Scottsdale Flower Girls presented at 101st annual Charity Ball

Flower Girls from Scottsdale, Taylor Tierney, Alexis Hardy, Shay Schulz and Chase Rasor (not pictured)

Flower Girls from Scottsdale, Taylor Tierney, Alexis Hardy, Shay Schulz and Chase Rasor (not pictured)

The Board of Visitors 101st annual Charity Ball, Arizona’s oldest continuous charitable event, was celebrated on April 16.

The highlight of the evening was the presentation of our 44 Flower Girls by their fathers under the night sky at the JW Marriott Camelback Inn Resort and Spa. The presentation was followed by dinner and dancing in the ballroom, according to a press release.

“The members of The Board of Visitors are grateful to continue the 108-year-old, time honored tradition of serving the healthcare needs of those most vulnerable in our community,” stated chairman of The Board of Visitors Sydney Fox, in the release. “The generosity of those families who have supported our events allow us to fulfill our mission.”

Paradise Valley Flower Girls: Libby Decker, Cassie Rau, Jolie Vanier, Kristen Largay, Hailey Heitel, 
Fiona Hines, Addie Davidson, Jacqueline Tate, Mackenzie Cantor, Dana Henderson

Paradise Valley Flower Girls: Libby Decker, Cassie Rau, Jolie Vanier, Kristen Largay, Hailey Heitel, 
Fiona Hines, Addie Davidson, Jacqueline Tate, Mackenzie Cantor, Dana Henderson

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