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Pleasanton Weekly

Arts & Entertainment - April 5, 2013

Celebrating service

NCL seniors complete six years of giving to the community

by Dolores Fox Ciardelli

The 38 mother and daughter graduates of the National Charity League of Pleasanton were joined by family and friends at Castlewood Country Club recently to celebrate their six years of community service.

The Senior Presents event recognized the NCL class of 2013 Ticktockers, the daughters, who have volunteered more than 3,260 hours to 34 organizations in the Tri-Valley. Mothers and daughters join NCL when the girls are in the seventh grade and stay through their senior year in high school.

Graduate Claire Williams received the Senior Service Award for having earned the highest number of cumulative philanthropic service hours in the six years of membership. Claire volunteered more than 720 hours.

"All of the Ticktockers and their moms have volunteered hundreds of hours while helping others, and every single hour that was served made a big difference in the lives of someone else within our community," Williams said. "That is what it is really all about -- helping others."

This year's Ticktockers are Elizabeth Broughton, Brooke Campbell, Jessica Crawford, Kylie Copenhagen, Anna Dotson, Claire Goveia, Chelsea Hernandez, Nicole Heller, Meredith Jaeger, Kemi Kantor, Samantha Kim, Corinne Logan, Kelsey Matsune, Sabrina McGraw, Maggie Moellering, Makenzie Muller, Natalie Recupero, Mikaela Schwab and Claire Williams.

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