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National Charity League celebrates class of 2013

The National Charity League celebrated the class of 2013 during the annual ‘Senior Celebration’ in May. The group has performed 2,471 hours of service over six years. - Contributed Photo
The National Charity League celebrated the class of 2013 during the annual ‘Senior Celebration’ in May. The group has performed 2,471 hours of service over six years.
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The Evergreen Chapter of the National Charity League honored the community service and leadership contributions of its graduating class at the chapter’s annual senior celebration last month.

During their six years of involvement with NCL, from seventh to 12th grades, the class of 2013 collectively performed 2,471 philanthropy hours in service to charitable organizations in King County and surrounding areas.

The National Charity League is the nation’s most distinctive and well-respected mother-daughter membership organization. Its mission is to foster the mother-daughter relationship as part of a philanthropic organization committed to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences.

The class of 2013 seniors are: Caroline Carfi, Abby Elggren, Lauren Emick, Adrienne Emick, Alicia Faison, Christine Haggerty, Caitlin Hutt, Alexandra Jones, Anne Kaye-Jewett, Erika Carlson, Maddie Larkin, Callie Mayer, Madi Mitchell, Stephanie Nicholson, Maddie Oaks, Morgan Paige, Madison Pollastro, Madison Roodman, Lark Ruesch, Grace Wold, Madeline Wood and Raegan Young.

 

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