Metropolitan Ministries Of Chattanooga Benefits From DAR Service Project

Tuesday, October 17, 2017
From left, Susan Lee; Christy Torok, co-chairman of the service project; Mary Word; and Ann Ward, co-chairman
From left, Susan Lee; Christy Torok, co-chairman of the service project; Mary Word; and Ann Ward, co-chairman

DAR National Day of Service provided the opportunity for the Nancy Ward Chapter to provide 24 kits for women at the Metropolitan Ministries of Chattanooga. 

The colorful bags were filled with toiletry items such as shampoos, travel size soaps, hand lotion, personal wipes, toothpaste, hair combs, elastics and other items. 

The Nancy Ward Chapter is active in the community and nationally, participating in projects involving historic preservation of historic sites; educational opportunities; and patriotic endeavors. 

For more information, please call 315-0228.
 
PHOTO I.D.  (Left to right) Susan Lee; Christy Torok, Co-chairman of service project; Mary Word;
                                            and Ann Ward, Co-chairman.
 
PHOTO I.D. of Flyer:    “Women Helping Women”



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