan Florist The Moody Foundation Park Place Dealerships Ryan Foundation UnitedHealthCare EMERALD SPONSOR $15,000-$24,999 Baylor Scott & White Health Children’s Health Origin Bank Sendero PLATINUM SPONSOR $10,000-$14,999 Anonymous Baker Botts LLP Bank of Texas Brynn Bagot Public Relations Gittings Portraiture David B. Miller Family Fund Kate & Keith Newman Agnes Cluthe Oliver Foundation Jeanne Phillips Murray Media Texas Health Resources Foundation SILVER SPONSOR $5,000-$7,499 A.L. Chilton Foundation Theodore & Beulah Beasley Foundation Community Partners of Dallas Elizabeth W Boutique Margo & Bill Goodwin Nicole Metzger Brewer & Natalie Metzger Lesikar J.M. Haggar, Jr. Family Foundation Alicia & Andrew Hall Caytie & Shane Langford/Caytie Langford & Associates Luther King Capital Management Steve & Jennifer Metzger/Dorothy Whitten/Dr. Charles & Cheri Whitten Mike A. Myers New Covenant Foundation Parkland Foundation PlainsCapital Bank Vin & Caren Prothro Foundation Rethink Results/LaurieGrace Bouldin Scovell Family Foundation Nancy Seay Jonathan Simhkai Spa 810 Thompson & Knight Foundation Stacey Walker BRONZE SPONSOR $2,500-$4,999 Julie & Scott Bagley Brooke & Michael Bailey Heather Barthlow Brett & Tillie Borchers Clampitt Paper Melissa & Steve Cooksey Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center Digital 3 Printing Louise Spence Griffeth Half Price Books Carrie Hill* Kendra Scott* Sara & Sean Kremin Charitable Fund Betty & John Martin Julienne Murchison Pam Perella Perkins Coie LLP Perkins+Will formerly LauckGroup Sarah & Ross Perot, Jr. Richard Eiseman Jewels

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Deedie Rose The Rosewood Foundation Sapphire Foundation, Inc. Jennifer & Andy Scripps Southwestern Medical Foundation Mrs. Ben H. Sparkman Stella & Dot SusieCakes Tory Sport COPPER SPONSOR $1,000- $2,499 Emy Lou Baldridge Heather Bennett* Veronica & Mark Cartwright Amanda Picha Coles Kelly Compton/Maryann Mihalopoulos Mary Anne Cree CultureMap Elizabeth Dacus* Estes Thorne & Carr PLLC Regan Fearon & Torri Mannes FireEye Shannon Fisher* Frost Bank Elizabeth Gambrell Amber Givens Sharon & David Gleeson Becky Gomez* Holmes Murphy ISN Charitable Giving Fund Sharon Jett Junior League of Dallas Sustainers Kendra Scott* The Kitchen Source Ashlee & Chris Kleinert LafargeHolcim Valerie Maniscalco* Maverick Capital Foundation Jodi McShan Methodist Health System Foundation Modern Luxury Indrajit Majumder Paula Mosle Meredith Mosley Multiview Network Bar Christina & Tim Norris Jennifer Pope Janet Baird Quisenberry Theresa Remek* J. Ridout Portraits Mark & Katie Robbins Scapes Incorporated Debbie & Ric Scripss Smiley’s Studio Southern Methodist University Whitney Strauss* Texas Women’s Foundation University of Texas Dallas Khairunnisa Veerjee* Dorothy Weil Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Wilson Kimberly Yamanouchi UP TO $999 Caryl Aberle Loren Adair Karis Adam Lindalyn Adams Randy & Ruth Adams Rhond Aghamalian Brynn Alday Brandy Alfred Ashley Allen* Bonner Allen Tandra Allen* Alliance Data Systems Peggy Allison Amazon Sandy Ammons Kay Anderson Anonymous Laura Arnott AT&T Dana Ayres Tamara Badgett Neda Bahramnejad Heather Baker Jan Baldwin Renise Barton Doris Bass Laura Bassett* BBVA Compass Cynthia Beaird Marcia Beare Caroline Bell* Benevity Community Impact Fund Camille Bernal Stephanie Bernal

Lisa Bhattacharya Lexus Bible Nancy Bierman Lynn Biggers Cora Black Georgia Sue Black Ashley Blanchette Heather Blond Jeanne Whitman Bobbit Elizabeth Boeckman Margaret Kathryn Boehme* Boeing Jessica Boghetich* Heather Bonfield* Martha Booe Booker T. Washington Elizabeth Boyd Gretchen Brasch Margaret Breedlove Summer Breen* Angela Breese Lyn Brower Ashley Brown Ellen Bryant Mackey Burch* Amber Burnett* Pam Busbee Elizabeth Buske* Janet Bustin Caitlyn Byther Joseph Cahoon Annika Cail Amy Cailliouet Monique Callagy Sarah Campbell Markie Campfield Meredith Cantrell Nikki Canga The Cardio Group Chelsea Carpenter Peggy Carr* Andrea Carter* Christie Carter Becky Casey Lindsay Cates Anabelle Catterall Cara Causey Margaret Cervin Clare Buie Chaney Caitlyn Chapman Kirtna Charavda Natalie Chavez Sylvia Chavez* Andrea Cheek Leslie Clampitt* Christina Clark Joanna Clarke* Coast to Coast Trade Show Services Amy “Mimi” Campbell Cole Mary Ann Collins Anne Coke Wendy Cone Jackie Clews Conners David Cook Bunny Cotten Megan Cowne Betty Crawford Krystle Craycraft* Elizabeth Creech Hamaria Crockett Barbara Crow Elizabeth Crow Lauren Crow* Catherine Crowe Teri Crowson Christy Cummins Merrill Curtis Wynne McNabb Cunningham Janet Daulton Georgia Davis Lindsay Davis* Nancy Davis Paula Davis Kimberly Dean* Ashley DeArmen Deloitte Caitlyn Doepfner Stephanie Dolan Gay Donnell Sara Donohue Michele Dougherty Elsie Dunklin Allison Eagan Michelle Early Courtney Edwards* Jana Eidson Lisa Elrod Claire Emanuelson Diana Erhart Junior Esquivel Elizabeth Etier* Brittany Evans

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