The Junior League of Tuscaloosa has teamed up with Session Cocktail and Spirits for Cocktails for a Cause for the month of May. Just saying cocktails for a cause has my attention. Seriously, a nice drink that helps supports the community. I am here for it.

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There are more than 200 active women members in the Junior League of Tuscaloosa organization. They are an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving the communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.”

Cheers to Session for supporting the Cocktails for a Cause for the Tulips & Juleps series for the Junior League of Tuscaloosa. “Proceeds from each cocktail will go directly to JLT, which is an organization with more than 200 women as active members committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.”

Session is a really neat spot. It is focused on “pre-prohibition and modern classic cocktails in a non-smoking environment.” If you check out the Session Instagram page, the cocktails are like works of art. With each sip, you can tell the drinks are crafted to perfection.

Your cocktail purchase this May at Session will assist in opportunities for the Junior League of Tuscaloosa in our communities. The emphasis is on literacy, empowering women and children right here in Tuscaloosa.

During May, make sure you make your way down to Session at 2221 University Boulevard, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401. Cocktail for a Cause at Session runs from May 1 through May 31, 2021.

(Source) Click here for more about Cocktails for a Cause with the Junior League of Tuscaloosa. Click here for more about Session.

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