Shining Stars

National Charity League, Inc. Star Chapter Recognizes Senior Class of 2024
National Charity League Star Chapter recognizes Senior Class of 2024
Courtesy: National Charity League, Inc. Star Chapter Photo: Heather Browand

Top Row (standing): Shruti Godbole, Kendall Cooley, Faith Piper, Allison Reuber, Karlianna Kapche, Hannah Knicely, Erin Alanis, Kayla Rossi, Lauren Adams Middle Row (all seated): Grace Huizingh, Sarah Ivey, Hannah Nichols, Marlowe Ambrose, Claire Estes, Alexandra Matheson Front Row (seated on floor): Amanda Eubanks, Rowan Knox.

“On Sunday, January 14., the Class of 2024 was recognized and celebrated for completing their six-year program of The National Charity League, Inc., Star Chapter, which fosters the mother-daughter relationship and empowers today’s girls to become tomorrow’s leaders through service to their community and chapter,” said Shani Matheson, National Charity League, Inc., Star Chapter President. Over the past six years, these young ladies, alongside their mothers, have contributed over 7,580 volunteer hours at 29 local charities, including Katy Christian Ministries, The Ballard House, Neighborhood Kidz Club, Citizens for Animal Protection, Fort Bend Women’s Center, The Hangar, The Brookwood Community, Willow River Farms, Texas Children’s Pediatrics and The Delaney at Parkway Lakes.

The Class of 2024 not only serves their community through volunteering and service, but they also have the opportunity to gain leadership skills by holding board or liaison positions within the chapter where they conduct meetings utilizing parliamentary procedure, organize class retreats, plan and lead annual chapter-wide social and philanthropy events including Holiday Philanthropy Fair, Mother-Daughter Tea and host Senior Recognition of the class before them. They have also expanded their cultural awareness by attending ballet, opera, musical, and other theater performances.

“It has been a joy watching these girls’ journey through NCL. They began as sweet, shy girls eager to learn and have grown into confident young ladies ready to spread their wings and embrace all that life has to offer. Whatever their next journey, we know they are prepared to lead and serve. Their futures are endless,” said Shani Matheson, NCL Inc., Star Chapter President.  

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