National Charity League's Aggieland Chapter celebrates second year

Pictured, from left, are Mother-Daughter awards winners Sarah and Marla Waller, Audrey and Dawn Ament, Shay and Shannon Herring and Madeline and Kara Holmgreen.

The National Charity League Inc. Aggieland Chapter recently celebrated its second year as a chapter and recognized member efforts during the 2018-2019 school year. A nonprofit national organization of mother and daughter members in chapters across the United States, NCL’s mission is to foster mother-daughter relationships in a philanthropic organization committed to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences.

President Dawn Ament recognized Anne Lockett with the President’s Spirit Award and Kara Holmgreen with the Outstanding Board Member Award. Holmgreen served the chapter for two years as vice president of philanthropy.

Ticktockers recognized for 2018-19 include Madeline Holmgreen with the Merci Award for most service hours and Class Modelette Award winners Abby Dang (class of 2020), Sloane Simmen (class of 2021), Evelyn Brieden (class of 2022), Kenzie Colburn (class of 2023) and Carly Janac (class of 2024). 

The Mother-Daughter awards went to the moms and daughters who served local philanthropies with 25 or more hours: Sarah and Marla Waller, Audrey and Dawn Ament, Shay and Shannon Herring and Madeline and Kara Holmgreen.

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