Posts Tagged ‘ women who care of oceana county ’

Women Who Care meeting Tuesday.

May 31, 2018

Women Who Care meeting Tuesday. #WomenWhoCareofOceanaCounty BENONA TOWNSHIP — Beginning its seventh season, the Women Who Care of Oceana County will meet June 5 from 5:30–6:30 p.m. at the Stony Lake Inn, 4722 Scenic Drive. The group numbers some 150 members, who together have contributed a total of some $280,500 to 21 Oceana area nonprofits since their first meeting in…

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Women Who Care meeting set for March 6.

February 19, 2018

Women Who Care meeting set for March 6. #WomenWhocareofOceanaCounty PENTWATER — Winding up its sixth year, the Women Who Care of Oceana County will meet on Tuesday, March 6, from 5:30–6:30 p.m. at the Boathouse Bar & Grille, 5164 W. Monroe Rd. The group includes approximately 150 members, who together have contributed $265,000 to 20 Oceana area nonprofits since it…

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‘Women Who Care’ organization donates $15,500 to COVE.

December 10, 2017

‘Women Who Care’ organization donates $15,500 to COVE. #WomenWhoCareofOceanaCounty #CommunitiesOvercomingViolentEncounters #SexualAssaultNurseExaminers BENONA TOWNSHIP — The Women Who Care of Oceana County – now with 155 members, and counting – met for one hour at the Stony Lake Inn, Dec. 5, and chose to have a new unit of Communities Overcoming Violent Encounters (COVE) receive a $100 personal check from each…

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Charitable group reaches quarter million dollar milestone.

November 28, 2017

Women Who Care will meet next Tuesday. #WomenWhoCareofOceanaCounty BENONA TOWNSHIP — The 150 member-strong Women Who Care of Oceana County has contributed $250,000 since the group’s first meeting five years ago. The charitable organization will hold its next quarterly meeting Tuesday, Dec. 5, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at Stony Lake Inn, 4722 Scenic Drive near Shelby. New members, and anyone just wanting…

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Women Who Care reach quarter million dollar mark.

September 21, 2017

Women Who Care reach quarter million dollar mark. #WomenWhoCareofOceanaCounty The Women Who Care of Oceana County (WWC) recently chose to each make $100 contributions to Mrs. Mullen’s Closet, and their collective gifts boost the group’s total giving to Oceana nonprofits since June, 2012, to $250,000. “Strength in numbers, it’s that simple!” said Deana Fox of Stony Lake, a founding member.…

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