If selected as a 2017 Honoree, the young women will participate in the following functions:
Honorees and their mothers, stepmothers or guardians are asked to attend this informational gathering on Sunday, November 20, 2016 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. held at the Distance Learning Lab (Medina High School; across from the gymnasium). At this time, members of the Spring Leadership Ball Committee will explain the various activities associated with the ball and will answer any questions you may have. The young ladies will be recognized and have the opportunity to meet one another and the various Spring Leadership Ball committee women with whom they will be working.
Formal Staircase Photograph
A formal staircase photo is taken and will appear in a local newspaper in the spring. The photo shoot has been scheduled for 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 11th at Medina Country Club (5588 Wedgewood Rd). Honorees will wear their white ball gowns and be photographed together and separately. All dresses must meet final approval by this date.
This event is attended by the honorees and their mothers, stepmothers or guardians, grandmothers and other special guests. Joining the honorees and their special family members will be various distinguished guests, the Spring Leadership Ball committee members, and members of Feeding Medina County. This delightful afternoon for the girls and their guests enables them to mingle with each other and to be recognized by our committee and distinguished guests. The tea will be Sunday, April 23, 2017 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. at Williams on the Lake (787 Lafayette Rd. Medina).
2017 Spring Leadership Ball Honoree Presentation
This is a very formal affair to be held at the Weymouth Country Club Ballroom (3946 Weymouth Rd., Medina) on Saturday, April 29, 2017. The event will combine past tradition with modern leadership honors. 7Formal recognition is given to all the young ladies as they are presented as The 2017 Spring Leadership Ball Honorees in a setting filled with family and friends. Included in the application materials is “The Story of the Cotillion,” highlighting some of the traditions of the dance and the required accomplishments of young women as they debut into society. After the cotillion dance is completed, the evening will continue with dinner and dancing.
*Additional functions can include: honoree pampering night, a social event for honorees/escorts, and a service experience in partnership with Feeding Medina County. More information will be provided at a later date.