Scottsdale girls among those selected as 2017 Flower Girls

The 2917 class of Flower Girls will be presented by their fathers at the 102nd annual charity ball hosted by The Board of Visitors next April.

The 2917 class of Flower Girls will be presented by their fathers at the 102nd annual charity ball hosted by The Board of Visitors next April.

Forty-eight high school seniors, including several from Scottsdale, have accepted an invitation from the state’s oldest charitable organization to serve as 2017 Flower Girls.

The young women will participate in events sponsored all year long by The Board of Visitors, including the Annual Fashion Show Luncheon Dec. 10 at the Arizona Biltmore and a philanthropic event at The Board of Visitors Ryan House next spring.

The girls will be presented by their proud fathers at the culminating event, The Board of Visitors 102nd Annual Charity Ball, on April 8, 2017 at the JW Marriott Camelback Inn Resort and Spa.

Scottsdale high school seniors who will be among the 2017 Flower Girls are Sara Anzelmo, Claire Folger, Kristen Hauptman, Marlee Maher and Kayla Swanson.

Scottsdale high school seniors who will be among the 2017 Flower Girls are Sara Anzelmo, Claire Folger, Kristen Hauptman, Marlee Maher and Kayla Swanson.

The Board of Visitors 2017 Flower Girls are:

Quinn Anderson, Sara Anzelmo, Chelsey Brutlag, Preston Buck, Kyla Christifulli, Emma Cisneros-Luebke, Kathryn Clelland, Anna Lee Cook, Emma Dahlen, Tatum Donley, Triana Doria, Grace Dowd, Allyson Dowse, Kallie Dunkleberger, Claire Folger, Jamie Ganem, Macy Gordon, Jaimie Govig, Annie Grant, Kristen Hauptman ,Lindsey Helsten, Alexandra Hendricks, Karly Hrasky, Isabella Johnson, Colleen Kelly, Katherine Kleeman, Grace Kolbe, Zoe Kroot, Megan Lawless, Lindsey Louer, MaryJane Machen, Marlena Maher, Ashley Martin, Chloe McAllaster, Ella McFarland, Courtney McKone, Sienna Murphy, Sara Sabow, Lauren Schubert, Sarah Stamets ,Kayla Swanson, Addison Thompson, Kathryn Tolson, Megan Tymins, Isabella Ward, Katherine Witt, Sydney Zuieback and Elena Zurek.

Established in 1908, The Board of Visitors is the oldest charitable organization in Arizona. Since its inception, The Board of Visitors has granted more than $18 million dollars to local nonprofit organizations serving the healthcare needs of women, children and the elderly.

For more information, visit www.theboardofvisitors.org.

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