KATY MAGAZINE NEWS
December 4, 2021
By Natalie Cook Clark
Katy is home to several National Charity League chapters. The Azalea Chapter will soon honor their 2022 senior class in an annual presentation.
Pictured left to right (front row): Caitlin Knight, Katherine Dial, Emma Shugart, Morgan Lane, and Ashley Daiker. Pictured left to right (second row): Ada Shaffer, Grace Mabray, Kristin Tuttle. Pictured left to right (third row): Sarah Savage, Abigail Roup, Ava Conroy, Brooklyn Matthews, Zoe Pickard, Sage Araya, Emilia Pickard, and Peyton York. Pictured left to right (back row): Jordan Angel, Lara Adams, and Riley Severin
A Katy NCL Chapter Honors Seniors
The National Charity League Azalea Chapter will soon honor their 19 seniors in an annual presentation. The girls will be recognized for their six years of service in the charity program.
Over 4,600 Volunteer Hours
The Azalea Class of 2022 have served over 4,600 volunteer hours in support of 25 charitable organizations in Katy such as Katy Christian Ministries, Krause Center, The Ballard House and Kidz Club.
The seniors are students at four area high schools, including Cinco Ranch, Katy, Seven Lakes, and Taylor.
The Azalea Chapter was founded in Katy in 1999 with the goal to promote a sense of community responsibility in daughters that will perpetuate a lifetime of service. Like other National Charity League chapters, they aim to foster the mother-daughter relationship through community service.
Learn more about the National Charity League, Azalea Chapter at their website.