NCL’s Del Norte Chapter honors 21 high school seniors

The National Charity League’s (NCL) San Diego Del Norte Chapter hosted its Class of 2009 Senior Presentation on April 11 at Four Seasons Resort Aviara. The event honored 21 graduating seniors, who were escorted by their fathers.

The honorees currently attend and are preparing to graduate with honors from Santa Fe Christian, Francis Parker, The Bishop’s School, Torrey Pines High School, La Costa Canyon High School, San Dieguito Academy, Canyon Crest Academy and the Orange County Performing Arts School.

The event was chaired by Sara Shafer and co-chaired by Gigi Fenley and Karin Erdossy. The emcee was Philip Gerbracht.

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