St. Charles Women’s Club spreads holiday cheer
Shown with the Head start children are Carolyn Boyd and SCWC Civic Chairwomen Candice Rouselle.
Some children in the St. Charles Parish public school systems HeadStart program were reciepients of bags full of gifts consisting of clothes and educational toys.
The SCWC members donated numerous items for the Luling Living Center to be used for their annual Penny Party. These items allow the nursing home residents an opportunity to "Christmas Shop" for pennies an item.
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