NCL Glendale Chapter Ticktockers Honored at Presentation Ball

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Photo by Bain Photography The Ticktockers in NCL Glendale Class of 2014 were celebrated for their years of service to the community at the Presentation Ball held at the Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena on March 8.  Front row, from left: Tiara Avaness, Chelsea Nicole Johnson, Elizabeth Ashley Hakes, Daisy Marilyn Beckner, Alison Laurel Roth, and Taline Christina Albarian. Middle row, from left: Carly Stiles Padilla, Andrea Freda Klein, Taylor Noor Afshar, Kendall Clark Eberhardt, Emma Louise Fuller-Monk, Margaret Frances Vischer, and Marissa Lenore Glidewell. Back row, from left: Giavonna Antoinette Futia, Amanda Lynn Johnson, Kelly Christine Berg, Michelle Emile Grochow, Madeleine Ann Cortes Impert, Camaryn Elise Del Guercio, Nora Anne Sagal, Jenna Isabelle Schwartz, Alexa Nicole Rittichier and Lauren Widuch Snyder.

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The Ticktockers in NCL Glendale Class of 2014 were celebrated for their years of service to the community at the Presentation Ball held at the Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena on March 8. Front row, from left: Tiara Avaness, Chelsea Nicole Johnson, Elizabeth Ashley Hakes, Daisy Marilyn Beckner, Alison Laurel Roth, and Taline Christina Albarian. Middle row, from left: Carly Stiles Padilla, Andrea Freda Klein, Taylor Noor Afshar, Kendall Clark Eberhardt, Emma Louise Fuller-Monk, Margaret Frances Vischer, and Marissa Lenore Glidewell. Back row, from left: Giavonna Antoinette Futia, Amanda Lynn Johnson, Kelly Christine Berg, Michelle Emile Grochow, Madeleine Ann Cortes Impert, Camaryn Elise Del Guercio, Nora Anne Sagal, Jenna Isabelle Schwartz, Alexa Nicole Rittichier and Lauren Widuch Snyder.

Glittering chandeliers, fragrant roses, and 23 radiant young ladies in elegant white gowns on the arms of their tuxedoed fathers were found at the Langham Huntington Hotel on Saturday, March 8.

During the six years leading up to this night, these young women have made a significant impact on their community through service to chapter philanthropies including Ascencia Transitional Housing Shelter, Hathaway-Sycamores, YWCA of Glendale, Salvation Army of Glendale, American Red Cross, and Special Olympics, area hospitals and retirement homes, among many other local organizations. There are many opportunities for the Ticktockers to do this philanthropic work alongside their mothers in National Charity League Glendale, which has been in existence since 1951.

Photo by Janet Lazier, NCL Glendale Daisy Marilyn Beckner, center, with her parents Michael Beckner and Linda O’Callaghan, displays the Golden Oak Leaf award presented to the Ticktocker who, during her six years served the most volunteer hours at Twelve Oaks Lodge.

Photo by Janet Lazier, NCL Glendale
Daisy Marilyn Beckner, center, with her parents Michael Beckner and Linda O’Callaghan, displays the Golden Oak Leaf award presented to the Ticktocker who, during her six years served the most volunteer hours at Twelve Oaks Lodge.

Two Ticktockers received special honors. Daisy Beckner was presented with the Golden Oak Leaf Award for her service over the past six years at Twelve Oaks Lodge, the retirement facility in La Crescenta that, sadly, closed in November.

Alexa Rittichier earned the Senior Achievement Award, presented to the Ticktocker who, during her six years in NCL, served the greatest number of hours at chapter philanthropies. Collectively, the Ticktockers in Class of 2014 collectively donated over 5,300 volunteer hours to the chapter’s philanthropies over the past six years.

As NCL Glendale President Rose Chan presented the awards and gave the toast to Class of 2014, she expressed what motivates members to be part of this organization.

“Through NCL, each mother endeavors to instill in her daughter the desire to give back to the community and to teach the skills by which to accomplish this desire,” Chan said.

Photo by Janet Lazier, NCL Glendale Alexa Nicole Rittichier, right, with her mother Mary Jane Rittichier, received the Senior Achievement Award presented to the Ticktocker who, during her six years, earned the most service hours towards all of the NCL Glendale Chapter philanthropies.

Photo by Janet Lazier, NCL Glendale
Alexa Nicole Rittichier, right, with her mother Mary Jane Rittichier, received the Senior Achievement Award presented to the Ticktocker who, during her six years, earned the most service hours towards all of the NCL Glendale Chapter philanthropies.

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