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The La Canada Thursday Club presents the 2007 Les Fleurettes debutantes

December 27, 2007

Elizabeth has been a Girl Scout since kindergarten. She has earned her Bronze, Silver and Gold awards. Her Gold Award project involved raising and collecting funds to purchase volleyball nets and equipment for an elementary school in El Monte. She also was involved in making an informational volleyball DVD for the school. Elizabeth has been a volunteer for Los Angeles Special Olympics, Bienvenidos, La Canada High’s Servathon, the Dodgers Youth Baseball Camp and Mount Olive Nursery, a nearby preschool. Elizabeth plans to attend a four-year university in California to study business administration. She hopes to spend a semester studying abroad in either Spain or England. Miss Elizabeth Sanfilippo is being presented by her father, Michael Sanfilippo, and her escort is Peter Cavan Williams. Her presentation song selection is “In My Life.”


Kristen Ellen Stamper is the daughter of Dr. Elgan and Carolyn Stamper and the granddaughter of Ellen and Dr. Ralph Barstad of Vancouver and Leona and the late Elgan Stamper, Jr., of Cherry Valley. Kristen is a senior at La Cañada High School.


Kristen has been a part of ASB in her junior and senior years and currently serves as the 2007 Junior/Senior Prom Commissioner. In 2005, Kristen traveled to England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland as part of the “People to People” Student Ambassador program.

Kristen has been a member of the Assistance League of Flintridge’s Assisteens program since 7th grade and was vice president of the group in her junior year. She has been a Girl Scout for four years and is currently working on her Gold Award project: collecting medical and lab instruments for a charitable organization that provides medical assistance in Mexico and Costa Rica. Kristen was elected President of the Thursday Club’s 2007 Les Fleurettes Debutante class.

Kristen is active in La Canada Presbyterian Church’s 247 student leadership program, and has served as a member of the worship team and as a junior high leader. She has also traveled with her church to Mexico to build homes and volunteered at Union Station in Pasadena with her church and the Assistance League’s Assisters.

For the past two summers, Kristen has worked as a lab technician in a medical practice.

Kristen plans to attend a four-year university in Northern California where she will study business Administration or hotel management.

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