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Purchase your ticket for the 2014 Women of Distinction Luncheon
in New Orleans on November 7

All luncheon guests will receive this limited edition 16 x 20 Terrance Osborne print!

All luncheon guests will receive this limited edition 16 x 20 Terrance Osborne print!

Girl Scout alumnae, volunteers, and friends of Girl Scouting are invited to attend Girl Scouts Louisiana East’s 2014 Women of Distinction Awards Luncheon presented by Winn-Dixie on Friday, November 7, from 12 to 1 p.m. at the Audubon Tea Room in New Orleans with a VIP Champagne reception beginning at 11 a.m. Event chairs are Elizabeth Stoner and Stephanie Osborne, and Master of ceremonies is Brett Bauman. Archbishop Gregory Aymond will give the invocation.

Sponsors include: Winn Dixie, Platinum Sponsor; Albemarle Foundation, The Gayle and Tom Benson Charitable Foundation, Valero, Gold Sponsors; First NBC Bank, Peoples Health, Silver Sponsors; Linda Law Clark; Dr. Walter M. Kimbrough, President, Dillard University; Louisiana Lottery; Northwestern Mutual Financial; Total Graphics & Printing, Whitney Bank, Bronze Sponsors. Click here for sponsorship opportunities available.

Tickets are $50 per person for the luncheon, or $75 for champagne reception and luncheon. A reserve table of 10 for the reception and luncheon is $750. All proceeds are going to support the Girl Scout Leadership Experience in southeast Louisiana. Click here to purchase your tickets online.

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The 2014 Women of Distinction include: Kiki Baker Barnes, Director of Athletics, Dillard University; Gayle Benson, Philanthropist and Wife of New Orleans Saints and New Orleans Pelicans owner Tom Benson; Mionne LaShe Gooch, Nuclear Field Electrician’s Mate First Class (SW), United States Navy; and Sally-Ann Roberts, Co-Anchor, WWL-TV, and Co-Founder, Each One Save One. The 2014 Women of Distinction are nominated from across the council’s 23-parish jurisdiction, and selected based on their remarkable achievements as business, community and civic leaders dedicated to supporting leadership opportunities for girls.

Not every Woman of Distinction was a Girl Scout growing up, but each one has been dedicated to making our community a better place, demonstrating Girl Scout values in all she does.

 

 

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