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Happy 129th Birthday, Mary!

You know her as the founder of The Junior League. And it’s a remarkable story. At 19, a young New York debutante, daughter of one of the richest men in America, mobilizes a group of 80 other young women, hence the name “Junior” League, to work to improve child health, nutrition and literacy among poor immigrants living on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
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November is Inspirational Role Models Month

What bold babe lit your fire? What daring dame do you most admire? What gutsy gal changed the way you see the world? What lioness’s legacy do you find most inspiring? Who do you think is the world’s most phenomenal female? What woman’s living the dream you have for yourself?

Are you there yet?

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Making A Difference: Kay Hagan

Kay Hagan knows that you do not make a difference standing on the sideline. And she thanks her experience with the Junior League for teaching her the skills necessary to become a US Senator.

Kay goes to work every day focused solely on what is best for North Carolina – building on what works, eliminating what doesn’t. She has earned a reputation as a no-nonsense legislator who knows good ideas do not come with a party label

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