100 Women group gives to Feed the Creek


Anna DeWine | Greene County News One Hundred Women Making a Difference in Greene County presented a $10,000 check to Feed the Creek on Friday, Aug. 26. Pictured in the food pantry from left to right are Tammy Wheeler, Feed the Creek Volunteer Coordinator, Sharon Fulcher, Feed the Creek Executive Vice President, and three representatives of 100 Women, Sandy McHugh, Rebecca Morgann, and Carol Graff. Feed the Creek is a weekend food program for Beavercreek children. The funds from 100 Women will help send food bags home with students each week and provide assistance to many other ongoing projects.


Anna DeWine | Greene County News

One Hundred Women Making a Difference in Greene County presented a $10,000 check to Feed the Creek on Friday, Aug. 26. Pictured in the food pantry from left to right are Tammy Wheeler, Feed the Creek Volunteer Coordinator, Sharon Fulcher, Feed the Creek Executive Vice President, and three representatives of 100 Women, Sandy McHugh, Rebecca Morgann, and Carol Graff. Feed the Creek is a weekend food program for Beavercreek children. The funds from 100 Women will help send food bags home with students each week and provide assistance to many other ongoing projects.

Anna DeWine | Greene County News One Hundred Women Making a Difference in Greene County presented a $10,000 check to Feed the Creek on Friday, Aug. 26. Pictured in the food pantry from left to right are Tammy Wheeler, Feed the Creek Volunteer Coordinator, Sharon Fulcher, Feed the Creek Executive Vice President, and three representatives of 100 Women, Sandy McHugh, Rebecca Morgann, and Carol Graff. Feed the Creek is a weekend food program for Beavercreek children. The funds from 100 Women will help send food bags home with students each week and provide assistance to many other ongoing projects.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2016/08/web1_100women.jpgAnna DeWine | Greene County News One Hundred Women Making a Difference in Greene County presented a $10,000 check to Feed the Creek on Friday, Aug. 26. Pictured in the food pantry from left to right are Tammy Wheeler, Feed the Creek Volunteer Coordinator, Sharon Fulcher, Feed the Creek Executive Vice President, and three representatives of 100 Women, Sandy McHugh, Rebecca Morgann, and Carol Graff. Feed the Creek is a weekend food program for Beavercreek children. The funds from 100 Women will help send food bags home with students each week and provide assistance to many other ongoing projects.