National Charity League’s San Dieguito Chapter holds class of 2011 waltz dinner

Instructor Andria Elam works with Dr. Takashi Kiyoizumi and his daughter A.J.

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The senior class of National Charity League’s San Dieguito Chapter held its traditional Father-Daughter Waltz dance at the Estancia Hotel La Jolla on March 20. The event provides the fathers with a chance to have a dance lesson with their daughters as a prelude to the girls being presented at Senior Recognition in May.

Senior Recognition is the celebration of completing NCL’s six-year program, encouraging charitable endeavors and promoting mother-daughter relationships in philanthropic, educational and cultural experiences.

The students being recognized are: Rachel Atkins, Julia Bliss, Brianna Burgess, Kristen Casey, Kelly Connor, Frannie Cormier, Tressa Cunningham, Lauren Fields, Lauren Geisler, Katelyn Hanlon, Nicole Herman, Stephanie Holmes, Jessica Huang, Kaitlin Huennekens, Emily Jones, Kelly Joyner, AJ Kiyoizumi, Maddie Knox, Mia Montanile, Laura Morgan, Tara Roudi, Lauren Rowles, Erica Turnbull, Paige Vreeburg, Shannon Wilcox and Jessica Yacovelle. Photos: WIll Parson

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