COAST CITIES — The Surf Cities Chapter of the National Charity League honored 22 special young women May 12 at La Costa Resort for its Senior Presents.The graduating seniors have devoted six years of volunteer service to the NCL Chapter and local North County charities.
This year’s graduating class includes Kenya Caines, Elise Foote, Katherine Coats, Danielle Arman, Courtney Utsler, Caitlin Zirpolo, Hailey Willingham, McKenna Aiello Anna Chappell, Lauren Cassell, Tara McQueen, Madison Finnerty, Julia Heyman, Alexandra Nordon, Alesandra Madurowicz, Lauren Hallner, Molly Mauldin, Katherine Hee, Emily Maxwell, Natalie Bausback, Shannon Snowden and Amelia Summers
Working with their mothers, they have contiributed to Meals on Wheels, Operation Homefront, San Diego Botanic Gardens, Rancho Coastal Humane Society, Sunrise Assisted Living, Community Resource Center, city of Carlsbad, and the S.N.A.P. Neuter Scooter.
The 22 Surf Cities NCL Ticktockers are all graduating seniors for North County High schools including Carlsbad High School, Canyon Crest Academy High School, La Costa Canyon High School, and San Dieguito Academy High School.
National Charity League, Inc. is a mother-daughter organization dedicated to serving local philanthropies while fostering the mother-daughter relationship. During the six-year program, the mother and daughters participate in philanthropic work, educational activities, leadership development, and cultural enrichment.
Jean Gillette is the Community News editor for The Coast News Group. As a journalist, she primarily worked in San Clemente and Los Angeles. She has been with the Coast News for 20 years and lives in La Costa.