The Board of Visitors announced 42 high school seniors have accepted invitations to be honored as 2024 Flower Girls.
These young women will participate in events throughout the school year, including the 70th Annual Fashion Show Luncheon on Dec. 16 and the 109th Annual Charity Ball on April 6, 2024, both at the JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa, according to a press release.
The Board of Visitors 2024 Flower Girls represent five communities across the Valley: Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Arcadia, Biltmore and central Phoenix.
Their names are Brett Emilia Arthur, Elizabeth Grace Beaver, Taylor Ann Black, Briella Marie Boubek, Lucy Evelyn Brink, Natalie Noel Brooks, Capri JoAnn Cadwell, Lauren McRae Campbell, Elizabeth Jayne Church, Campbell Grace Clark, Andrea Jean Cobb, Emma Grace DelGhiaccio, Catherine Mary Dunn, Alexia Estrada, Chloe Elizabeth Fox, Liliana Olivia Frakes, Mackenzie Jane Garlick, Abigail Kathleen Gliss, Valentina Maria Gomez del Campo, McLean Elizabeth Grimes, Eleanor Hanan Halaby, Katherine Elizabeth Hauptman, Reagan Christine Hunter, Kyle Lillie Kinkel, Annamaria Lucia La Sota, Allison Grace Logan, Zoe Lopez, Katherine Grace Lum Lung, Caroline Grace Lunt, Paige Therese Maher, Marlee Anne McCloskey, Lane McKinley Pearl, Ellie Kathleen Pompay, Francesca Ann Raffa, Lauren Kay Ragan, Anne Kathryn Rowe, Livia Jeanne Samuel, Audrey Marguerite Schaub, Charlotte Henry Spetzler, Ann Marie Spiekerman, Katherine Jean Warren, Alexandra Michelle Zastrow.
Established in 1908, The Board of Visitors is the oldest women’s charitable organization in Arizona. Since its inception, The Board of Visitors has granted over $25 million to local nonprofit organizations in the greater Phoenix community serving the health care needs of women, children and the elderly.