Milton NCL Senior Recognition
Pictured, left to right, Brooke Halak, Alex Jackson, Sarah Lakatos, Morgan Perkins, Sarah Street, Emmaline Veal, Lyla Zedell, Meredith Surrell, Alayna Stanley, Avery McIlwaine, Keely Juedeman, Riley Harris, and Olivia Dangoia. Not pictured, Lindsay Pauls and Claire Murray. 

On March 7, 2020, just before everything shut down due to COVID-19, the Milton Chapter of the National Charity League, Inc. held its Senior Recognition event for the Class of 2020 at the Country Club of Roswell. This event is held every year to honor the accomplishments and contributions of each of the Chapter’s graduating Senior members. It is a formal dinner and dancing event hosted by the Junior class members.

 

NCL’s Milton Chapter’s Class of 2020 graduated this spring from Cambridge High School, Centennial High School, and Johns Creek High School. NCL, Inc. is a Mother-Daughter philanthropic organization committed to community service, leadership development, and cultural experiences. During their six-year membership in the Milton Chapter, the Class of 2020 exemplified NCL’s core values. They contributed more than 4,600 hours of community service to NCL’s numerous Philanthropy Partners. The girls’ other accomplishments include academic honors, participation in varsity and club sports, and leadership roles in NCL and their other extracurricular activities, including academic clubs and religious organizations.

 

This fall, the Class of 2020 will commence their college careers. The NCL Milton Chapter wishes them the best of luck on their next journey. We are so proud of the Class of 2020!

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