July is officially here, which means there's a brand new issue of Little Rock Soirée to dive into.
The July cover features Noel Mabry, a longtime volunteer with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation who was diagnosed with CF when she was 14. Inside the new issue, Mabry discusses her passion for CFF and how CFF is looking toward the future. The July issue also spotlights the women behind Trust Tree, a nonprofit that helps girls build confidence through art, rainbows and rock 'n' roll.
The new issue also checks in with local restaurant owners to learn how COVID-19 has affected grand openings and what we can expect in the near future. In addition, Garbo Hearne, director of Pyramid Art, Books and Custom Framing, shares 12 books that help to shed light on the current state of race in America, looking at how we got here and a path forward.
The issue also introduces local financial planners to help you achieve your financial goals, shares tips for creating a bedtime environment that reduces stress rather than adds to it and gives readers ideas for creating their own al fresco dining experience. And of course, the new issue features all the regularly scheduled programming you've come to love, including nonprofit news, the July Edit and a summer style report.
Sit back, grab your beverage of choice and settle into the digital edition of our new issue.