Altrusa hosts representative from The Ranch of Opportunity


Sponsors of four potential new Altrusa members introduced their recommended candidates at the St. Patrick’s meeting held recently at Fayette Progressive Industries. Kay Walker, chair of the Membership Committee, also spoke about several of the club’s major service activities and had the members present name one additional place where each volunteers. Pictured are (from left) Elaine Crutcher presenting candidate Joyce Huntington, while members Janet Martin and Jeannie Bihl look on from the rear table; candidate Jennie Arnold (standing at the right) and member Lauran Perrill (back visible) also watch the introduction.

Sponsors of four potential new Altrusa members introduced their recommended candidates at the St. Patrick’s meeting held recently at Fayette Progressive Industries. Kay Walker, chair of the Membership Committee, also spoke about several of the club’s major service activities and had the members present name one additional place where each volunteers. Pictured are (from left) Elaine Crutcher presenting candidate Joyce Huntington, while members Janet Martin and Jeannie Bihl look on from the rear table; candidate Jennie Arnold (standing at the right) and member Lauran Perrill (back visible) also watch the introduction.


The educational program at the mid-March meeting of Altrusa International of Washington Court House focused on The Ranch of Opportunity, a four-year-old nonprofit located in the heavily renovated former St. Catherine’s Manor on Old Palmer Road. Kristy Bowers, Community Development Director, had a rapt audience as she explained The Ranch’s mission of creating “new chances, new choices and new hope” for the traumatized teenaged girls who are referred from all over Ohio to this residential treatment center. Altrusa President Cathy White (at right) is shown adding a few details after Debra Grover (at left) introduced Kristy Bowers (center) to the club: Bowers has strong Fayette County roots, being the daughter of well-known local residents Vernon and Joy Stanforth.


Sponsors of four potential new Altrusa members introduced their recommended candidates at the St. Patrick’s meeting held recently at Fayette Progressive Industries. Kay Walker, chair of the Membership Committee, also spoke about several of the club’s major service activities and had the members present name one additional place where each volunteers. Pictured are (from left) Elaine Crutcher presenting candidate Joyce Huntington, while members Janet Martin and Jeannie Bihl look on from the rear table; candidate Jennie Arnold (standing at the right) and member Lauran Perrill (back visible) also watch the introduction.

The educational program at the mid-March meeting of Altrusa International of Washington Court House focused on The Ranch of Opportunity, a four-year-old nonprofit located in the heavily renovated former St. Catherine’s Manor on Old Palmer Road. Kristy Bowers, Community Development Director, had a rapt audience as she explained The Ranch’s mission of creating “new chances, new choices and new hope” for the traumatized teenaged girls who are referred from all over Ohio to this residential treatment center. Altrusa President Cathy White (at right) is shown adding a few details after Debra Grover (at left) introduced Kristy Bowers (center) to the club: Bowers has strong Fayette County roots, being the daughter of well-known local residents Vernon and Joy Stanforth.

Sponsors of four potential new Altrusa members introduced their recommended candidates at the St. Patrick’s meeting held recently at Fayette Progressive Industries. Kay Walker, chair of the Membership Committee, also spoke about several of the club’s major service activities and had the members present name one additional place where each volunteers. Pictured are (from left) Elaine Crutcher presenting candidate Joyce Huntington, while members Janet Martin and Jeannie Bihl look on from the rear table; candidate Jennie Arnold (standing at the right) and member Lauran Perrill (back visible) also watch the introduction.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/03/web1_20180315_175309.jpgSponsors of four potential new Altrusa members introduced their recommended candidates at the St. Patrick’s meeting held recently at Fayette Progressive Industries. Kay Walker, chair of the Membership Committee, also spoke about several of the club’s major service activities and had the members present name one additional place where each volunteers. Pictured are (from left) Elaine Crutcher presenting candidate Joyce Huntington, while members Janet Martin and Jeannie Bihl look on from the rear table; candidate Jennie Arnold (standing at the right) and member Lauran Perrill (back visible) also watch the introduction.

The educational program at the mid-March meeting of Altrusa International of Washington Court House focused on The Ranch of Opportunity, a four-year-old nonprofit located in the heavily renovated former St. Catherine’s Manor on Old Palmer Road. Kristy Bowers, Community Development Director, had a rapt audience as she explained The Ranch’s mission of creating “new chances, new choices and new hope” for the traumatized teenaged girls who are referred from all over Ohio to this residential treatment center. Altrusa President Cathy White (at right) is shown adding a few details after Debra Grover (at left) introduced Kristy Bowers (center) to the club: Bowers has strong Fayette County roots, being the daughter of well-known local residents Vernon and Joy Stanforth.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/03/web1_20180315_183208.jpgThe educational program at the mid-March meeting of Altrusa International of Washington Court House focused on The Ranch of Opportunity, a four-year-old nonprofit located in the heavily renovated former St. Catherine’s Manor on Old Palmer Road. Kristy Bowers, Community Development Director, had a rapt audience as she explained The Ranch’s mission of creating “new chances, new choices and new hope” for the traumatized teenaged girls who are referred from all over Ohio to this residential treatment center. Altrusa President Cathy White (at right) is shown adding a few details after Debra Grover (at left) introduced Kristy Bowers (center) to the club: Bowers has strong Fayette County roots, being the daughter of well-known local residents Vernon and Joy Stanforth.

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