The Junior League of Daytona Beach celebrated the grand reopening of its office building in downtown Daytona Beach with a ribbon-cutting hosted by the Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce on May 22.
The League’s annual meeting, including the induction of a new board of directors and the announcement of upcoming initiatives, followed the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The League’s building suffered extensive damage during Hurricanes Ian and Nicole.
The bottom floor underwent a full remodel, creating a dedicated office, conference room and meeting spaces; windows were repaired; the roof was replaced; new flooring was installed; new air conditioning units were put in; and the building was repainted inside and out.
The JLDB also created a large area for its diaper bank, which has distributed more than 600,000 diapers to families in need.
“We are beyond excited to reopen our building," said Kelly Marple, Junior League of Daytona Beach president. "After what has been a true labor of love, we’ve created a space where we can come together to fulfill our mission of bettering this community we love."