The Board of Visitors just announced that forty-five high school seniors have accepted their invitation to become Flower Girls.
It's a prestigious honor for hese young women who will participate in events all year long, including the Annual Fashion Show Luncheon in Decemeber at the JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa, and a philanthropic event next spring at The Board of Visitors Ryan House. They will be presented by their proud fathers at the culminating event, The Board of Visitors 105th Annual Charity Ball, in April of next year, at the JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort and Spa.
The Board of Visitors 2020 Flower Girls are:
Enelia Bidwill, Mira Camunez, Allison Chester, Maria Cisneros-Luebke, Kendall Coupland,
Ellen Dannerbeck, Julienne DeSanto, Lauren Dickey, Sophie Dubé, Macy Garlick,
Katherine Getz, Marilyn Ghazoul, Charlotte Gillem, Cristina Glascock, Grace Haak,
Melissa Hannay, Ashleigh Heitel, Abby Hendricks, Caroline Hink, Haley Hubbard,
Kyra Klonoski, Anne Langmade, Maeve Lomax, Katherine Longo, Lauren Louer,
Mason Mahoney, Olivia McGinley, Grace McGovern, Averi Miller, Kirsten Peterson,
Annelise Prusak, Natalie Rink, Mia Scardello, Elizabeth Shannon, Tait Thompson,
Alison Thorpe, Eden Tornquist, Quinn Voorhees, Madeline Walker, Elizabeth Warren,
Julianna Westfall, Caroline Wichterman, Josephina Wright, Madeleine Wright
and Megan Zacher.
The Board of Visitors is the oldest charitable organization in Arizona. Since its inception in 1908, the Board of Visitors has granted more than 21 million dollars to local nonprofit organizations in the greater Phoenix community serving the healthcare needs of women, children and the elderly.
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