From left: Morgan Willow, Samantha Golden, Kara Stomp, Laura Brady, Dominique Babbitt and Abigail Getz were recognized for their work for the Carolina Lily Chapter of the National Charity League in March. The league is a community service, leadership and cultural organization for mothers and daughters. The group’s members are from towns in western Wake County.
From left: Morgan Willow, Samantha Golden, Kara Stomp, Laura Brady, Dominique Babbitt and Abigail Getz were recognized for their work for the Carolina Lily Chapter of the National Charity League in March. The league is a community service, leadership and cultural organization for mothers and daughters. The group’s members are from towns in western Wake County. COURTESY OF JUDITH POOL
From left: Morgan Willow, Samantha Golden, Kara Stomp, Laura Brady, Dominique Babbitt and Abigail Getz were recognized for their work for the Carolina Lily Chapter of the National Charity League in March. The league is a community service, leadership and cultural organization for mothers and daughters. The group’s members are from towns in western Wake County. COURTESY OF JUDITH POOL

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