Members of the Junior League of Los Angeles and friends enjoyed a glittering night of cocktails, dancing, and casino-themed games at the organization’s annual Casino Angeleno fundraiser at the Alexandria Ballrooms in Downtown Los Angeles. Guests came dressed to kill at the James Bond 007-themed fete.
The night was made extra special by the fact that the JLLA is celebrating its 90th anniversary.
The Junior League provides volunteers and funding to other local nonprofit agencies for the benefit and enrichment of the Los Angeles community. The proceeds raised from Casino Angeleno will support the JLLA mission of promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women and improving the community.
The Junior League of Los Angeles has called Larchmont home since 1995. Its headquarters is a two-story French Regency building on Larchmont Blvd. known as Rainey House and named for the late longtime Hancock Park resident Marjorie Hamlin Rainey.