SPRING 2011

                                                  Trot for
  In this Issue
       Trot for Teal

      Light & Lively                                                                                 In support of our mission, the
    Know Your Board                                                                             Junior League of Hampton Roads
              2                                                                                 is hosting its 2nd Annual Trot for
        Tea for Teal                                                                            Teal, a 5K Run/Walk. Race proceeds
              3             benefit female reproductive cancer awareness and proceeds support services for women in Hampton
  Community Update/         Roads. The race is April 23, 2011 at 8:00am at City Center in Newport News. The race will start and
              4             end in the City Center on Town Center Drive near the fountain. Runners and walkers are welcome!
 Print of the Month Club/   Visit for more details and registration. The entry fee is $25 ($20 for military). Finish
              6             line results and race support provided by the Peninsula Track Club. We would like to extend a special
                            thanks to our sponsors: Amerigroup Foundation, Richey & Co. Shoes, Rob Dick-Wells Fargo Advisors,
      New Members
                            Newport News Branch, Colonial Sports, DJ Lennox, Victory Family YMCA, Bo Essentials, Steve Thiem
       In The News
                            Electric, Curves-Fox Hill, BUBBLES Just for Hair, The Mole Hole, Coldwater Creek, Salsa’s Mexican
                            Grill, Hi Ho Silver, Taste Unlimited, Talbots, Ann Taylor LOFT, Dr. Adam Gold, Road ID, and and Nikki
     Casino Night -         Camhout, Arbonne International.
     A Big Success
              8                  Enjoy refreshments and post-race entertainment provided by DJ Lennox of New York. Race
                            registration is currently underway. For more information about this event, please visit us on facebook
      Silent Auction
                            Feed the meters and
 Leaguers in the News                                                            CONGRATULATIONS
 Tour of JLHR’s Impact      support the Junior                                      The winners of the, Trot for Teal, t-shirt design
             11                                                                  contest was announced at the January General
         Sustainer          League of Hampton                                    Membership Meeting. There were quite a few
       Happenings           Roads!                                               inspirational submissions! Congratulations to
             12                                                                  Rachel Spence for designing the front side logo
                              JLHR has been selected as a 2011 recipient         and Julie Laws for designing the back. As a
        Trot for Teal       of the Peninsula Town Center’s “Change for
                                                                                 token of thanks, Rachel and Julie will receive
       Registration         Charity” program. With this unique community
                                                                                 free entry for this year’s 5k.
             13             program, the Peninsula Town Center donates
Thanks to Our Sponsors      the revenue collected from their parking meters
             15             and parking tickets to six community organizations. The 2010 non-profit recipients were each presented
                            with checks for $19000 so this is a tremendous opportunity!
                              Help us spread the word—the more people that park there, the more money we could earn to
             16             support our community projects!

                               Women Connecting Our Communities
Hampton ~ newport news ~ williamsburg ~ poquoson ~ York CountY ~ glouCester ~ smitHfield
                                                               “Volunteerism is the price you pay for the space you occupy”
                                 President’s                       For many of us, volunteerism is a tradition that we grew up. In my
                                 Reflections                  case, it was so much a part of my life growing up, that I never actually knew
                                                              my parents were volunteering. How was I to know other parents weren’t
                                                              coaching Little League teams, teaching Sunday School, helping to establish
                             Mandy Eberwine their community’s volunteer rescue squad, or serving on various committees
                                                              and boards?! To this day my parents are still actively volunteering and making
                                                              a difference in their community.
                                   In the early years, much of my parents’ volunteer service was associated with activities we could all
                              participate in as a family. Between their terms of service as team mom, coach, umpire, concessions chair,
  and league commissioner, I spent so much time at the ballpark through the years that I still have people come up to me and share
  their memories of “the little red haired girl” running around—and yes, my mother did convince us it was fun to pick up trash! Every
  year at Christmas, I can’t help but reflect on the memories and fun times we had as a family selling popcorn to benefit the rescue
  squad at Coleman’s Nursery’s Winter Wonderland. Our parents’ commitment to volunteerism left a lasting impression on my sister,
  brother and I—we have each found ways to serve in our own communities.
       As members of the Junior League of Hampton Roads, we have all chosen to make volunteerism a part of our daily lives. And
  as members of a training organization, we are all learning skills—often through on-the-job training—that can be used to serve and
  lead other organizations in the community. We should all be very proud of that fact! We should also strive to pass on the legacy of
  volunteerism to future generations and do whatever we can to ensure they understand the importance of our volunteer work.
       This year’s National Volunteer Week is just around the corner on April 10-16. On behalf of everyone in the community whose lives
  we have touched, I would like to thank each of you for your volunteer service—you have truly helped the Junior League of Hampton
  Roads make a difference!
                                                                                                                          --Mandy Eberwine

       Thank you to Martha Field for sharing the title quote as a “Mama-ism” to be included in “My Mama Made That”. And thank you to Dian Calderone—in an
  attempt to break my writer’s block, I found myself digging through the Highlights archives and one of your President’s Messages was my inspiration for this article!

                 Light ‘N Lively
                      Get to know the
                   JLHR Board of Directors

                                             Molly Trant
                            Q: What is your all time favorite song
                            playing on your ipod?
                            A: “Chicken Fried” by Zac Brown Band (I
                            love to watch my husband and 2 year old
                            dance to it)
Q: What is your all time favorite movie?
A: Steel Magnolias
Q: Do you have any “pet peeves”?
A: Saying one thing and doing another.
Q: What inspires you the most?
A: My husband and children.
Q: Do you live by a motto?
A: It doesn’t hurt to be kind.
Q: What motivates you?
A: “My family.
Q: If you could go anywhere in the world where would you go?
A: St. Barts.

               Tea for Teal
  The Community Outreach Committee hosted the 2nd Annual Junior
League of Hampton Roads Tea for Teal at Riverside Cancer Care Center on
Wednesday, March 2nd , 2011. This annual event provides an opportunity
for Cancer Center staff, volunteers, and caregivers to relax and take a short
                                            break from the stress of their
                                            daily routine. Nearly 70 guests
                                            joined Junior League of Hampton
                                            Roads volunteers for lunch. They
                                            visited with our special guests
                                            Allison Johnson and her therapy
                                            dog Roger. They also planted
                                                                   seeds to grow new indoor plants
                                                                   for their workstations and learned
                                                                   easily applied stress management
                                                                   techniques in the workplace. Guests
                                                                   also had a chance to sign up for a
                                                                   10-minute massage.

                                                                    The committee would like
                                                                  to acknowledge our donors and
                                                                  contributors: Nicole Camhout,
                                                                  Arbonne; Nicole Manyan, Scentsy;
Krista Palm, Pampered Chef; Jackie Stephenson, Thirty One Gifts; Azzurri Italian Restaurant; and Rooms,
Blooms & More.

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       Community Update • Community Update •
    The Girls of Excellence Committee has been busy over the last
couple of months! The transition from South Morrison to Sedgefield
Elementary has been seamless. Committee members were on hand
to present the first group of Sedgefield 5th grade girls with their GOE
t-shirts and lanyards at their organizational meeting on November
15, 2010. On January 24, 2011 the committee held the Kids in the
Kitchen Fitness & Nutrition program. The girls had a great time getting
a fantastic workout doing Zumba! They made and enjoyed two healthy
snacks, and learned about nutrition from a dietician. The afternoon was
topped off with a fun nutrition skit performed by high school students
volunteering with the GOE, one of whom is actually an alumna herself.
     On February 7th, the GOE committee held the first ever Science
Fun! event. The only SOL the girls didn’t beat the boys’ scores in the
last school year was Science--the staff at Sedgefield and the GOE
committee are determined to change that! Science Fun! was a science The girls making PDA’s “Paper Bag Data Assistants” to use to collect data
fair designed to inspire a love of science. Stations included: a food chain and take notes at the various stations. JLHR volunteers in this shot are Jill
                                                                            Dec on the left and new member Denice Dublin on the right.
snack and moon phases, water science with Junior League of Hampton
Roads member and environmental engineer Stephanie Cook, food and animals with a Smithfield Foods food scientist, a representative
from the Monitor National Marine Sanctuary, and two stations dealing with physical science run by the National Institute of Aerospace.
Committee chair Sophie Davis along with committee members Allison Hund, Lisa Moore and Shannon Renfro would like to thank all of
the volunteers who helped make the first two events so successful!

           Here are some quotes from current members of Girls of Excellence
                      regarding their experience in the program:
  “I feel great being in Girls of Excellence                                   off of me.”
  because I get a lot of support from all                                      The girls themselves express their
  kinds of different people.”                                                  pride and appreciation for this
  “I’m excited every time I come to a                                          partnership.
  meeting. It’s a privilege.”                                                  “Thank you Junior League for teaching
  “Being a member encourages me to                                             us how to eat healthy and be fit. You
  be good all the time.”                                                       helped make Girls of Excellence
                                                                               happen, and we appreciate that.”
  “I got my attitude together and have
  to keep focused.”                                                            “I’m still eating healthy.”
  “It will help me in middle school                                            “The science day was so fun! I loved
  because I will know how to act.”                                             the moon phases and oblick slime.
                                                                               I’m so glad you are a part of Girls of
  “It will help me because all of the
  things I have learned will never rub

• Community Update • Community Update

 Cook with her
 Water station.
      She is an
   engineer for
Malcolm Pirnie.

                                                                         Allison, Sophie and Shannon
                                                                      passing out t-shirts and lanyards.

Whitney Mutter
(new member) and
Mary Kate Kitay
planning the lesson
for the Moon Phase

                      LHR volunteers for
                      KITK with the Fruit &

                                              JLHR volunteers for
                                               Kids in the Kitchen.

       Nancy Thomas
     Print of the Month
  Nancy Thomas’ exciting Print-of-the-Month Club is coming
back to the JLHR! This is a great opportunity to receive a
new, beautiful print from Nancy’s ever-popular Calendar
series each month - You can even sign up a friend or family
member for the “gift that keeps on giving”!
  Here’s how it works: Choose any twelve 8”x8” prints from
any of Nancys four current monthly series:
  Original, Children’s, Nature, or Floral (new!)
  Here is the best part: The large 8”x8” prints are $65 each
instead of $85. Also - Nancy will sign your birthday month
(please include birth month in comments section of checkout
page) and your birthday month is FREE!!!!
 This offer is only good through 5/1/11 - so please contact
Sam Bishop for your order!

                            New Members In The News
   New Members Help Junior League of Hampton Roads cookies from My Mama
   Spread the Word about the League’s Signature Project, Made That for distribution
             Women’s Reproductive Cancers                at the My Time Women’s
      The 2010-2011 New Member class has              women in your lives to visit and “like” the page.
   completed a multi-faceted campaign to create       They also created a domain www.trot4teal.
   awareness about the League’s signature project     org to direct people to the information and
   focused on women’s reproductive cancers.           registration page for our Trot for Teal 5k.
   They sponsored a booth at the “My Time for            Please keep your eyes on local media outlets
   Women” event held in Hampton on January            for features on JLHR! Congratulations to the
   15. The campaign also included a media blitz       new member class for their success!
   in March and the launch of an informational
   website to create awareness of common
   signs and symptoms of women’s reproductive
   cancers.                                                                                                  A special thank you to Whitney Owens for
                                                                                                          baking several dozen cookies and shipping
      As part of the media blitz, new members                                                             them from her new home in North Carolina,
   sent an informational press release to the Daily                                                       and to Sustainer Courtnay Gilmore for the
   Press, Yorktown Crier, Virginia Gazette, WHRO,                                                         use of her kitchen to make over 25 batches
   the Health Journal, and other local papers in                                                          of cookie dough. New Members distributed
   Smithfield and Gloucester. They also submitted                                                         over 1000 “Take the Time, Know the Signs”
   the press release to other organizations and                                                           brochures and handouts with information
   local churches to educate our community                                                                on local cancer screenings to attendees.
   about women’s reproductive cancers. The new        New Members, Actives
                                                                                                          This event at the Hampton Convention
   domain name links to          and Sustainers baked                                Center was a wonderful opportunity to
   the main JLHR Signature Project webpage.           approximately 5000                                  meet women of all ages and speak with
   The new members also created a Facebook                                                                them one on one about knowing the signs
   page and want everyone to search for “Take         Cranberry Chocolate chip                            of Reproductive Cancers.
   the Time, Know the Signs”, and encourage the

 Spotlighting our newest members. We welcome
  them with open arms and high expectations.
                     Suzi (Susan) Israel                                                                     Leah Bourne
Hobbies: Cooking/Baking, Swimming, Drawing/Painting,                              Hobbies: Boating, Wine tasting, field hockey, VT football (even
Shopping.                                                                         on the bad days).
Hometown: Savannah, GA and Claybank, VA. I was born in                            Hometown: Seaford, VA
Savannah and I love it, so technically it’s my hometown. I lived                  High School and or College Alma Mater: York High, Virginia
several years of my childhood in an area of Gloucester, Claybank,                 Tech (BS), American University (MS).
on the York River, that has always been home for me.
                                                                                  Describe a special person or people in your life: My
High School and or College Alma Mater: High School,                               husband: a serious guy who loves his country, American History,
Bandys High School, Catawba, NC and Savannah College of Art                       guns and the art of grilling. He’s a fabulous daddy who will dance
and Design, Savannah, GA, BFA, Graphic Design & Art History.                      wildly silly with our 8 month old daughter to the Mickey Mouse
Friends would describe you as: Outgoing and friendly.                             Clubhouse song, “Hot Dog.”
If you support a special “cause” tell us about it and                             Friends would describe you as: Outgoing, friendly, and
why: Aplastic Anema, because the husband of a dear friend                         determined.
passed away a couple of years ago. Also, Breast Cancer and                        If you support a special “cause” tell us about it and why:
Reproductive Cancers because a very close friend passed away                      Toys4Tots and many armed forces special causes.
4 years ago-from Breast cancer which had spread to many of
her organs. This is one of the reasons I chose to join JLHR now,
because of the special projects with the Riverside Cancer Center.

Vintage Vegas Comes to Life a
                                                                                 M. Price Distributing once again served as the
                                                                              Beverage Sponsor for the event and did an amazing
                                                                              job providing a variety of drinks, both alcoholic and non-
                                                                              alcoholic, for guests to enjoy. In addition to a variety of
                                                                              Budweiser products, they also brought a Monster Bar
                                                                              to the event and poured Monster drinks throughout the
                                                                              evening. M. Price also added to the evening’s fun by
                                                                              bringing a basketball hoop and miniature golf to the event.
                                                                              Guests had the chance to test their skills and winners took
                                                                              home great prizes!

  On Saturday, February 19, 2011, Vintage Vegas came to Newport
News during the Junior League of Hampton Roads’ 9th Annual
Casino Night. More than 700 people, many in Vintage Vegas attire,
converged at The Mariners’ Museum to raise money for projects
benefiting women and children in the community and celebrate the
Junior League’s successes.
  The evening began with a VIP Reception with delicious food from
“My Mama Made That,” the Junior League’s newest (and award-

                                                                                 Total Wine in Newport News was the wine sponsor
                                                                              again this year and brought delicious blends of wine that
                                                                              enhanced Carrabba’s meal and contributed to the Vintage
                                                                              Vegas theme. Total Wine also led a wine tasting so guests
                                                                              could try unique wines featured at the store.
                                                                                 Guests also enjoyed
                                                                              a beer tasting with
                                                                              St. George Brewing
                                                                              Company (Hampton, VA)
                                                                              and O’Connor Brewing
                                                                              Company (Norfolk, VA).
                                                                              Representatives from both
                                                                              breweries were at the event
                                                                              to answer questions and talk
winning) cookbook. When the doors opened, guests were greeted with            about their brews.
mouth-watering food from Carrabba’s. Skilled staff from the Newport News         The Junior League
restaurant served a variety of dishes and spoke to guests about the Italian   debuted a signature
fare they were enjoying.                                                      drink during the event.

at the 9th Annual Casino Night
                                                 Made with Firefly       The Boardwalk Photo Booth Company
                                                 Sweet Tea Vodka,        brought one of their vintage booths and
                                                 pomegranate and         tons of props to the event so guests
                                                 lemonade, the drink     could glam themselves up and take
                                                 was served in an        home memories of the fun they had at
                                                 Ice Sculpture which     Casino Night.
                                                 was a huge hit!            Wildly popular local band Strictly
                                                    Guests had the       Bizzness entertained guests throughout
                                                 chance to peruse        the evening. Their music kept guests of
                                                 a Silent Auction full   all ages dancing all night. At the end
                                                                             of the night, it was nearly impossible
                                                                             to clear the dance floor, as everyone
                                                                             was having such a wonderful time
                                                                             dancing to the band’s unique sound.
                                                                                The Junior League was fortunate
 of unique items throughout the                                                                             to work with some dedicated volunteers
 evening. With everything from                                                                              during this year’s event. A group of
 beautiful jewelry and artwork to                                                                           students from Christopher Newport
 autographed guitars                                                                                        University in Newport News volunteered
 and photographs,                                                                                           the entire evening. They did a wonderful
 this year’s Silent                                                                                         job and helped the event run smoothly. A
 Auction featured                                                                                           group of volunteers from Water’s Edge
 over 85 items                                                                                              Church also helped set-up the decorations
 donated by generous                                                                                        and prepare the Silent Auction. A huge
                                                                                                            thank you goes out to these individuals
                                                                                                            who generously volunteered their time to
                                                                                                            the Junior League!
                               businesses. We appreciate their                                                 The Junior League of Hampton Road
                               support of the Junior League and our                                         would like to thank everyone who helped
                               important projects for our community.                                        make Casino Night 2011 a success. We
                                                                                                            appreciate the generous support of
                                   You could hear the cheers from                                           our sponsors, donors and guests.
                               the Casino Room throughout the                                               Together we raised money for
                               museum as guests enjoyed blackjack,       projects that will truly make a difference in the lives of women and
                               craps, roulette and Texas Hold’Em.        children in our community. Thank you!
                        This year, the Junior League debuted a new
                        horse racing game thanks to
                        The Austin-Decher Group at
                        Morgan Stanley Smith Barney,           a
                        generous sponsor. This new game
                        was a huge hit, as guests cheered
                        on horses named after Vegas icons.
                           Everyone had the chance to take
                        Casino Night memories home with
                        them thanks to Peninsula Honda, who
                        sponsored a photo booth at the event.

AirTran Airways                                Shannon Renfro                        Unique Handbags
Andrew Carney Photography                      Sleepy Hole Golf Course               Ute’s Gift Shop
Anne Companion Photography                     Smithfield Station                    Victoria Station Tea Room
ArtInspired Studio One                         Statosphere: Las Vegas                Victory Family YMCA
Arts Ballet Academy                            Suzi Israel, Arbonne Consultant       Village Events, LTD
Avon                                           The Mariners’ Museum                  Virginia Zoo
Better Homes and Gardens                       The Washington Capitals               Walt Disney World
Bishop Fishing Supply                          Total Wine                            Wildtree
Body & Sol Tanning                             Tuckaway Traditions                   You’re Someone Special Salon
Buggy Bathe
Busch Gardens Williamsburg
Bushin Martial Arts Academy
Cabot Creamery Cooperative
Cahoon Plantation                                 She remembers taking care of you.
Caroline Grace Jewelry
Catani Jewelry (Cheryl Wilson)
Christopher Newport University Athletics
Cindy Warwick, Willow House Consultant
Cypress Point Golf Club
Deanna Bloomer
                                                        Now it’s                  your turn.
DeMaria’s Seafood
Desiree Rose, Pampered Chef Consultant
DeStress Express Massage Therapy
Dianne Humphries, Memory Keepers
East Coast Entertainment
Ferguson Center for the Arts
Ferguson Enterprises
Fishy Gifts and Bubbles
Fyzique Fitness Center
Hansel and Gretel’s, One of a Kind Chocolate
Hauser’s Jewelers
Hi‐Ho Silver
Jackie Stephenson, Thirty‐One Independent
Janice Bogy, Thirty‐One Independent
Jen Clarke Photography
Joe and Janice Stellute
John and Cindy Eberwine
John and Michelle Perry
Junior League of Hampton Roads,
Publications Committee
Lambert’s Point Golf Course                      Are you prepared for the
Larry Arntz, Inc.
                                                 many challenges that come          Sen or
Lawncare of Hampton Roads
Lorraine’s Spa Salon
Mandy Eberwine                                   with a ging parents? At                  Cho ce
My Gym Children’s Fitness Center
Nancy Thomas Gallery                             Senior Choice Management       Wendy K. Satchell
Newbury Bike Shop                                                                 757-746-2538
Newport News Marriott at City Center             we can help. Let our
Nicole Manyer, Scentsy Consultant                                
Nikki Camhout, Arbonne Consultant                expertise be your guide.
Noelle Pincus, Stella and Dot Consultant                            
P. Buckley Moss Society
Peninsula Town Center
Powell Home
Riverfront Golf Club                            Assessment                   Care Management            Consulting
Riverside Wellness and Fitness Center
Salsa’s Mexican Grill
                                   Tour of JLHR’s Impact
  On Saturday, April 16, 2011 Junior League of Hampton Roads members will have an opportunity to see first hand the impact JLHR
has had on the Hampton Roads Community.
  New Members, Actives, and Sustainers are invited to a special tour of past JLHR projects. We will meet at Junior League Headquarters
for a continental breakfast at 9:30 AM. There will be a quick orientation During the breakfast and we will hear from special guests
whose lives have been touched by our organization.
   Sites on the tour will include: the Peninsula Fine Arts Center - Hands On Exhibit for Children, The Virginia Living Museum,
Transitions Women’s Shelter, Peninsula Food Bank, and Downtown Hampton Child Development Center.
Members will not only see the sites first hand, but will also hear from a staff member regarding the long-term impact these past
projects have had on the community. We also hope to have Junior League site hosts on hand—-women who were involved in
each project who can tell the stories of the projects from a Leaguer prospective. The Junior League of Hampton Roads has made
a tremendous impact on the Peninsula and we hope from participating on this tour members will appreciate the legacy of our

If you are interested in attending the tour, have an idea for anothersite, or would like to be a JLHR site host please contact Eleanor
Norman,Training and Development Chair, or 757-968-3813.
                                                                                                                     -Eleanor Norman

                                                                    Leaguers in the News
                                                                     Birth Announcements
                                                                         Amanda and Sean Krems would like to announce the birth
                                                                     of their first child! Ethan Townsend Krems was born Saturday,
                                                                     March 5th at 4:00am. Weighing 9 lbs, 7 ounces and measuring
                                                                     21 inches long, he was and is a big boy!
                                                                         Cathy Westphal and her husband Michael welcomed
                                                                     their first child, a baby girl Emma Grace Westphal on February
                                                                     25th at 1:05pm. Emma weighed 8lbs 13oz and measured 20.5
                                                                     inches long. She’s a very healthy and happy baby girl!

                                                                     On the way
                                                                        Nikki Camhout and her husband Kevin Christ will be
                                                                     adopting a baby girl, Marigny, from China in May.

                                                                     Wedding News:
                                                                       Congratulations to Dawn Nelson on your recent
                                                                     marriage to Karl Edquist.

                                                                                  In Memoriam
                                                                          Our deepest sympathies are extended to
                                                                             The family of Anna Lee Abbott,
                                                                          Sustainer Emeritus, Charter Member
                                                                                     March 27, 2011.

                                 Sustainer Happenings
The Sustainers began their 2011 Spring calendar with a Luncheon and Fashion Show at the James River Country Club on Thursday
March 17th. A great group of Sustainers enjoyed a salad lunch while viewing wonderful fashions from The Dandelion in Irvington, VA.
Owner Sheila Brown provided us with an array of fashions for many different occasions. From casual and fun to cocktail and dressy
our models strutted their stuff to the delight of the Sustainers. The JLHR models who graciously volunteered their time and beauty to
make the fashions look so great were Martha Field, Sarah Huddleston, Sarah Hutchens, Carrie Karnes, Diane Koun, and Carol Taylor.
Our master of ceremonies for the day was our own Rita Potter who looked like a model herself. Rita kept the fun going by describing
each outfit the model was wearing while also providing interesting personal facts about each of our models. The Dandelion set up a
                                                                                             mini store of beautiful jewelry, purses,
                                                                                             scarves, hats, sweaters, jackets and
                                                                                             accessories that were for sale. At times
                                                                                             it looked like a feeding frenzy at the
                                                                                             booth as Sustainers jockeyed for space
                                                                                             to grab an item they had their eye on to
                                                                                                 The success of this event was due to
                                                                                                 the hard work of many Sustainers. A
                                                                                                 huge thank you to Jean Groom who
                                                                                                 stopped by The Dandelion last summer
                                                                                                 and struck up a conversation with owner
                                                                                                 Sheila. The two discussed the idea of a
                                                                                                 fashion show and Jean passed the info
                                                                                                 on to the committee. Thank you Jean for
                                                                                                 bringing this idea to life for our Sustainer
                                                                                                 group. In addition to Jean the following
                                                                                                 Sustainers made this event possible:
                                                                                                 G.G. Buxton helped coordinate the event
                                                                                                 with the country club; Rita Potter who
                                                                                                 secured the models and worked with
                                                                                                 Sheila to coordinate the outfits as well as
                                                                                                 being the master of ceremonies for the
     JLHR Fashion Show Models Martha Field, Carol Taylor, Diane Koun, Rita Potter (master of
                                                                                                 show; Sally Sue Andrews who sold raffle
     ceremonies), Sheila Brown (owner of The Dandelion), Sarah Hutchens, Sarah Huddleston, and
                                                                                                 tickets at the luncheon; and our beautiful
     Carrie Karnes show off their beautiful outfits.
                                                                                                 models Martha, Sarah, Sarah, Carrie,

Diane and Carol whose poise, confidence,
and enthusiasm made the day so much fun
for everyone. To all the Sustainers who
attended, we so appreciate your support of
the Sustainer Committee.
               Mary Johnson, Sustainer Chair

        Sustainers Diane Carr, Nancy Snyder, Diane
           Koun, Lacey Hudgins, and Midge Eason
          admire Diane’s outfit from The Dandelion.

A SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR                                                         78th Historic Garden Week
                                                                               The Huntington and Hampton Roads Garden Clubs
                                                                                             welcome you to our
                  Riverside Health System                                          2011 Historic Garden
The Austin-Decher Group at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
                                                                                       Week Tour
                                                                                                   in Hampton, Virginia
                         FRIEND                                                       Wednesday, April 20, 2011
           1st Advantage Federal Credit Union                                                10:00a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
                Donovan & Whitney Owens
                                                                           Come explore lovely homes and gardens in Historic Hampton.
         State Farm Insurance—Anne Sparkman                                         808 Park Place                        624 Bridge Street
                       Towne Bank                                                   810 Park Place                      128 Meredith Street
                Jenny Sharp-Warthan, MD                                                               132 Meredith Street
                 Virginia Health Services                                                           Tickets available at:
                     NEIGHBOR                                                              Anderson’s Home & Garden Showplace
                                                                                                       Chaffin Interiors
                       Mandy Eberwine                                                                Countryside Gardens
                      Parks Othodontics                                                              Hampton Stationery
                                                                                    Old Point National Bank, Hampton and Newport News
                     Beyond Boobs Inc!                                               Advance ticket: $25~ Single house admission: $10
                       Emily Carroll                                                                    Full ticket: $28
                     Katrina Lawrimore                                                             HOSTESSES NEEDED
                      Robert T. Mackie                                        Volunteer Hostesses receive a complimentary ticket! ($28 value)
                      Nancy C. Moore                                                           If interested, please contact:
                     Doug & Mary Perry                                               Jane Ishon 722-0301 • Sandy Parks 595-5438

                                     Compassionate care for infants,
                                       children, and adolescents
    • Oldest continuous pediatric practice on the Peninsula.                    • Saturday morning office hours for well and sick visits.
    • On-call physician 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.                          • Same day sick visits always available.
                                                        • Early walk-in sick visits.

                                            Three Locations to Better Serve You
                                                321 Main Street 757•595•0358
                                      716 Denbigh Boulevard, Building A-2 757•874•7070
                                   3055 George Washington Memorial Highway 804•642•9231

                                                          The Children’s Clinic, Ltd.
                                                               Established 1937

                                                                                                                                   non-profit org.
     2010 - 2011 Board of Directors                                                                                                  u.s. postage
 Mandy Eberwine .................................. President                                                                              paid
                                                                                                         newport news, Va
                                                                                                                                    permit no. 378
 Sam Bishop ................................ President-Elect
 Talley Williford..................... Communications VP                729-4D Thimble Shoals Blvd.
                                     Newport News, VA 23606
 Ashley Diette ...............................Community VP
 Rebecca Hurt.................................... Finance VP
 Jen Muse ........................ Fund Development VP
 Kellie Grogg ............................... Membership VP
 Jenn Devlin .......................................... Secretary
 Molly Trant ........................................... Treasurer

                  JLHR Mission
 The Junior League of Hampton Roads, Inc. is an
 organization of women committed to promoting
 voluntarism, developing the potential of women
 and improving communities through the effective
 action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its
 purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.

                    JLHR Vision
 We, the Junior League of Hampton Roads, Inc.,
 envision a diverse membership working to
 improve the quality of life for women, children, and
 families within the community through educational,
 cultural, and health initiatives.

 Editor ................................................ Jen Denton
 Advertising Sales Manager..................Jen Denton
                                                                       ACTIvITIES CALEndAR
                      JULY 2, 2011                                    • GEnERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETInGS:

                                                                             April 27—Vote on 2011-2012 Budget & Membership Requirements
        Junior League of Hampton Roads, Inc.
          729-4D Thimble Shoals Boulevard                                    May 25—Annual Dinner/Celebration
               Newport News, VA 23606
     Phone: 757-873-0281 ~ Fax: 757-873-8747                          • APRIL 23—Trot for Teal
                Web site:                                • JunE 1—Sustainer Thank You Reception
             Spring Office Hours:
       Monday thru Thursday, 9:00am-1:00pm


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