Altrusa initiates two new members


Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., initiated two new members at the club’s Jan. 16 meeting: realtors Mandy Miller and Erin Rickman. The organization, consisting of professional and business women from numerous fields, has the goal of “Leading to a Better Community.” Communications Committee member Nancy Hammond read aloud five thank-you notes, ranging from the Commission on Aging’s Meals on Wheels program (recipient of $1,500 from October’s “Loving Spoonsful Tasting Luncheon” fundraiser), to the Fayette County Master Gardener Volunteers’ appreciation for Altrusa’s having sponsored a $75 flowering pot downtown this past summer. Pictured are (from left) sponsor Debra Corbell-Grover with new member Mandy Miller, Membership Committee chair Kay Walker, and new member Erin Rickman with sponsor Melissa Marsh.

Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., initiated two new members at the club’s Jan. 16 meeting: realtors Mandy Miller and Erin Rickman. The organization, consisting of professional and business women from numerous fields, has the goal of “Leading to a Better Community.” Communications Committee member Nancy Hammond read aloud five thank-you notes, ranging from the Commission on Aging’s Meals on Wheels program (recipient of $1,500 from October’s “Loving Spoonsful Tasting Luncheon” fundraiser), to the Fayette County Master Gardener Volunteers’ appreciation for Altrusa’s having sponsored a $75 flowering pot downtown this past summer. Pictured are (from left) sponsor Debra Corbell-Grover with new member Mandy Miller, Membership Committee chair Kay Walker, and new member Erin Rickman with sponsor Melissa Marsh.


Photo courtesy of Alice Craig

Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., initiated two new members at the club’s Jan. 16 meeting: realtors Mandy Miller and Erin Rickman. The organization, consisting of professional and business women from numerous fields, has the goal of “Leading to a Better Community.” Communications Committee member Nancy Hammond read aloud five thank-you notes, ranging from the Commission on Aging’s Meals on Wheels program (recipient of $1,500 from October’s “Loving Spoonsful Tasting Luncheon” fundraiser), to the Fayette County Master Gardener Volunteers’ appreciation for Altrusa’s having sponsored a $75 flowering pot downtown this past summer. Pictured are (from left) sponsor Debra Corbell-Grover with new member Mandy Miller, Membership Committee chair Kay Walker, and new member Erin Rickman with sponsor Melissa Marsh.

Altrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., initiated two new members at the club’s Jan. 16 meeting: realtors Mandy Miller and Erin Rickman. The organization, consisting of professional and business women from numerous fields, has the goal of “Leading to a Better Community.” Communications Committee member Nancy Hammond read aloud five thank-you notes, ranging from the Commission on Aging’s Meals on Wheels program (recipient of $1,500 from October’s “Loving Spoonsful Tasting Luncheon” fundraiser), to the Fayette County Master Gardener Volunteers’ appreciation for Altrusa’s having sponsored a $75 flowering pot downtown this past summer. Pictured are (from left) sponsor Debra Corbell-Grover with new member Mandy Miller, Membership Committee chair Kay Walker, and new member Erin Rickman with sponsor Melissa Marsh.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/01/web1_20200116_new-members-Mandy-Miller-n-Erin-Rickman.jpgAltrusa International of Washington C.H., Inc., initiated two new members at the club’s Jan. 16 meeting: realtors Mandy Miller and Erin Rickman. The organization, consisting of professional and business women from numerous fields, has the goal of “Leading to a Better Community.” Communications Committee member Nancy Hammond read aloud five thank-you notes, ranging from the Commission on Aging’s Meals on Wheels program (recipient of $1,500 from October’s “Loving Spoonsful Tasting Luncheon” fundraiser), to the Fayette County Master Gardener Volunteers’ appreciation for Altrusa’s having sponsored a $75 flowering pot downtown this past summer. Pictured are (from left) sponsor Debra Corbell-Grover with new member Mandy Miller, Membership Committee chair Kay Walker, and new member Erin Rickman with sponsor Melissa Marsh. Photo courtesy of Alice Craig