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Lone Star Chapter of the National Charity League honors its graduates

Back row, from left: Gabriella Spear, Kate Baker, Claire Bridges, Natalie Farrington, Isabelle Fleming, Berkley Adams, Kate Dunbar, Anna Deren, Kate Pierce, Kylee Adams, Libby Kirk, Molly Kate Evans, Kayla Cook, Audrey Maxson. Front row, from left: Emily Fields, Isabella Gonzalez, Jacey May Grand-Lienard, Macy Kay Wilkerson, Olivia Britt, Riley Holland, Kara Taylor, Caroline Burton, Emily Blase, Elizabeth Pickell. Not pictured: Reagan Potts

(ROCKWALL, TX – March 2, 2018) On February 24, the Lone Star Chapter of National Charity League, Inc. (NCL) honored the members of the graduating class of 2018 for their successful completion of the NCL experience and requirements along with their commitment to the organization and the community.

Highlights of the celebratory formal event, which was held at the Omni Dallas Hotel, included individual presentation of each girl and her accomplishments, dinner and dancing, complete with the father-daughter waltz.  Senior Presentation is a time-honored tradition which serves as the finale to six years of learning and charitable endeavors.

NCL is a non-profit organization comprised of mothers and daughters, with membership beginning when the girls are in seventh grade and continuing through their senior year in high school.  Currently, there are 247 chapters spread across 26 states and comprised of 65,000 members.  The Lone Star chapter was chartered in 1983 as the first chapter in the state of Texas and has close to 300 members.  The mission of NCL is to foster mother-daughter relationships in a philanthropic organization committed to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences.  The program facilitates sharing the joy of helping others, participation in meaningful activities and friendship, while growing together.  The young women of this class, along with their mothers, have collectively given 6400 hours to Rockwall County philanthropies during their tenure.

Story and photo submitted by Anne Wester.

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