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Women Who Care seeking new members

February 10, 2014

Shown from left to right are Jane Heverley and Marion Johnson from the Guardian Angel Center, new member Margaret Miller, renewing member Becky Kreckel and Vince Leta from the Lions Club of St. Marys.
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The Women Who Care Steering Committee once again had a Donor Advisor for a Day “membership drive” for the 2013-14 membership year.
“This year we had an additional $400 in granting money available,” said Paula Fritz Eddy, committee member.
Women Who Care (WWC) is a local group created as a project of the Elk County Community Foundation. WWC is dedicated to addressing the needs of women and families throughout Elk County.
The Steering Committee of WWC offered an incentive for new and renewing members who paid their dues by Dec. 16. Those who did were entered into a drawing to be a “Donor Advisor for a Day”. The winners was able to give their favorite (501 c3) charity a special donation.
The renewing member who was chosen to be a Donor Advisor was Becky Kreckel. Kreckel decided to gift her dollars to the Lions Club of St. Marys who will buy site cases.
The Guardian Angels Center in Kersey was the grateful recipient of a donation from Margaret Miller, a new member of WWC. Miller made the donation of $200 to help the well deserving and hardworking organization.
WWC is still accepting members for 2014. Membership year runs from Oct 1, 2013 to Sept. 30, 2014 with membership dues due by June 1, 2014. Membership commitments are appreciated and welcomed at this time.

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