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com/prnh/20110609/DE17177LOGO-c ) In cooperation with Operation Homefront Georgia and National Charity League Northeast Atlanta, approximately 1,000 backpacks and essential school supplies will be delivered to children of Active Duty and National Guard military personnel from the state of Georgia.
It is clear that she touched many lives, some of them semi-official, like the Mid-Peninsula Chapter of the National Charity League, but more of them just friends.
Cinderella and Prince Charming dancing across the ballroom floor to "On My Own" from "Les Miserables" at the San Fernando Valley Chapter's National Charity League Ball on Saturday night.
She is a member of the Case Management Society of America (CMSA) as well as the American Association of Managed Care Nurses (AAMCN), and serves on the National Charity League Board and Junior League Advisory Board.
She is in demand as a speaker with successful appearances at the Texas Conference For Women, the Pan American Roundtable, the Junior League Christmas Affair and the National Charity League.
Graves worked with the Gold Diggers, the National Charity League and other San Fernando Valley service clubs to raise money for the building's construction in 1954.
Komen for the Cure and as president of a Phoenix area chapter of National Charity League.
She is a successful speaker with appearances at the Texas Conference for Women, the Pan American Roundtable, the Junior League Christmas Affair and the National Charity League.