The Junior League of Raleigh Hosts 39th Annual A Shopping SPREE!
The Junior League of Raleigh’s (JLR) popular holiday tradition is back, offering a unique shopping experience while raising money for nonprofit programs and community service initiatives in Wake County. A Shopping SPREE! will host dozens of regional and national exhibitors at the Jim Graham Building at the NC State Fairgrounds Nov. 30-Dec. 3.
Join us for the Creative Corner which will host four author talks, book sales, and signings. Bestselling, award-winning author Kristy Woodson Harvey will be at SPREE on Friday, December 1, from 3:00-7:00 p.m. in the Jim Graham Building at the NC State Fairgrounds. Kristy will speak and answer questions during the Happy Hour, 5:00-7:00 p.m. Bailey’s will sponsor a romantic raffle and Quail Ridge will sell her books on-site. The other three author appearances that weekend include Kristen Ness, Amanda Lamb, and Tameka Fryer Brown. Click HERE to learn more.
Does your nonprofit or agency need help with a short-term project or event? The Junior League of Raleigh’s Quick Impact team can help! Quick Impact provides trained JLR volunteers for one-time projects or events that can be completed in a short period – generally one day or less.
Team School Success works to support and further the academic and personal development of students in grades K-12, to eliminate barriers to their achievement and to help prepare them for life success. This team supports AventWest Children’s Mentoring, Brentwood Boys & Girls Club, Heritage Park and Note in the Pocket.
The Junior League hosted its annual Christmas Parade watch party for friends and families on November 18. A highlight of the coverage was our interview with WRAL promoting the League and A Shopping SPREE! Watch president-elect Laura Barnes and funding VP Bernette Stivers interview.
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For more than 90 years the Junior League of Raleigh has been committed to serving our community, and today nearly 700 active members commit more 21,000 volunteer hours annually. We seek to expand and deepen our reach year after year to enhance the quality of life and the future of Raleigh.
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