National Charity League Lamorinda Honors Class of 2022

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(Courtesy of National Charity League)
Miramonte High School members of the Class of 2022 are front row (L-R) Riley George, Allison Smith, Ava Caballero, Adriana Colon, Paige Chivers, Chloe Carberry, Samantha Hess, Joanna Bishop, and back row (L-R) Olivia Curtis, Erin Smith, Anna Crinks, Kristi Conner, Emily Starn, Lila Hill, Laurel Hunter, Danielle DeFrancisci, Sophia Harju, Sammi Huebner, Megan Mitchell, Jacqui Huebner, Avery Bahl.

    The Lamorinda Chapter of National Charity League (NCL) recognized and celebrated 21 graduating seniors in a ceremony filled with poignant speeches, dinner, dancing and a generous donation to Monument Crisis Center (MCC), March 27.
    Alexa Gambero and Tina Ross, from MCC, accepted the class gift at the event, which took place at the Saint Mary’s Soda Center in Moraga, marking the culmination of their six years of service to the community.
    The young women began their journey in the mother-daughter philanthropic organization as seventh graders, and have collectively volunteered more than 5,300 hours to those in need.
    NCL’s Lamorinda Chapter supports many local non-profit organizations through its mission to foster mother-daughter relationships in its commitment to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences.
    Philanthropies include 10,000 Lunches, American Heart Association, Blue Star Moms, Cake 4 Kids, Child Abuse Prevention Council, Community Reading Buddies, East Bay Heritage Quilters, Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano, Lamorinda Village, Loaves & Fishes, New Day for Children, White Pony Express and over a dozen more.

Kim Hunter can be reached at editor@theorindanews.com.

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