• San Marino Chapter of NCL Hosts Presentation Luncheon


    SAN MARINO NCL HOSTS PRESENTATION LUNCHEON: At the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles on June 23rd. PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are TOP ROW: Sasha Gabig, Elizabeth Van Hiel, Carly Moore, Lindsay Snaer, Erica Stanislawski, Lauren Morovati, Kelly Quon, Jordan LoCoco, Betsy Sanders, Vanessa Manjarrez, Catherine Kenney, Ryanne Dymek, Christina Acosta and Kate Alders. MIDDLE ROW: Bronwyn Adams-Cohen, Jacqueline Mix, Kristen McGee, Caroline Van Hiel, Lauren White, Alyssa Paul, Katie Wardlaw, Katherine McGowan, Leslie Mar, Lucy Gervais, Leigh Kunitake and Christine Urquhart. FRONT ROW: Erin Stenwall, Emily Stenwall, Amanda Wilson, Meg Ryan, Natalie Spaulding, Cristina Coppersmith and Megan Halkett.

    SAN MARINO NCL HOSTS PRESENTATION LUNCHEON: At the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles on June 23rd. PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are TOP ROW: Sasha Gabig, Elizabeth Van Hiel, Carly Moore, Lindsay Snaer, Erica Stanislawski, Lauren Morovati, Kelly Quon, Jordan LoCoco, Betsy Sanders, Vanessa Manjarrez, Catherine Kenney, Ryanne Dymek, Christina Acosta and Kate Alders. MIDDLE ROW: Bronwyn Adams-Cohen, Jacqueline Mix, Kristen McGee, Caroline Van Hiel, Lauren White, Alyssa Paul, Katie Wardlaw, Katherine McGowan, Leslie Mar, Lucy Gervais, Leigh Kunitake and Christine Urquhart. FRONT ROW: Erin Stenwall, Emily Stenwall, Amanda Wilson, Meg Ryan, Natalie Spaulding, Cristina Coppersmith and Megan Halkett.

    The Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles was the site of this year’s annual presentation luncheon hosted by the San Marino Area Chapter of National Charity League. More than 500 Patronesses, Ticktockers and guests attended the June 23 event, as a most remarkable class of thirty-four young ladies were presented, along with their mothers, on a runway lined with beautiful topiary hedges, laden with citrus and hydrangea. Table centerpieces of fragrant roses, lemons and limes completed the formal English garden environment created by Pasadena florist Jacob Maarse.

    ‘Bloom and Grow Forever,’ the theme for both the luncheon and the upcoming Debutante Ball to be held in December, was a most fitting sentiment for these ladies women who have transformed from their early beginnings in NCL and have such bright futures ahead of them.

    The presentation of the graduating Ticktockers is a long-standing Chapter tradition and includes brief biographies of each girl’s NCL accomplishments and high school activities, as well as future plans. This year’s class was truly an inspiring group of young women who excelled in many areas and maximized their NCL experience, while making exceptional contributions to their community and schools. Each proud mother joined her daughter on stage for their final walk down the runway, while the Jay Sterling orchestra played individually selected songs.

    Another much-enjoyed feature of the Luncheon is a fashion show featuring models from the junior class. The girls’ pre-show model training was evident as they confidently strutted the catwalk in fashions from Bloomingdales. As always, the highlight was an array of dazzling Debutante gowns from Yelena’s Bridal in Monrovia. Nicole Stewart Productions provided the model training and choreography, and selected the fashions for the show.

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