On Friday, November 2, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans, we invite you to celebrate 100 years of leadership at our Centennial Luncheon. It's guaranteed to be a festive afternoon of deserved recognition, fabulous food, and much more.
Girl Scouts Louisiana East is celebrating 100 years of leadership at its Centennial Luncheon on Friday, November 2, beginning at 12 p.m. with a pre-luncheon champagne reception at 11 a.m., at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans. Jenna Bush Hager, daughter of former President George W. and Laura Bush and a Today show correspondent, is keynote speaker, and New Orleans City Council Vice President and Girl Scout alumna Jacquelyn Brechtel Clarkson will serve as honorary chair. New Orleans Archbishop Gregory Aymond will give the invocation, and Kelder Summer-Jones will serve as mistress of ceremonies.
During this prestigious event, we will honor Past Presidents of legacy councils, Audubon and Southeast Louisiana, and Girl Scouts Louisiana East. Inductees into the inaugural Women of Distinction class are:
Margaret Jo Borland Beckwith
Jacquelyn S. Daniels
Karen St. Cyr
Ann Forte Trappey
Margie Loud Zeno
Luncheon tickets are $100 each. Luncheon and pre-luncheon champagne reception tickets are $150.
We are, also, seeking corporate and individual sponsors. To reserve or sponsor a table, please contact Cerise McClendon at 504-355-5875 or (800) 644-7571, ext. 2222.
$5,000 Girl Scout Cadette Sponsor - Presenting sponsorship of luncheon, Media recognition, Signage in luncheon program, Verbal Recognition at luncheon, Admission for 20 to pre-luncheon champagne reception, Two reserved tables of ten at luncheon
$3,500 Girl Scout Brownie Sponsor - Media Recognition, Signage in luncheon program, Verbal recognition at luncheon, Admission for 10 to pre-luncheon champagne reception, Reserved table of 10 at luncheon
$2,000 Girl Scout Daisy Sponsor - Signage in luncheon program, Verbal recognition at luncheon, Admission for 10 to pre-luncheon champagne reception, Reserved table of 10 at luncheon
$1,000 - a reserved table of 10, Verbal recognition at luncheon