Service of members celebrated in Temecula

July 25, 2018 by  

The fifth annual Kick-Off meeting of the Temecula Valley Chapter of the National Charity League, Inc. (NCL, Inc.) was recently held, and over 200 people attended.

To reflect the theme of the meeting, ‘There’s No Place Like Home’, girls and their mothers rotated the stations that represented the three pillars of NCL, Inc. These are cultural experiences, leadership development, and community service.

At the meeting, the girls in seventh through twelfth grade were presented Service Awards to recognize their contributions to philanthropic organizations in the area. Kaitlyn Legg received the Merci Award, which is given to a daughter who have given the greatest number of hours of service. Legg volunteered for 287 hours during the year from 2017 to 2018. In total, the mother-daughter teams of the Temecula Valley Chapter served close to 6,000 hours in the past year.

Established in 1925, NCL, Inc. is a national organization for daughters and their mothers. In 2013, the Temecula Valley Chapter was formed.

President of the Temecula Valley Chapter, Jennifer Nguyen, commented that the organization helps to honor and strengthen the mother-daughter relationship while also helping to make an impact on the community.

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