Newnan Junior Service League taking grant funding applications

The Newnan Junior Service League recently announced its leadership boards and provisional members for 2013-2014.

According to league spokesperson Casey Perkins, the provisional members include: Eileen Clements, Leslie Grabensteder, Kristin Kornegay, Cindy McDonald, Mary Elizabeth Crews, Laura Sandlin, Kimberly Garbers, Morgan Mayfield, Crystal McCullough, Janette Trahan, Lauren Ashley Prissant and Andrea Stipe.

The Newnan Junior Service League 2013-2014 Chair Board members are:

• Can-A-Thon — Ginny Lambert and Carolyn Harrison

• Christmas In Newnan — Carrie Markham

• Sponsorship — Candace Frank • Shamrock Run — Kristi Mundt and Susan Hunter

• Benefit Concert — Ami Elder and Brooke Barnes.

The Newnan Junior Service League 2013-2014 Executive Board members are: President Andrea Newton, Vice President Mandy Barrett, Secretary Shannon LaGanke, Treasurer Amber Steele, Public Relations - Casey Perkins, Provisional Chair - Becca Springfield, Cookbook - Amanda Kyzer, Placement - Michelle Parmer, and Past President Jennifer Cates.



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