Posted by liserickson | Feb 27th, 2013
JUNIOR LEAGUE SUSTAINING MEMBER NAMED ‘WOMAN OF INFLUENCE’
Leah Putney Rodenberg honored by Corridor Business Journal
CEDAR RAPIDS – Corridor Business Journal’s annual list of Women of Influence includes Junior League of Cedar Rapids (JLCR) sustaining member and former JLCR President Leah Putney Rodenberg. Rodenberg serves as a program manager (Iowa and Minnesota) with the Alliant Energy Foundation.
Posted by Ann Tiernan | Sep 21st, 2012
CEDAR RAPIDS – Corridor Business Journal’s annual list of 40 community contributors under the age of 40 again includes multiple Junior League of Cedar Rapids (JLCR) members. This year’s honorees with JLCR connections include Cristiane AbouAssaly (Marion), Molly Baynes (Cedar Rapids), and Megan Moran (Marion).
“Naturally, we’re proud of the members who were selected to CBJ’s 40 Under 40,” JLCR President...
Posted by Cari Foss | Sep 28th, 2010
Three Junior League of Cedar Rapids (JLCR) members have received Forty Under 40 awards.
Jennifer Higgins-Bleil, Kristin Roberts, and Laurie Wahlert were selected from a record number of nominations for the annual Corridor Business Journal award. The Corridor Business Journal Forty Under 40 awards recognize local men and women who have made a significant impact in their business or community early in their careers.
Posted by Cari Foss | Aug 24th, 2010
Junior League of Cedar Rapids (JLCR) member Molly Baynes has been selected as one of the city’s emerging and existing leaders to participate in the Leadership for Five Seasons program.
Leadership for Five Seasons, a program sponsored by the Cedar Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce, is designed to prepare participants to be community trustees. The goal of the program is to supply the Cedar Rapids community with...
Posted by Kati Davis | Jun 9th, 2010
The Junior League of Cedar Rapids (JLCR) is honored to have been awarded one of the Corridor Business Journal’s Nonprofit Innovation Awards. JLCR was selected as the winner in the Brand Identity/Unique Marketing Campaign category that assesses an organization’s ability to attract volunteers, sponsors and clients. JLCR received the award for promotional efforts for the Ladies Titan Tire Challenge (LTTC),...
Posted by Kati Davis | Apr 27th, 2010
JLCR was presented with the Volunteer of the Year Award by The Arc of East Central Iowa last night! We’re grateful for the award and are even more excited about having been able to work with all the wonderful people at the Arc this last year to rebuild the expressive arts studio after the flood.
See photos from JLCR volunteering with the Arc: