Ticket sales and tips are open for Junior League of Lansing’s annual Lunch With League, Celebrity Server Challenge

LANSING, Mich.—Ticket sales and tips are open for the most eagerly anticipated celebrity server challenge of the year—the Junior League of Lansing’s annual Lunch With League.

The public is invited to join the fun by purchasing a ticket to the event or providing a monetary tip to their favorite celebrity server, choosing from a roster of prominent Lansing community and business leaders, including Lansing Mayor Andy Schor. The event will take place on November 8, 2018 at the University Club of Michigan State University. The event is being sponsored by the University Club of MSU, AF Group, Coldwell Banker Hubbell Briarwood, Foster Swift, Michigan State University Federal Credit Union and VisionCare Associates.

To give tips, buy tickets to the lunch or view a complete list of this year’s celebrity servers, go to the Lunch With League page.

This year’s celebrity servers and their business affiliations are (in alphabetical order): Whitney Anderson-Harrell, Michigan State University Federal Credit Union; Megan Doyle-Busque, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices; Lori Fuller, Coldwell Banker Hubbell Briarwood Realty; Michelle Gimbutis, The Barre Code; Karen Grannemann, University Club of MSU; Cliff Haka, MSU Libraries; Hillary Henderson, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices; Steve Japinga, Lansing Regional Chamber; Gabrielle Johnson Lawrence, Lansing School District board member and attorney at Shae Aiello Litigation firm; Maggie Louks, AF Group; Susan Lupo, VisionCare Associates; Michelle Massey, Dewpoint; Scott Norman, Physicians Health Plan; Lieutenant Lisa Rish, Michigan State Police; Rocco Rucinski, PNC Wealth Management; Mayor Andy Schor, City of Lansing; Ryan Sebolt, Ingham County Commissioner, District 2; Jessica Tramontana, Martin Waymire; and Dana Zecchino, Coldwell Banker Hubbell Briarwood Realty.

Online ticket sales conclude at midnight on Sunday, November 4. Tips will be accepted through midnight on Wednesday, November 7, with final tips given in person at the November 8 lunch.

The Lunch With League event is organized by JLL members. JLL has been raising dollars to meet essential needs in the greater Lansing area for 87 years to continue its mission to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and improve the community through the effective use of trained volunteers.

For more information about the Junior League of Lansing, please visit www.jllansing.org.


Natasha Roberson, Marketing Chair, jllansingpr@jllansing.org or 517.410.8340
Stacy Bogard, Communications Vice President, communications@jllansing.org or 517.896.1771
Laura Stoken, Day-of Coordinator, jess1lm@yahoo.com or 517.404.9738