Throwback Thursday Winter Ball

For our first Throwback Thursday post, we would like to reflect on a fabulous and glamorous event that occurs annually…Winter Ball! This year marked the 65th NYJL Winter Ball and brought together volunteers, family, and friends to honor recipients of the Outstanding Sustainer and Outstanding Volunteer awards, the NYJL’s highest honors.

These awards are longstanding traditions: since 1952, five Active volunteers — and beginning in 1962, one Sustainer, and in 2004, two Sustainers — have been selected each year to receive this prestigious honor.

An Outstanding Volunteer is defined as someone who leads by example, encourages, motivates, and mentors. She is a team player, respectful of others, and a role model. An Outstanding Volunteer has a passion for the NYJL, furthers the Mission of the organization, and has gone above and beyond the call of duty in her volunteer work.

Congratulations to our award recipients 20 years ago and to those today!

Winter Ball 1997: (L-R) Judith Jorgensen, Marion McNeely, Courtenay Hardy, President Peggy Anne Dineen, Joan Benham, Gale Kroeger and Ellen Cromack

Winter Ball 2017: (L-R) President Suzanne Manning, Anne Watters Westpheling, Hilary McNamara, Megan Hauck, Lucretia Gilbert, Pamela Robbins Arcilla, Anne Bahr Thompson, Zoe Stolbun, Mistress of Ceremonies Katia Beauchamp

Strengthening the families of the greater New York area.

The New York Junior League is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.

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