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Senior Ticktockers culminate community service

April 17, 2013|By Joyce Rudolph
  • National Charity League, Inc., Glendale Chapter held its 62nd annual Senior Presentation on March 2, 2013 at the Langham Huntington Hotel & Spa. The Class of 2013 Ticktockers include (bottom row from left): Rachel Artime, Courtney Kreditor, Kristine Seuylemezian, Lindsey Trujillo, Erin McCoy, McKenzie Dodge and Louisa Harb. Second Row: Dana Budzyn, Elizabeth Herman, Elzabeth Forgarty, Madelyn Brown, Sierra Rhoads, Emily Temple, Gabrielle Fitzpatrick and Kimberly Cotter. Back row: Desiree Dahlson, Kelsey George, Samantha Smith, Lauren Barsamian, Amber Zadravecz, Kimberly Horne, Kaelin King, Callan Gies, Isabel Hodgson, Amy Young, Meghan Knapp and Rebecca Weitzel.
National Charity League, Inc., Glendale Chapter held… (Courtesy of Bain…)

The 2013 Senior Class of Ticktockers from National Charity League Glendale culminated their six years of volunteer service during the 62nd annual Senior Presentation, themed "Dancing in the Moonlight."

As each of the 27 Ticktockers was introduced and completed the promenade around the ballroom of the Langham Huntington Hotel and Spa in Pasadena, a long list of accomplishments was read by emcee Debbie Cox, immediate past president of the Glendale chapter.

The young women served their community by giving time to philanthropies such as Twelve Oaks Retirement Lodge, Salvation Army, Ascencia, Special Olympics, YWCA of Glendale, American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity and others.

Those presented were Rachel Artime, Courtney Kreditor, Kristine Seuylemezian, Lindsey Trujillo, Erin McCoy, McKenzie Dodge, Louisa Harb, Dana Budzyn, Elizabeth Herman, Elizabeth Forgarty, Madelyn Brown, Sierra Rhoads, Emily Temple, Gabrielle Fitzpatrick, Kimberly Cotter, Desiree Dahlson, Kelsey George, Samantha Smith, Lauren Barsamian, Amber Zadravecz, Kimberly Horne, Kaelin King, Callan Gies, Isabel Hodgson, Amy Young, Meghan Knapp and Rebecca Weitzel.

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Since entering the chapter as seventh-graders, this year's group of graduating Ticktockers completed a total of 8,586 service hours.

Amber Zadravecz received the Golden Oak Leaf Award, presented to the Ticktocker who served the most volunteer hours at the chapter's primary philanthropy, Twelve Oaks Retirement Lodge. Amber served 627 hours at Twelve Oaks since seventh grade.

Rebecca Weitzel received the Senior Achievement Award, presented to the Ticktocker who, during her six years, completed the most service hours at all of the chapter's philanthropies. Rebecca achieved a total of 1,302 philanthropy hours.

Trio receives Accolades

Three women were honored by Soroptimist International of Glendale at its 14th annual Accolades Luncheon in March at the Hilton Glendale.

The Ruby Award went to Lisa Hineman, a nurse practitioner who has advocated for cancer patients and their families by serving as a board member or officer for many organizations. Her current position is Clinical Operations Director for the Los Angeles Cancer Network.

The Violet Richardson Award was presented to Sarah Magee, a senior at Clark Magnet High School, for her volunteer work with Ascencia.

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