Westosha Senior Community Center receives grant from Kenosha Women’s Network

/© Joanna's Digital Images, used with permission

/© Joanna’s Digital Images, used with permission

Kenosha Women’s Network has announced the recipients of the 2015 mini-grants. This year, $9,000 was raised by KWN and distributed to nine non-profit organizations that benefit women and children in Kenosha County. This year’s recipients are: Tri-County Tobacco-Free Coalition, The Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha, The Kiwanis Club of Kenosha, Westosha Senior Community Center, Circle of Hope, Hospice Alliance, Habitat for Humanity, The Shalom Center and The Girl Scouts. Representatives from each organization were present at the July meeting of KWN, to receive their checks.

Pictured above are: Front:  Donna Funk (KWN Grant Committee Chair), Debbie Waldron-Smith & Sandy Jacoby (Westosha Senior Community Center), Andrea Prichard (Boys and Girls Club), Amy Czerniec (Circle of Hope), Erin Owens (Habitat), Brenda Shaff (Hospice Alliance), Martha Hicks (Girl Scouts) and Amanda Blommel (KWN President)Back:  Jacqueline Sieracki (Tri-Count Tobacco-Free Coalition), Lynn Biese-Carroll (Shalom Center), Peter Bindelli (Kiwanis Club) and Kristie Matteau (Habitat).



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