Modern Woodmen to hold personal care item drive-thru


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Supply drive for the Brick House Shelter held in August was a great success thanks to the community support. Shown left to right: volunteer Martha Jackson, Brick House Administrator Christy Dunlap, Woodmen volunteers: Ellie Dowler, Debra Grover and Laura Grover.

Supply drive for the Brick House Shelter held in August was a great success thanks to the community support. Shown left to right: volunteer Martha Jackson, Brick House Administrator Christy Dunlap, Woodmen volunteers: Ellie Dowler, Debra Grover and Laura Grover.


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Modern Woodmen Chapter 5458 members will hold a Personal Care Item Drive-Thru at the Fayette County Farmers Market Saturday, Sept. 12 and Saturday, Sept. 19, 8:30 a.m until noon, to benefit the Second Chance Center of Hope in Washington Court House.

At the market there will be signs on South Main Street and East East Street directing vehicles to the drop-off area where volunteers will be masked and social distancing.

Second Chance Center of Hope is a volunteer-based nonprofit that gives victims of domestic violence a start of a Second Chance, and provides HOPE to the homeless in our community.

Items most needed are: shampoo, conditioner, body wash, deodorant (men’s or women’s), paper towels, shaving cream and dish soap.

Modern Woodmen improves the quality of life for members and the communities where they live, work and play. This is done through financial guidance and social, educational, and volunteer activities. It’s all part of what makes us unique as a fraternal financial services organization.

For more information contact Dan Mayo at 937-725-0445.

Supply drive for the Brick House Shelter held in August was a great success thanks to the community support. Shown left to right: volunteer Martha Jackson, Brick House Administrator Christy Dunlap, Woodmen volunteers: Ellie Dowler, Debra Grover and Laura Grover.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/09/web1_MW-Brick-House-Supply-Drive-Aug-2020.jpgSupply drive for the Brick House Shelter held in August was a great success thanks to the community support. Shown left to right: volunteer Martha Jackson, Brick House Administrator Christy Dunlap, Woodmen volunteers: Ellie Dowler, Debra Grover and Laura Grover. Courtesy photo

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