Cinderella Charity Ball

Cinderella Charity Ball

The Fifty-Seventh Annual Cinderella Charity Ball Arlington Convention Center Ballroom SATURDAY, APRIL 15 TH Cocktail Hour 6:30 PM * Dinner & Present...

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The Fifty-Seventh Annual

Cinderella Charity Ball Arlington Convention Center Ballroom

SATURDAY, APRIL 15 TH Cocktail Hour 6:30 PM * Dinner & Presentations 7:30 PM Master of Ceremonies – Jimmy Bennett Dance to the Music of The Roof Raisers

Tickets $95 Must be purchased by April 4th Ticket information call 817-689-4799. Tickets cannot be purchased online.

Benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Arlington Please visit CinderellaCharityBall.com for donation information.

Photos courtesy of Munson-Cox

Ladies Auxiliary extends a special “thank you” to our friends at Baylor Orthopedic spine hospital of Arlington.

The Cinderella Charity Ball is the oldest continuing social event and charitable benefit in Arlington. A selection committee from the Ladies’ Auxiliary of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Arlington annually selects sophomore or junior girls who have applied to be candidates for Miss Cinderella. The candidate who raises the most money during a seven week campaign is crowned Miss Cinderella. This year’s candidates are shown below.

Abigail Clay

Abigail, 17, is the daughter of Lori and Randall Clay and a junior at Arlington High School.

Abigail is a junior Student Council representative, varsity volleyball player, member of National Honor Society, baseball team manager, and is in the top 5% of her class. Outside of school, she is an active member of Fielder Road Baptist Church, Ignite Bible study, and YoungLife. After graduating, Abigail plans to attend either the University of Oklahoma or Texas Christian University to study nursing and Spanish.

Carrigan Slover

Carrigan, 16, is the daughter of Aimee and Scott Slover and a junior at Martin High School.

Carrigan is a varsity cheerleader, Student Council representative, and a student mentor at Corey Elementary School. She was awarded All-American Cheerleader by the National Cheerleading Association. Outside of school, Carrigan is a member of Karrousel Social Club and attends First Baptist Church of Arlington. Upon graduation, she wishes to cheer at the collegiate level at either Texas Tech University, the University of Oklahoma, or the University of Alabama and major in journalism.

Hannah Porter

Hannah, 17, is the daughter of Jamey and Craig Porter and a junior at Pantego Christian Academy. Hannah is a member of National Honor Society and is on the honor roll. Outside of school, she is a member of Pantego Bible Church and participates in various mission trips and Bible studies. After graduating, Hannah plans to do a Discipleship Training School with Youth With A Mission – University of the Nations before attending college.

Madilyn Snyder

Madilyn, 17, is the daughter of Lyn and Mike Snyder and a junior at The Oakridge School. Madi is on the Headmaster’s List for academic achievement, varsity cheerleader, varsity soccer player, member of Honors A Capella Choir, member of Key Club, and the social chair for World Language Club. Outside of school, she attends Fielder Church, began playing the harp at the age of two, and is an active member of Youth Leadership Arlington Class of 2017. Upon graduation, Madi plans to attend the University of Oklahoma to pursue a degree in nursing.

Peyton Jones

Peyton, 17, is the daughter of Lesa and Lance Jones. She is a junior, who attended Martin High School, and currently attends Northstar School. Peyton is in Student Council, Key Club, National Honor Society, and Psychology Club where she serves as treasurer. Outside of school, she is the Senior Event Game Coordinator for Mayor’s Youth Commission, active in Girl Scouts, a junior member of the Arlington Parks and Recreation Board, and she serves as State Duchess for Children of the American Revolution. Upon graduation, Peyton hopes to attend Texas A&M, University of Texas, or the University of Southern California to study business or communications.

Amanda McQuitty

Amanda, 16, is the daughter of Greg and the late Pam McQuitty and a junior at Lamar High School. Amanda is a varsity cheerleader, involved in National Honor Society, A Cappella Choir, and Madrigal Show Choir. Outside of school, she coaches a group of Optimist cheerleaders and is an active member of First United Methodist Church of Arlington where she serves on the Youth Leadership Council. Upon graduation, Amanda hopes to attend either the University of Arkansas or Texas Tech University to study education.

Catherine Westerlage

Catherine, 17, is the daughter of Carolyn Mentesana Westerlage and Gary Westerlage and a junior at Nolan Catholic High School. Catherine is an honor student, a school ambassador, plays varsity golf, is a member of the Living in Faith Experience Team, Pro-Life Team, and spirit club. Outside of school, she volunteers for Green Oaks School and is an active member of St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Community. After graduation, she hopes to attend the University of Oklahoma or Texas Tech University or dedicate a gap year to service work.

Blair Herrod

Blair, 17, is the daughter of Gina and Kelly Herrod and a junior at Pantego Christian Academy.

Blair is a member of National Honor Society, the volleyball team, and part of the worship committee. Outside of school, she is a member of Gospel City Church, performs with Young Stars and Guitars, and enjoys traveling with her family. Upon graduation, Blair plans to attend Texas A&M University or Belmont University and major in education or music therapy.

Channy Cornell

Channy, 17, is the daughter of Buffy and Blair Cornell and a junior at The Oakridge School. Channy is on the honor roll for academic achievement, vice president of the junior class, yearbook layout editor, captain of the varsity field hockey team, and a member of National Honor Society. Outside of school, she plays field hockey with her club team, authors a blog, For the Love of Books, and is an advocate for early readers. Upon graduating, Channy hopes to attend Vassar, Bryn Mawr, or Smith College to study English literature.

Carmen Regina

Carmen, 17, is the daughter of Jill and Michael Regina and a junior at Martin High School. Carmen is a member of National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, Key Club, YoungLife, and Mayor’s Youth Commission. Outside of school, Carmen plays club soccer and is active in the First United Methodist Church of Arlington, participating in the leadership team and youth choir. Upon graduation, Carmen hopes to attend the University of Texas, UCLA, or the University of Arkansas to study business.

Hannah Harris

Hannah, 16, is the daughter of Debi and Pat Harris and a sophomore at Lamar High School. Hannah is a junior varsity cheerleader, member of the UIL competition squad, junior varsity choir, and Encore Show Choir. She is involved in HOSA, Vikes for Change, Ignite, and Key Club. Outside of school, Hannah volunteers at Mission Arlington, Optimist Cheer Club, Boys & Girls Clubs of Arlington, and Special Olympics. Upon graduation, Hannah hopes to attend the University of Texas studying pre-med.

Kennedy Levy

Lauren Julius

Lauren Worth

Kennedy is the president and founder of the Vikes for Change Club and an officer of the Youth Arlington Club. She is a member of the Lamar High School A Cappella Varsity Choir and the Harmony Varsity Show Choir. After graduating, Kennedy hopes to attend Texas A&M University or the University of Arkansas and then plans to establish a non-profit charity organization of her own.

Lauren is a member of National Honor Society, Science and Spanish National Honor Societies, varsity cheerleader, vice president of Vikes for Change Club, member of the A Capella Choir, Harmony Show Choir, and yearbook staff. She is involved in YoungLife, an Arlington Optimist cheer coach, and an assistant counselor at Camp Thurman. Upon graduation, Lauren hopes to attend Texas Christian University to study finance.

Lauren is a junior class representative on Student Council and is involved in National Honor Society, Science National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, Key Club, Psychology Club, Martin PTSA, and the Warrior Post Newspaper. Outside of school, she is in Karrousel Social Club and is a member of the youth group at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church. Upon graduating, Lauren hopes to attend the University of Texas at Austin, the University of California, San Diego, or Texas Christian University, followed by medical school.

Kennedy, 17, is the daughter of Amy and Jeffrey Levy and a junior at Lamar High School.

Madison Cinquepalmi

Madison, 17, is the daughter of Kelly and Nick Cinquepalmi and younger sister of Karsen. She is a junior at Martin High School. Madison is a varsity cheerleader, Student Council class representative, member of National Honor Society, and is in the Ready, Set, Teach program. Outside of school, she is a member of Holy Cross Lutheran Church and Karrousel Social Club. Upon graduation, Madison hopes to attend Texas Tech University, Texas A&M University, or Stephen F. Austin University to pursue a career in education.

Sarah Crawford

Sarah, 15, is the daughter of Kim and Scott Crawford and a sophomore at Lamar High School.

Sarah is the sophomore class co-president, junior varsity cheerleader, choir council member, Harmony Show Choir member, junior varsity baseball manager, and a member of the UIL Cheer competition squad for the past two years. Outside of school, she is an active member of First United Methodist Church of Arlington, participating in youth choir and praise band. Upon graduation, Sarah hopes to study engineering.

Lauren, 16, is the daughter of Kim and Mike Julius and a junior at Lamar High School.

Mandy Williams

Mandy, 17, is the daughter of Meg and Jason Williams and a junior at Arlington High School. Mandy is involved in National Honor Society, Key Club, YoungLife, and is a varsity cheerleader. Outside of school, she is in her sixth season of competitive cheer at Spirit of Texas and is an active member of Fielder Church. Upon graduation, Mandy hopes to attend Texas Christian University or Dallas Baptist University to study nursing.

Taryn Cates

Taryn, 16, is the daughter of Donna Cates and Marc Cates and a junior at Arlington High School.

Taryn is the junior class president, Student Council treasurer, in the top 1% of her class, varsity volleyball player, boys’ soccer manager, a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, YoungLife, and Ignite Bible Study. Outside of school, Taryn is an active member of the Mayor’s Youth Commission, Youth Leadership Arlington, and First Baptist Church of Arlington. Upon graduating, Taryn plans on playing volleyball and studying medicine.

Lauren, 17, is the daughter of Sandy and Tom Worth, sister of Thomas Worth, and a junior at Martin High School.

Olivia Arnott

Olivia, 15, is the daughter of Elizabeth and John Arnott and a sophomore at Lamar High School.

Olivia is involved in Science National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, and a middle blocker for varsity volleyball. Outside of school, she is a member of First United Methodist Church of Arlington and plays select volleyball for No Limits Volleyball Club. Upon graduation, Olivia hopes to attend the University of Texas or Texas A&M University to pursue a business degree in healthcare finance and management.

Tatum Fife

Tatum, 17, is the daughter of Becca and Chad Fife and a junior at Pantego Christian Academy.

Tatum is a part of National Honor Society, student government, junior varsity volleyball, varsity soccer, and varsity track and field. Outside of school, she leads a high school Bible study called Ignite PCA and is an active member of Gospel City Church where she attends regularly and participates in the youth group. After graduating in 2018, Tatum hopes to attend Vanderbilt University or Texas Christian University.