102nd Annual Charity Ball

The Board of Visitors presents 48 Flower Girls.

The Board of Visitors hosted their 102nd Annual Charity Ball on April 8. The highlight of this special evening was the presentation of 48 Flower Girls by their fathers. The young women wore traditional white gowns for the outdoor presentation at the JW Marriott Camelback Inn Resort & Spa. Dinner and dancing followed in the ballroom.

“In a world where we are constantly asked to upgrade and change, we are thankful that this time-honored tradition remains,” said Cindy Good, chairman of The Board of Visitors. “As we enter our 110th year as an organization, the members of The Board of Visitors recognize and are grateful for the generosity of those who have supported our events, allowing us to fulfill our mission.”

Betsy Haenel served as this year’s Charity Ball chairman.

PHOTOS BY DUKE PHOTOGRAPHY AND STEVE YAP, COURTESY THE BOARD OF VISITORS

Alex and Ed Hendricks; Anna Lee Cook

The father-daughter waltz

Flower Girl fathers

Traditional Daisy Chain

Lauren and Chad Schubert; Katie Cummings, Betsy Haenel, Cindy Good and Deb Cain

Mike, Betsy, Katie and Patrick Haenel; Betsy Haenel and Cindy Good

Cathy Kleeman and Ginny Groom; Susan Tymins, Carrie Hall and Kristine Thompson

Susanne Schubert, Megan Kuhl and Christy Davies

Sydney and Michael Zuieback; Triana Doria and Matt Clawson

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