Altrusa’s ‘Loving Spoonsful’ tickets arrive


With the local Altrusa club’s primary fundraiser just one month away—Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Commission on Aging—one of the co-chairs of “Loving Spoonsful” recently visited Washington City Schools’ Cherry Hill Preschool, which is slated to receive a major portion of the proceeds from this year’s tasting luncheon. Dr. Melissa Marsh, an early-learning specialist, found the youngsters excited at the prospect of all the books, educational games, and other reading aids their teachers will be able to purchase with that gift. Tickets are now available, but limited; you may contact Marsh at 513-720-6956. Pictured are (from left) four preschool pupils: Laylynn, Isabella, Brylie and Christian (in the Altrusa T-shirt); Assistant Teacher Miss Brandi; and Dr. Melissa Marsh, co-chair of Altrusa’s ‘Loving Spoonsful’ Committee.

With the local Altrusa club’s primary fundraiser just one month away—Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Commission on Aging—one of the co-chairs of “Loving Spoonsful” recently visited Washington City Schools’ Cherry Hill Preschool, which is slated to receive a major portion of the proceeds from this year’s tasting luncheon. Dr. Melissa Marsh, an early-learning specialist, found the youngsters excited at the prospect of all the books, educational games, and other reading aids their teachers will be able to purchase with that gift. Tickets are now available, but limited; you may contact Marsh at 513-720-6956. Pictured are (from left) four preschool pupils: Laylynn, Isabella, Brylie and Christian (in the Altrusa T-shirt); Assistant Teacher Miss Brandi; and Dr. Melissa Marsh, co-chair of Altrusa’s ‘Loving Spoonsful’ Committee.


With the local Altrusa club’s primary fundraiser just one month away—Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Commission on Aging—one of the co-chairs of “Loving Spoonsful” recently visited Washington City Schools’ Cherry Hill Preschool, which is slated to receive a major portion of the proceeds from this year’s tasting luncheon. Dr. Melissa Marsh, an early-learning specialist, found the youngsters excited at the prospect of all the books, educational games, and other reading aids their teachers will be able to purchase with that gift. Tickets are now available, but limited; you may contact Marsh at 513-720-6956. Pictured are (from left) four preschool pupils: Laylynn, Isabella, Brylie and Christian (in the Altrusa T-shirt); Assistant Teacher Miss Brandi; and Dr. Melissa Marsh, co-chair of Altrusa’s ‘Loving Spoonsful’ Committee.

With the local Altrusa club’s primary fundraiser just one month away—Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Commission on Aging—one of the co-chairs of “Loving Spoonsful” recently visited Washington City Schools’ Cherry Hill Preschool, which is slated to receive a major portion of the proceeds from this year’s tasting luncheon. Dr. Melissa Marsh, an early-learning specialist, found the youngsters excited at the prospect of all the books, educational games, and other reading aids their teachers will be able to purchase with that gift. Tickets are now available, but limited; you may contact Marsh at 513-720-6956. Pictured are (from left) four preschool pupils: Laylynn, Isabella, Brylie and Christian (in the Altrusa T-shirt); Assistant Teacher Miss Brandi; and Dr. Melissa Marsh, co-chair of Altrusa’s ‘Loving Spoonsful’ Committee.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/09/web1_Missy-w-Cherry-Hill-n-L.S.-tix-in-Sep.-2019.-3-.jpgWith the local Altrusa club’s primary fundraiser just one month away—Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Commission on Aging—one of the co-chairs of “Loving Spoonsful” recently visited Washington City Schools’ Cherry Hill Preschool, which is slated to receive a major portion of the proceeds from this year’s tasting luncheon. Dr. Melissa Marsh, an early-learning specialist, found the youngsters excited at the prospect of all the books, educational games, and other reading aids their teachers will be able to purchase with that gift. Tickets are now available, but limited; you may contact Marsh at 513-720-6956. Pictured are (from left) four preschool pupils: Laylynn, Isabella, Brylie and Christian (in the Altrusa T-shirt); Assistant Teacher Miss Brandi; and Dr. Melissa Marsh, co-chair of Altrusa’s ‘Loving Spoonsful’ Committee.