Alexis Morgan de Lucia, the daughter of Frank and Beverly de Lucia, was recently presented as a debutante with the Daughters of the American Revolution, California State Society. She is the granddaughter of Dorothy Sundbye, the late John E. Bowen, Arch de Lucia and the late Rosary de Lucia. Alexis is a 2009 graduate of the Los Angeles County High for the Arts (LACHSA).
She has been a Girl Scout for 13 years earning her Bronze, Silver and Gold awards. Inspired by her love of history and the arts, her Gold Award project combined two projects into one, “Preserving Our Past and Growing Our Future,” in which Alexis took the artifacts that belonged to the McGroarty estate and archivally framed over 40 documents and vintage photographs. She scanned and cataloged each document. Additionally, Alexis restored an area of the gardens returning it to its original beauty.
Alexis was selected to represent more than 9,000 local Girl Scouts as an official voting delegate to the 2008 National Girl Scout Convention in Indianapolis, Ind. She was a member of the Tournament of Roses Troop as a banner carrier in the 2009 Rose Parade as and was selected to participate in the opening flag ceremony New Year’s Day at the Tournament House. She served a term as a girl member on the Girl Scout Council board of directors. Alexis has traveled to Denmark, Canada and Mexico with the Girl Scouts. She also was dually registered in the Sea Scout Program. She earned the Presidential Volunteer Service Award in recognition of her hours of volunteer service.
Alexis represented LACHSA as a delegate with the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership program (HOBY) and went to Washington D.C. with National Young Leaders Conference (NYLC). In her spare time she is a planting supervisor for the TreePeople. Alexis was crowned as a Watermelon Princess with the local Lions Club in 2009.
Alexis is completing her general education requirements at Glendale Community College while pursuing her passion for the theater. She plans to transfer to a university in Los Angeles and hopes to study abroad.