The Milton Chapter's Class of 2021

Following numerous setbacks and date changes due to COVID, the Milton Chapter of the National Charity League, Inc. ("NCL") held its Senior Recognition event for the Class of 2021 at the Country Club of Roswell on May 8, 2021.  This annual formal event is hosted to honor the accomplishments of the Chapter’s graduating Senior members.  


Traditionally, the junior classes of NCL host the graduating seniors to applaud their contributions. NCL is a mother-daughter philanthropic organization committed to community service, leadership development, and cultural experiences. The Milton Chapter’s graduating class has completed almost 3,600 hours of voluntary community service to NCL’s numerous local and national Philanthropy Partners. During each member's six-year commitment, the seniors have individually volunteered a minimum of 25 service hours per year. Each has held at least one leadership role in the Chapter, guiding other members to create and execute volunteer projects that improve our Milton community. 


NCL’s Milton Chapter’s Class of 2021 includes graduates from Cambridge High School, Centennial High School, Fellowship Christian School, King’s Ridge Christian School, Milton High School, Johns Creek High School, and Saint Francis High School.  While NCL kept these graduates quite busy, they also celebrated other accomplishments, including academic honors and participation in varsity sports, competitive dance and cheerleading, and the performing arts.  


"During a senior year marred by a global pandemic, the Class of 2021 handled the adversity with grace," said Beth Telipsky, NCL Milton Chapter President. "We know that they will thrive as they begin their college careers in the Fall.  As their class themes states, they will be their ‘Best Self: Bold, Courageous, Compassionate, and Kind.’" 


The NCL Milton Chapter is so proud of the Class of 2021!   

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