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St. Charles Women’s Club holds installation reception, honors locals and raises money for local organizations
2009-10 St. Charles Women’s Club officers. Pictured (l to r) Patty Picard, Diane Rochelle, Angela McGowan and Teresa Miller.
The charitable organizations who received funds were: St. Charles Social Concerns prescription fund, St. Vincent DePaul Society, A. A. Songy Kindergarten Center Library & Humpty Dumpty program (the club’s partner in education), Catholic Charities (SCP) - Girl Power Camp, St. Charles Museum/Historical Society, Community Chorus of River Parishes, St. Charles Community Band, German Coast Farmer’s Market, The ARC of St. Charles, St. Charles Beautification Task Force, Head Start Program (St. Charles Parish), Hurry Hurst Middle School – Vietnam War Memorial project, St. Charles Parish Explorers No. 15, United Way of St. Charles – Success by 6, Pink Ladies Volunteers – Ormond Nursing Home, Center for Family & Youth Services (Luling), R.K. Smith Middle School - Mentoring Programs, Family Literacy Center at Luling Elementary and J. B. Martin Middle School – Anti-bullying and Self Esteem Program.St. Charles Women’s Club also awards scholarships each year to high school graduates of St. Charles Parish residents. This year’s recipients were, Taylor Scyster of Destrehan High School for $4,000, Paul Hymel of Hahnville High School for $1,000 and a $500 scholarship to Laney Pitts of Destrehan High School.
Installation of the 2009-2010 St. Charles Women’s club officers was held during the reception. Serving as President will be Diane Rochelle. Angela McGowan will serve as 1st vice-president and Catherine Dunlap as 2nd vice-president. Treasurer is Patty Picard. Choyer Parker is recording secretary and Teresa Miller the corresponding secretary.
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