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National Charity League Inc., Murrieta-Temecula Chapter honors its 2019 high school seniors at senior recognition ceremony

 

Last updated 5/30/2019 at 10:34pm

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National Charity League Inc., Murrieta-Temecula Chapter honors its graduating Ticktocker class, including from left, Hannah Holland, Lauria McShane, Brittany Licitra, Sophia Licitra, Kailey Johnson, Kelsey Waite and Cadence Pinkerton.

TEMECULA – The Murrieta-Temecula Chapter of the National Charity League Inc. celebrated its annual Senior Recognition Ceremony Sunday, May 19, at Canyon Lake Lodge.

The special event honored the achievements and celebrate the hundreds of volunteer hours served by the chapter's seven high school seniors. The senior class members are Hannah Holland, Lauria McShane, Brittany Licitra, Sophia Licitra, Kailey Johnson, Kelsey Waite and Cadence Pinkerton. The senior class members attend high schools in Murrieta and Temecula, including Vista Murrieta High School, Great Oak High School and Julian Charter School.

The theme of this year's ceremony is "Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself." In addition to honoring the chapter's graduating seniors, the event will also recognize members from all grade levels who have demonstrated outstanding achievements and philanthropic service. Awards include the "Hourglass Award" for members serving over 100 hours in philanthropy and the "Modelette Award," an award given to a member from each grade level who best models the community service, leadership development and cultural experiences pillars of the NCL Inc. mission.

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The graduating Ticktockers from National Charity League's Murrieta-Temecula Chapter, from left, Kailey Johnson, Hannah Holland, Lauria McShane, Cadence Pinkerton, Brittany Licitra, Sophia Licitra and Kelsey Waite celebrate completing six years of community service, leadership development and cultural experiences at a recognition ceremony, May 19.

National Charity League Inc., Murrieta-Temecula Chapter currently has 163 members and provides hands-on volunteer service for nine philanthropic organizations in the community. Members are women and their daughters, grades 7-12. Through this community service, NCL, Inc. develops socially responsible community leaders and strengthens the mother-daughter relationship. The traditional six year core program also includes leadership development and cultural experiences. Mother-daughter teams nationwide are responsible, dedicated, skilled volunteers actively engaged in local community work in 26 states across the country. To date, there are more than 235 chapters, 84 of which are in California. For more information about the NCL Inc., Murrieta-Temecula Chapter, visit http://www.murrietatemecula.nationalcharityleague.org.

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 in grades 7-12. Currently the membership organization has 63,000 members in more than 235 chapters that thrive in 26 states nationwide. Having grown by 65% in the past decade, those members contributed 1.5 million volunteer hours to more than 3,000 local philanthropy partners last year alone. For more information or for alumni interested in reconnecting, visit the website at http://www.nationalcharityleague.org to find a chapter.

Submitted by National Charity League Inc., Murrieta-Temecula Chapter.

 

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