National Charity League to Recognize 27 Young Women
Apr 27, 2015 09:14AM
● Published by Amy
Photo: Stacy Bratton Photography Front: Gracie Lanham, Megi Hall, Channing Braun, Cheylee Weigel, Nikki Spuria, Jaden Curreri, Grace Unruh Middle: Emily Collins, Casey Rose, Allie Miller, Kaylon McKelvey, Meredith Havens, Brooke Hottois, Emily Ryniak, Molly Rubac, Laura Tovey Back: Megan Lee, Katie McKinney, Natalie Mladenovic, Kelsey Walter, Madison Donohue, Alyssa Eubank, Alexa Kraemer, Aspen Reid, Christina Wettig, Hannah Smith, Tori Tew
Twenty-seven young women from the graduating class of 2015 have been recognized for their involvement and time in the National Charity League, Southlake Chapter. National Charity League is a mother/daughter philanthropic organization that spans a six-year membership (7th -12th grade) in which girls participate in volunteerism, leadership and cultural activities.
A formal celebration at the Hilton Southlake Town Square will take place in late May highlighting the girls’ involvement in the above activities. The evening will include a presentation, dinner, father/daughter dance and college announcements.
Deanna Eubank and Cathy Lee have chaired the event, which is themed Home is Where the Heart Is. Other important individuals involved with the ceremony include; the mistress of ceremonies, Cathy Evans Moore (CISD teacher and NCL Member); Senior Class President, Brooke Hottois; and NCL Southlake Chapter President, Colleen Monroe.
The senior girls being honored include; Channing Braun, Emily Collins, Jaden Curreri, Madison Donohue, Alyssa Eubank, Megi Hall, Meredith Havens, Brooke Hottois, Alexa Kramer, Gracie Lanham, Megan Lee, Kaylon McKelvey, Katie McKinney, Natalie Mladenovic, Allie Miller, Aspen Reid, Casey Rose, Molly Rubac, Emily Ryniak, Hannah Smith, Nikki Spuria, Tori Tew, Laura Tovey, Grace Unruh, Kelsey Walter, Cheylee Weigal and Christina Wettig.
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