Lone Star Chapter of National Charity League hosts 2021 Senior Presentation

Front row, from left: Hope Wilding, Maegan Smart, Berkeley Ramos, Raney Phillips, Piper Sosa, Caroline Sharp, Olivia Lewis; 2nd Row: Caroline Bloom Madison James, Hannah Jungels, Kendall Bayes, Mary Margeret White; 3rd Row: Meredith Almy, Rylee Wicker, Rachel Ross; 4th Row: Mia Spear, Lexi Childs, Grace Jacobson, Avery Reid; 5th Row: Chloe Holliman, Callie Jordan, Sophia Bailey, Emma Parr; 6th Row: Brenna Mcilwain, Laney Holland, Emmy Wade, Kaitlin Vavrik. Photo by Asenath Yarbrough Photography.

ROCKWALL, TX – April 21, 2021 – On March 27, the Lone Star Chapter of National Charity League, Inc. honored the members of the graduating class of 2021 for their successful completion of the NCL experience and requirements along with their commitment to the organization and the community. The 27 members represent the following high schools: Churchill Fulshear High School, Ford High School, Rockwall High School, and Rockwall-Heath High School.



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. In addition, the ceremony included sentiments from their class president, the president of the NCL Lone Star Chapter, as well as a video presentation with a message from each member. Senior Presentation is a time-honored tradition which serves as the finale to six years of learning and charitable endeavors.

NCL is a nonprofit 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 272 chapters spread across 27 states and comprising 200,000 members. The Lone Star chapter was chartered in 1983 as the first chapter in the state of Texas and has 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 contributed 8,434 hours to Rockwall County philanthropies during their six years as members.

Submitted press release, edited for publication in Blue Ribbon News. 




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