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Photography by Photography by Melisa

   Angels of Hope devote time and energy to the 20th Century Club and its mission while cultivating a spirit of volunteerism that lasts a lifetime. In addition, these high school juniors share fellowship and camaraderie with residents of the lodge, which provides no-cost housing to cancer patients receiving treatment at area medical centers.

   The Angels of Hope dedicate service hours to the 20th Century Club – working alongside members serving meals, playing games and visiting with patients. With special consideration to the pandemic safety and health precautions, the Angels of Hope programming has been adapted. 20th Century Club Executive Director Elizabeth Clogston explains, “These young ladies have had an unusual service experience due to necessary reduction in personal contact with residents. However, this group worked hard and found creative ways to support patients. The lodge certainly felt the presence of the Angels of Hope.”

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left to right: Abigale Hoover, Garrison Brister, Lauren Middleton, Anna Caroline Flaming, Peyton Gaston

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left to right: Emily O’Quinn, Peri Mitchell, Ava Wahlquist, Rebecca Ivanovsky, Emily Braunfisch

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left to right: Anna Abston, Emmy Jones, Rainey Ramsey, Lauren Allen, Neely Davis

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left to right: Reese Watters, Tessa Sawyer, Mary Crow, Bailey Robinson, Molly Williams

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left to right: Claire Barnes, Lilly Davis, Erin Strickland, Isabella Staggs, Jordan Smith

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left to right: Grace Schillinger, Blair Toland, Zenobia Kelley, Jordan James, Lilly Randolph

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