Altrusa members receive inspiring presentation


Prior to their early-October business meeting, members of Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., were treated to an inspiring presentation by Jon Creamer, retired from a successful career as a former Washington Senior High School principal and now serving as the chief executive of The Well at Sunnyside. Creamer explained how impressed he has been by the program “Kids Hope USA,” with its goal of educating youngsters through relationships with personal mentors and thereby minimizing the impact of poverty on a community. The Well is collaborating with Cherry Hill Elementary School and searching for appropriate mentors.


The local Altrusa club is in the final weeks of preparation toward its seventh-annual “Loving Spoonsful” tasting luncheon, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 21, at the Commission on Aging. Only a handful of the original 185 tickets are still available for the meal, which will feature samples from nearly 70 recipes by club members and “Friends of Altrusa.” All proceeds will be distributed in November among the COA’s “Meals on Wheels,” the preschool at the Starting Gate (operated by the Fayette County Board of Developmental Disabilities), and one of Altrusa’s two $500 scholarships to local female graduates. Shown are Loving Spoonsful co-chair Julie Hidy with the microphone, and committee member Gamma White listening at the right.


Prior to their early-October business meeting, members of Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., were treated to an inspiring presentation by Jon Creamer, retired from a successful career as a former Washington Senior High School principal and now serving as the chief executive of The Well at Sunnyside. Creamer explained how impressed he has been by the program “Kids Hope USA,” with its goal of educating youngsters through relationships with personal mentors and thereby minimizing the impact of poverty on a community. The Well is collaborating with Cherry Hill Elementary School and searching for appropriate mentors.

The local Altrusa club is in the final weeks of preparation toward its seventh-annual “Loving Spoonsful” tasting luncheon, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 21, at the Commission on Aging. Only a handful of the original 185 tickets are still available for the meal, which will feature samples from nearly 70 recipes by club members and “Friends of Altrusa.” All proceeds will be distributed in November among the COA’s “Meals on Wheels,” the preschool at the Starting Gate (operated by the Fayette County Board of Developmental Disabilities), and one of Altrusa’s two $500 scholarships to local female graduates. Shown are Loving Spoonsful co-chair Julie Hidy with the microphone, and committee member Gamma White listening at the right.

Prior to their early-October business meeting, members of Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., were treated to an inspiring presentation by Jon Creamer, retired from a successful career as a former Washington Senior High School principal and now serving as the chief executive of The Well at Sunnyside. Creamer explained how impressed he has been by the program “Kids Hope USA,” with its goal of educating youngsters through relationships with personal mentors and thereby minimizing the impact of poverty on a community. The Well is collaborating with Cherry Hill Elementary School and searching for appropriate mentors.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/10/web1_20171005_183826.jpgPrior to their early-October business meeting, members of Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., were treated to an inspiring presentation by Jon Creamer, retired from a successful career as a former Washington Senior High School principal and now serving as the chief executive of The Well at Sunnyside. Creamer explained how impressed he has been by the program “Kids Hope USA,” with its goal of educating youngsters through relationships with personal mentors and thereby minimizing the impact of poverty on a community. The Well is collaborating with Cherry Hill Elementary School and searching for appropriate mentors.

The local Altrusa club is in the final weeks of preparation toward its seventh-annual “Loving Spoonsful” tasting luncheon, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 21, at the Commission on Aging. Only a handful of the original 185 tickets are still available for the meal, which will feature samples from nearly 70 recipes by club members and “Friends of Altrusa.” All proceeds will be distributed in November among the COA’s “Meals on Wheels,” the preschool at the Starting Gate (operated by the Fayette County Board of Developmental Disabilities), and one of Altrusa’s two $500 scholarships to local female graduates. Shown are Loving Spoonsful co-chair Julie Hidy with the microphone, and committee member Gamma White listening at the right.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/10/web1_20171005_194757.jpgThe local Altrusa club is in the final weeks of preparation toward its seventh-annual “Loving Spoonsful” tasting luncheon, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 21, at the Commission on Aging. Only a handful of the original 185 tickets are still available for the meal, which will feature samples from nearly 70 recipes by club members and “Friends of Altrusa.” All proceeds will be distributed in November among the COA’s “Meals on Wheels,” the preschool at the Starting Gate (operated by the Fayette County Board of Developmental Disabilities), and one of Altrusa’s two $500 scholarships to local female graduates. Shown are Loving Spoonsful co-chair Julie Hidy with the microphone, and committee member Gamma White listening at the right.

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