National Charity League Ticktockers waltz the night away

Twenty-two senior Ticktockers and their fathers took a dance lesson during the National Charity League San Dieguito Chapter’s annual Waltz Dinner, which was held March 1 at The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe.

The traditional Waltz Dinner is a prelude event to insure the development of the poise and grace required for the waltz they will do during their senior presentation, which will be held May 24 at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine.

Ticktockers attending The Bishops School, Canyon Crest Academy, Cathedral Catholic High School, La Jolla Country Day School, La Jolla High School, The San Diego Jewish Academy, Scripps Ranch High School, Tasis American School in England, Torrey Pines High School and the Winston School have been together since the seventh grade participating in NCL’s six-year program, which fosters the mother-daughter relationship while conducting philanthropic work, cultural activities and leadership development.

Daughters are called Ticktockers and mothers are called Patronesses.

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