NCL Temecula Valley recognizes its graduating seniors


Last updated 5/3/2019 at 1:10am

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The NCL Inc. Temecula Valley Chapter recognizes its 2019 senior class, including in the top row from left, Leslie Reider, Gracie Bowers, Elizabeth Richter, Devyn Cope, Randalyn Hunter, Elle White, Kennedy Rodda, Mackenzie Clemens, Claire Regan and Madeline Milby and in the bottom row from left, Eva Grossman, Katie Bowman, Mariah Pena, Cambrie Traver, Nyah Nguyen, Abby Uhler and Brooke Kale.

TEMECULA – "Perfect! Didn't Expect This! Over the Top! Flawless! Fun! Memorable! 'Oh, the Places We'll Go!'"

All of these words were said the night of Thursday, March 21, at Pechanga Casino Resort at National Charity League Inc. Temecula Valley Chapter's Senior Recognition Presentation, celebrating the accomplishments of their Ticktocker class of 2019. The 2019 Senior Recognition was also a milestone for the Temecula Valley Chapter as it is their first class to complete the entire six-year NCL Inc. experience. 

Lora Sexton, NCL District 6 philanthropy specialist, was master of ceremonies for a travel-themed evening.

The Ticktockers served many volunteer hours over the years to the Temecula and Murrieta communities, all while maintaining good grades, participating in varsity sports, ASB and other clubs and serving in leadership programs and at churches. The teens spoke about the importance of family and giving back to their communities, and they played voice-over thank you letters written to their mothers and danced a waltz with their fathers to "I Won't Give Up" and also a salsa to "Suavemente."

The 250 attendees enjoyed photo booths, recording memories with their friends and family, and made contributions to a silent auction. The proceeds will support the organization's college scholarships for students in the community.

"It was a magical evening celebrating these beautiful, kind, service-hearted leaders. Our chapter is so proud of our 2019 Ticktockers," Jensiene Koperek, Temecula Valley chapter president, said.

National Charity League Inc. Temecula Valley Chapter currently has close to 250 members and provides hands-on volunteer service for 16 philanthropic organizations in the Temecula and Murrieta communities. Members are mothers as Patronesses and their daughters as Ticktockers in grades 7-12. Through the chapters foundation pillars of community service, leadership development and cultural experiences.

Established in Los Angeles in 1925 and incorporated in 1958, National Charity League Inc. is the premier mother-daughter organization of women and their daughters. Currently the membership organization has 70,000 members in 259 chapters that thrive in 27 states.

Submitted by NCL Inc. Temecula Valley chapter.

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Founding President Jackie Hunter, past Presidents Juliet Grossman and Jennifer Nguyen and current President Jensiene Koperek.


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