Charlotte (Smith) Kitchen
Charlotte (Smith) Kitchen A graduate member of the Tomahawk High School Class of 1978 participating as a three year varsity volleyball player and a four-year varsity basketball player.

Charlotte's hard work led her to becoming a unanimous First Team All-Conference selection her junior and senior years. Charlotte lead her team and the entire conference in scoring and rebounding during her junior and senior years. She established school records in scoring, field goal percentages, and rebounding while leading Tomahawk to their first girls basketball conference championship.

After high school, Charlotte attended the University of Arizona where she was a four-year varsity starter on their basketball team. While at the University of Arizona, she lead the team in scoring and rebounding as a junior, was MVP of the Cactus Classic Tournament, PAC-10 All-Conference Honorable Mention selection, and PAC-10 preseason pick as one of the top 3 power forwards for her senior season (before breaking her ankle in December of her senior year). Charlotte is the only Tomahawk High School basketball player to ever become a varsity starter throughout their career at a major Division 1 school.

After graduation from the University of Arizona with a BS Degree in Business, Charlotte worked in the field of commercial real estate in Tucson and south Florida. Presently, she and her husband own and operate the Foxfield Company, Foxfield Realty Company, and the Foxfield Construction and Maintenance Company in Savannah, Georgia.

Inducted: 2002