NCL Del Sol chapter honors class of 2014

Rachel Seidel, Audrey Gompf

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The San Diego Del Sol Chapter of the National Charity League honored 21 graduating seniors May 10 at Omni La Costa Resort & Spa in Carlsbad at its Senior Recognition and Dinner Dance. The honorees have devoted six years of volunteer service to the NCL Chapter and local North County charities.

The Class of 2014 Del Sol NCL Ticktockers are all graduating seniors from North County high schools, including The Bishop’s School, Carlsbad High School, Canyon Crest Academy, Cathedral Catholic High School, La Costa Canyon High School, Our Lady of Peace High School, San Dieguito Academy, Santa Fe Christian, and Torrey Pines High School.

During the six-year program, the mothers and daughters participate in philanthropic work, educational activities, leadership development, and cultural enrichment and have performed hundreds of hours of community service at a variety of organizations throughout the county, including San Diego Senior Community Center, Ronald McDonald House, King Chavez Elementary School, Helen Woodward Animal Center and Surfrider Foundation.

For more than 50 years, National Charity League has thrived as one of the nation’s most distinctive and well-respected mother-daughter membership organizations.  Its mission is to foster the mother-daughter relationship in a philanthropic organization committed to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences.

The Del Sol Chapter of NCL has members from Coronado to Carlsbad. Its 250-plus members serve over 15 local philanthropies.  To be eligible for membership in the Del Sol Chapter, daughters must currently be in sixth, seventh or eighth grade.  To learn more about NCL Del Sol, visit

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