Spotlight on service – Ticktockers recognized

The Palos Verdes Chapter of National Charity League celebrated its 16th annual Mother-Daughter Tea last month. Ticktockers were recognized for their community service hours and welcomed the Provisional Ticktocker Class of 2025. In the 2018-2019 year, the mother and daughter members provided more than 9,570 volunteer hours to community service. They worked one-on-one with foster children, at-risk youth, and children with special needs. They played bingo, made jewelry and folded cranes with local seniors in assisted living. They also helped teachers with elementary school students at summer school programs, participated in coastal cleanups, prepared, served warm evening meals to school-age children, and volunteered in animal shelters.  

Photos by Gilbert Yu Photography


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