National Charity League puts on fashion show

Last Sunday, 29 sophomore students participated in “Club 2011 Fashion Show,” which was put on by the San Dieguito Chapter of the National Charity League (NCL). Mothers and daughters coordinated the details of the fashion show, which was held at Rancho Bernardo Inn. Gretchen Productions produced the event.

The students who walked the runway were from Cathedral Catholic High School, San Diego Jewish Academy, Torrey Pines High School, The Bishop’s School, La Jolla Country Day, The Webb School, La Costa Canyon High School and Westview High School.

NCL is a philanthropy group that initiates and promotes charitable endeavors and fosters the mother-daughter relationship.

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