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Ten LHWHS Students Receive President’s Volunteer Service Award

Ten Ladue Horton Watkins High School students have been recognized by the National Charity League (NCL) for their volunteer efforts.

The St. Louis Gateway Chapter of the NCL awarded the President’s Volunteer Service Award to the following:

Gold Award, given to volunteers age 11-15 with more than 100 hours of service and volunteers age 16-25 with more than 250 hours of service

  • Gia Grillo (9th grade)
  • Emmi Walker (11)

Silver Award, given to volunteers age 11-15 with between 75-99 hours of service and volunteers age 16-25 with between 175-249 hours of service

  • Norah Bullock (9)
  • Katherine Goodman (10)
  • Emma Lackey (9)                                   

Bronze Award, given to volunteers age 11-15 with between 50-74 hours of service and volunteers age 16-25 with between 100-174 hours of service

  • Georgia Bland (9)
  • Eleanor Fister (12)
  • Addie Kerner (11)
  • Ava Verstappen (12)
  • Zoe Verstappen (11)

The local chapter of the National Charity League is a mother-daughter volunteer organization that provides service and support to more than 25 nonprofits throughout the St. Louis region, and a progressive Leadership Development program for the girls throughout their six years of service.

The National Charity League is comprised of more than 200,000 members and alumnae serving 287 chapters in 31 states; members volunteer more than three million hours to more than 6,000 charities nationwide.

The President’s Volunteer Service Award program began in 2003; the award is given through various service organizations that serve as Certifying Organizations.