• NCL, Inc. San Marino Chapter Honors 2012 Patronesses


    NCL, INC. SAN MARINO CHAPTER HONORS 2012 PATRONESSES: PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are FRONT ROW: Onma DuMont, Hilda Martinez, Deanna Converse, Janet Webb, Andrea Coupe, Candace Caldwell Smith, Karen Surman, Kathleen McCrimlisk and Virginia Kenney. TOP ROW: Jo Beth Cohen, Ellen Torres (President), Louise Wardlaw, Anne Moss and Karen Beardsley.

    The San Marino Area Chapter of National Charity League, Inc. honored the Patronesses of the Class of 2012 at their General Meeting, held at the San Gabriel Country Club on November 8, 2012.

    These women, along with their daughters, have been on a six-year journey of community service, volunteer leadership and philanthropy.

    By the time their committment to service has been completed, these mother-daughter duos will have completed thousands of hours of selfless service for organizations such as the Ronald McDonald House, the Pasadena Senior Center, Ability First, Foothill Famly Services, the Pasadena Humane Society, the MSA Thrift Store and more.

    The thrift store is owned and operated by members of the San Marino NCL, with money raised donated later as need-based scholarships to young women in the San Gabriel Valley.

    they have devoted thousands of hours in support of the Chapter’s philanthropic partners, which include many local charities, along with Main Street Attraction, the Alhambra thrift shop owned and run by the organization.  Many of their daughters will be presented at the Debutante Ball, to be held on December 22.

    SM NCL Public Relations Chair Myrna McLane and daughter Emily have recently begun their six-year journey of service together.

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