Southwestern Wake teens recognized for volunteer hours

O Brady & Crisp Tt Tribute 2012

The National Charity League’s Carolina Lily Chapter recently recognized Laura Brady of Holly Springs for serving the most philanthropy hours during the past year. The rising senior at Holly Springs High School volunteered 72 hours of her time to the following NCL partners: Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Wake County, the Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill, the United Service Organization of North Carolina, the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle and Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation.

Paula Crisp, a 2012 graduate of Apex High School, took a close second place by serving 66 hours of community service to various organizations. NCL formed in August 2010 and consists of members from western Wake County. Learn more at nclcarolinalily.org.

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