Graduating Seniors, from left: Claire Stikeleather (Oakton High School); Jenny Laychak (Flint Hill School); Frances Peyton (Flint Hill School); Brie Hayden (Madison High School); Madison Russell (Thomas Jefferson High School); Mary Clare McGinn (Paul VI High School); Anna Brinkley (Paul VI High School); Erin Dooley (Flint Hill School) and Rebecca Mann (Oakton High School).
On Sunday, April 15 National Charity League, Inc.’s, Cherry Blossom Chapter, recognized nine graduating seniors. The dessert reception took place at Westwood Country Club in Vienna. The graduating seniors successfully completed their years in National Charity League, Inc. by fulfilling the requirements in their
program. Each senior was presented with a Ticktocker Service Award. Claire Stikeleather of Oakton was the recipient of the Senior Service Award for accumulating the most philanthropic service hours during her time in the league. Additionally, Claire and her mother, Donnah Stikeleather, earned the Mother- Daughter Award for serving 25 hours with her mother in the past year.
National Charity League, Inc. is a national mother-daughter organization whose mission is to foster the mother-daughter relationship in a philanthropic organization committed to community service, leadership and cultural experiences. Girls in grades 7th-12th grades interested in learning more about becoming a member of the National Charity League should contact Beth Bliss at Bethbliss630@gmail.com.