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March 04, 2006

Ticktockers honored for volunteer service

The National Charity League's Ticktocker Class of 2006 Senior Presentation was held recently at the Biltmore Hotel Crystal Room in Los Angeles.

Chapter President Nancy Korb welcomed guests. Mistress of ceremonies was Dr. Rebecca Weintraub, a professor at USC, who was introduced by co-chairwomen Natalia Oliver and Ruby Aquino. Past presidents attending the event were Jamie Reeves, Vicki Williams and Natalia Oliver.

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Cassandra Baltazar, the daughter of Dr. David Baltazar and Harriet Baltazar, has been a member for six years. She has volunteered at the YMCA Child Care Center and has held officer positions and chairmanships. Her favorite activity was the modellette program.

Olivia Rose Barragan, the daughter of Ruben and Karen Barragan, has been a member for six years. She has held the position of president, hours and charms vice president and others. She received the Mission Bell, The Heart of Gold and was awarded five times the Hourglass and Mother Daughter award. Her favorite philanthropy was the Burbank Rose Float.

Madison Olivia Mae Bond, the daughter of Kathy and Alan Bond, has been a member for four years. She has held the officer positions of Hours and Charms, Recording Secretary and others. She has volunteered many hours to Burbank Temporary Aid Center and the Burbank Rose Float. She has received the Ticktocker Service Award for four years.

Alyssa Jean Butler, the daughter of Kent Butler and Cheryl Crosland-Butler, joined the group six years ago. She and her mother shared many memorable experiences while wrapping gifts at Barnes & Noble to raise money for the philanthropies they support. She will graduate from Laurel Springs High School and plans to study theater and English literature while pursuing an acting career.

Corina Michelle Cardenas, the daughter of Samuel Cardenas and Jamie Fosgate, has been a member for six years. Delivering the holiday gift baskets for Burbank Temporary Aid Center was very meaningful to her. She attends John Burroughs High School and plans to attend a college studying the music business.

Adriana Dominguez, the daughter of Alberto Dominguez and Alma Contreras, has been a member for six years. One of her favorite memories is wrapping presents along with her mother and sister at Barnes and Noble to collect donations for the philanthropies. She will be graduating from Providence High School and will attend Woodbury University where she will study fashion marketing.

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