Photo courtesy of Mike Lewis Photography
Back row L to R: Logan Staab, Kayley Pueblo, Sarah Roach, Madison Benvegnu, Lauren Ash, Elise Branscum, Laura Bowman, Hannah Holloway, Jennifer Janicki, Olivia Gould
Middle row L to R: Lauren Peek, Jade Parker, Jessica Musser, Abby Monhollen, Kelsey Kulaga, Grace Lynch, Stephanie Kelly, Laura Lucart, Carlee Green, Katie Flamm, Haley Folkes, Cassidy Edwards, Lindsey Dzura
Front row L to R: Olivia Shimkus, Anne Fulghum
The National Charity League, Inc., Colleyville Area Chapter, recently honored 25 graduating seniors at the annual Senior Recognition banquet held at the Hurst Conference Center on April 7.
Wearing long black evening gowns, the honorees were escorted by their parents in the chapter's Senior Presentation. The 25 Ticktockers, the designation given to younger members of the national mother-daughter organization, were recognized for their six-year commitment to community service, leadership development and cultural activities. The group of seniors volunteered more than 4,000 hours in the local community during their six years as Ticktockers.
Jane Clark and Terese Defore co-chaired the event, which featured a vintage theme of Tiffany blue and white.
Presenters for the evening were Marian Embry and Amy Redfearn.
Assisting on the committee were Kristen Fanning, Deana Pueblo, Shelly Brandt, Corinne Luevano, Katherine Uselton, Lanell Hadley and Tracey Shuck. Christine Neill serves as VP of Patroness Activities, and Julie Glenn serves as the organization's President.
Story courtesy of Joy Prochera, NCL Colleyville Chapter