Congratulations to the 21 Ticktockers who were presented as the National Charity League Highland chapter’s senior class. On Jan. 25, fathers escorted their daughters during Senior Recognition at 7000 Park Lane.
This chapter includes mother and daughter members from Highland Park, University Park, Greenway Parks, West Highland Park, and Bluffview/Devonshire.
In addition to participating in mother-daughter activities and cultural events, each girl has completed or surpassed NCL’s community service requirement of 90 hours. The Highlander chapter has partnered with 20 organizations, including Ronald McDonald House, the Salvation Army, Operation Kindness, the SPCA, and Texas Scottish Rite Hospital.
Pictured above is NCL Highlander chapter’s class of 2015: Morgan Allen, Avery Campbell, Catherine Carberry, Madelyn Conklin, Anne Dunne, Charlotte Fitzpatrick, Marina Frattaroli, Tate Giddens, Elizabeth Hamlin, Hailey Humann, Jacqueline Joyner, Kathleen Kilpatrick, Catherine Kumpf, Charlsea Lamb, Ann Martin, Margaret McAnulty, Maura McCrary, Ann McGee, Brooke Price, Allison Rogers, and Claire White. Audrey Gruber, Charlotte Rolfe, and Kate Simone are not pictured.