National Charity League, Inc., Star Chapter Honors Senior Class

Star Chapter

Pictured are: Front row – left to right Kaycee Swierc, Sarah-Kate Fowler, Caroline Black, Sarah Roberts, Cassidy Lovett, Anna Miller, Christine Butterfield, Kaitlin Everhard Back row – left to right Taylor Watson, Dana Barker, Sarah Staines, Kaylee Buchanan, MacShayne Walpole-Molinar, Stefanie Chang, Cydney Varner, Brenna Smith, Cami Squires, Claire Sullivan. Photography by Nikki Guest

On Sunday, January 17, National Charity League, Inc., Star Chapter (NCL, Inc.) will honor members of its graduating class at the chapter’s Class of 2016 Senior Recognition and Presentation. The black-tie affair will take place at the Sugar Land Marriott Town Square beginning at 6:30 p.m. At the event, the 18 young ladies, known as Ticktockers, will be honored for their service to the community, which included volunteering more than 3,000 hours at local philanthropies over the last six years.

“It has been a pleasure to watch these girls grow into confident, young adults ready to embrace the world,” said NCL, Inc., Star Chapter President Mary Kay Yu. “We congratulate them on their accomplishments and are excited to see what the next chapter will bring for each of them.”

About National Charity League, Inc., Star Chapter NCL, Inc., Star Chapter currently has 292 members and provides hands-on volunteer service for 29 philanthropic organizations in the local community. Among these philanthropies are the Westview School; the food pantry and resale shop of Katy Christian Ministries; Citizens for Animal Protection; Society of St. Stephen – Home Delivered Meals; American Red Cross, Fulshear/Simonton Library; Willow River Farms; Special Olympics of Texas; Project Linus; Fort Bend Women’s Center and Ballard House. Members are women and their daughters in 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 activities. Motherdaughter teams nationwide are responsible, dedicated, skilled volunteers actively engaged in local community work in 23 states across the country. To date, there are more than 200 Chapters, four of which are in Katy.

About National Charity League, Inc. Established in Los Angeles, California in 1925, and incorporated in 1958, NCL, Inc. is the premier mother-daughter organization of women and their daughters in grades 7-12. Currently the membership organization has 55,000 members in more than 200 Chapters that thrive in 23 states. For more information, visit the website at www.nationalcharityleague.org to find a chapter in your area.