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The National Charity League Celebrates 2015 Senior ‘Ticktockers’

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The National Charity League, Inc., Pasadena Area Chapter celebrated the 2015 Senior Ticktockers at the Rose Gala Presentation Ball at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles on Friday, June 19, 2015. Over 275 guests shared in the formal presentation of 16 Senior Ticktockers to friends and family in the Biltmore’s beautiful Crystal Ballroom. Each Ticktocker graciously swept around the ballroom on the arm of her father while the orchestra played a song selected by each girl. After a group curtsy from the ballroom’s balconies, the Presentees joined their fathers on the dance floor for the traditional father-daughter waltz. A memorable evening of dinner and dancing followed, with music provided by Wayne Foster Orchestra.

These senior girls were recognized for their six years of NCL community service in the Pasadena area and their commitment to leadership. “Our Chapter is extremely proud of our 2015 Senior Presentees and inspired by their committed volunteer service in the Pasadena area over the past six years,” said NCL Pasadena President Kelly Diehl. “It has been an honor and a blessing getting to know these girls over the years who are now a wonderful group of accomplished, poised and compassionate young women. We know they will continue to make a difference and wish each of them much success and happiness in the future.”

The National Charity League, Inc, Pasadena Area Chapter’s mission is to foster Mother-Daughter relationships in a philanthropic organization committed to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences. National Charity League, Inc., Pasadena Area Chapter was founded in 1998. Today the Chapter has more than 440 members, serves 19 local philanthropies, and contributed over 18,700 hours last year local philanthropies in the Pasadena area. For more information, please visit www.nclpasadena.org.

 

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