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Carrington Health Center
Appreciation Dinner for
Auxiliary and Volunteers

On Tuesday evening, April 22nd, there was a great turnout for the CHC Appreciation Dinner for the Ladies Auxiliary and volunteers who helped out during the year.

 

 

 The Holy Family Villa was filled with guests in a beautifully decorated restaurant-like setting.

 

 

After guests dined on a wonderful meal provided by the CHC Dietary, they were entertained by Jenee Kraemer and her father, Pastor Jim Kraemer.

 

 

Then, Dorothy Fenske introduced Mary Ann Sheets-Hanson, the director of Asante, who gave a presentation about the villages that she works with in Africa.

 

 

 She and her husband provide an outlet for the all the wonderful hats, dresses, batik work, stationery, carvings and other art work that the African ladies create. It is their mission, or service, and all the money that is earned is sent back to the villagers in Africa.

 

 

At the end of the program, everyone enjoyed browsing and shopping among the colorful African clothing and art pieces. Many of the Auxiliary volunteers had fun modeling the hats and clothing, and a great time was had by all!

 

 

If anyone would like a larger picture of the ones that are on this page, just send me a request, or call me at 650-0103, and I'll be happy to e-mail it/them to you.

                     Judy Keller

 

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