Carole Greisdorf Returns as Leadership Plano Program Director

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Originally published by Plano Magazine | Mar. 22, 2021 by Hunter Lacey Carole Greisdorf served as program director of Leadership Plano (LP) from 2005-2007 as well as 2014-2018. Now, in 2021, she is returning to the role once again. The role entails overseeing LP class sessions, the annual retreat and other projects concerning the class… Read More

Junior League of Collin County accepting nominations for 2021 Women of Influence Awards

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Originally published by The Dallas Morning News | Mar. 8, 2021 by Teri Webster Individuals and organizations are invited to make nominations for the 2021 Junior League of Collin County’s Collin County Women of Influence Awards. The program celebrates volunteerism and recognizes women who are making a difference in the community, according to an announcement… Read More

JLCC Now Accepting Scholarship Applications

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High school seniors continue to end their high school experience differently than in years past due to the global pandemic. However, Junior League of Collin County is trying to keep one piece of the high school senior experience the same as in prior years by awarding the Founders Scholarship. The Founders’ Scholarship was initiated by… Read More

Plano Chamber Honors Community Leaders at Best of Plano 2020

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Originally published by Plano Magazine | Dec. 8, 2020 by Hunter Lacey On Dec. 9, the Plano Chamber of Commerce will honor its 2020 Best of Plano award winners. The event is sponsored by Medical City Plano and will be streamed live from the Rodenbaugh Theatre at North Texas Performing Arts. Chamber members are invited… Read More

‘Neath the Wreath 2020 Goes Home for the Holidays

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Originally published by Plano Magazine | Nov. 4, 2020 By Hunter Lacey Despite the ongoing pandemic, ‘Neath the Wreath is not canceled this year – it’s just going virtual. Put on your coziest jammies, turn on a holiday movie and join the Junior League of Collin County (JLCC) for its annual holiday gift market from… Read More

‘Neath the Wreath’s New Approach to Spreading Cheer in 2020

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Originally published by Local Profile | Nov. 5, 2020 Over the last 25 years, the women of the Junior League of Collin County have raised more than $4 million in charitable revenue for educational and charitable projects that improve life for everyone in Collin County. These award-winning programs include the Juvenile Mentoring Program (JuMP), Collin… Read More

6 New Dallas-Fort Worth Charity Events Raise Crucial Funds from a Social Distance

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Originally published by culturemap Dallas | Oct. 19, 2020 By Stephanie Allmon Merry Crowded galas, luncheons, concerts, and even group fun runs are still off limits for Dallas-Fort Worth nonprofits trying to raise vital funds to support their missions. The coronavirus pandemic continues to force charities to rethink their fundraising events for fall and winter. And now… Read More

Plano Chamber of Commerce names its Citizen of the Year

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Originally published by The Dallas Morning News | Oct. 12, 2020 By Teri Webster Jeri Chambers, board vice president for Plano ISD, has been named the 2020 Plano Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year. The award recognizes a Plano citizen whose personal contributions — outside of regular work duties — have over a number… Read More

‘Neath the Wreath Going Virtual

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Originally published by Celina Record | Oct. 11, 2020 As with many events in 2020, the Junior League of Collin County (JLCC) is bringing the cherished tradition of the ‘Neath the Wreath Holiday Gift Market to the community virtually. This year’s theme invites shoppers to celebrate ‘Home for the Holidays,’ where they can enjoy the… Read More

Junior League of Collin County President Shares How They’re Becoming More Inclusive

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Junior League of Collin County President Shares How They’re Becoming More Inclusive Originally published by Local Profile. Since 1976, the Junior League of Collin County has been having courageous conversations with the community. Thirteen visionary women founded the organization, originally called the Junior League of Plano, and committed their lives to improving their evolving community.… Read More