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High Hat Tea ‘10: good friends, tasty food and a great time!

High Hat Tea ‘10: good friends, tasty food and a great time!

JRF | Apr 23 2010 |

This year’s High Hat Tea had JRF’s highest attendance record yet for this event! The turn out as well as all of the generous donations received for the JRF scholarship fund could not be more pleasing!

Keeping with tradition, JRF invited guests to wear a hat of their choosing. Unlike previous years, however, a hat parade was held to award those guests with the most creative head pieces. Four judges were chosen, and throughout the event, walked around handing various guests an invitation to walk in the parade. At it’s conclusion, the six best hats were awarded with a pound of freshly ground, Jittery Joe’s coffee.

And the winners were…

Janice Emery for Smallest Hat
Russell Edwards for Tallest Hat
Pat Holmes for Best Vintage Hat
The Nairn Family for Most Coordinated Family
Josh Glasser for Most Daring Hat
BB Webb for Most Imaginative Hat

Once again, JRF would like to thank all of those who attended, and invite anyone who did not get the chance this year to attend next year’s High Hat Tea!

For those of you who did attend, JRF invites you to fill out the survey below to help make next year’s event even better!

Click here to take survey

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Make your reservation for the High Hat Tea

Make your reservation for the High Hat Tea

JRF | Mar 30 2010 |

Join us at JRF’s High Hat Tea Party on Sunday, April 18th. This fun event features a silent auction, live auction, and games for kids. In keeping with tradition, guests are encouraged to wear hats. In fact, prizes will be awarded for the most fanciful, elegant and outrageous hats!

This year’s Tea will be at the State Botanical Garden in the Garden Club of Georgia’s Terrace Room. Space is filling up! We can’t take any more reserved seats, but make sure to RSVP for $20 general reservations. Children are free.

Make your reservation today: http://www.rankinfoundation.org/events/details/9/2010-04-18

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A beautiful, hand-made quilt

A beautiful, hand-made quilt

JRF | Mar 16 2010 |

It’s the perfect gift for that lucky couple having a Summer wedding, for that friend who has everything or a great piece for your own home! To see pictures click on “Learn More” at the bottom of this post. Fits a Queen/King bed.

Drawing will be held on April 18, 2010 at the State Botanical Garden, Terrace Room. Online raffle tickets sales are closed, but you can still come to the Tea on Sunday to buy them.

Ticket pricing:

$5 per ticket OR
5 tickets – $20 (save $5)
15 tickets – $50 (save $25)
35 tickets – $100 (save $75)

Tickets sales benefit low-income women, changing their lives through education. So, take advantage of the price breaks and get some extra tickets!

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JRF Scholar Mimi Daniel included in ASUA Art Show

JRF Scholar Mimi Daniel included in ASUA Art Show

JRF | Mar 15 2010 |

JRF is proud to announce, that current scholar Mimi Daniel has recently been highlighted for her artwork by the University of Arizona art club, FACE.

Mimi is a single-parent, an art teacher at a local Arizona elementary school, as well as a full-time BFA 3D student at the University of Arizona. “As a Christian artist, she attempts to envelop her faith, her love of her children, and her interest in whimsy, literature, and her Irish heritage into her art.” Mimi’s work has been included in a juried show, The Four Seasons , in Tucson, Arizona.

Although Mimi had multiple works showcased, her piece chosen by a panel of judges to be in the art show has already sold – Congratulations, Mimi!

Visit http://face-uofa.com/Mimi-Daniel.php to see some of Mimi’s work.

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Scholar submits inspirational video

Scholar submits inspirational video

JRF | Mar 13 2010 |

Patty Helsing is a JRF scholar who received the award from 2007 – 2009. Click “Learn More” to see her video. In it, she describes how the Jeannette Rankin scholarship has impacted her life.

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