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Women’s Civic Club Makes Cash Donations to Three Charities

Civic Club President Deb Genovese (center) is shown presenting checks for $1

By Press Release

SEA ISLE CITY – The members of the Sea Isle City Women’s Civic Club raised thousands of dollars for charity during their annual “Card Party” fundraiser in September. Then, in December, they distributed those funds during their Holiday Luncheon at the Cape May Technical High School’s American Bounty Café, where Club President Debra Genovese presented checks for $1,000 each to three organizations: Holy Redeemer Food Bank in Swainton, Saint Casmir Food Bank in Woodbine and The Branches in Rio Grande.
“This year’s Card Party was our most successful to date, and we are extremely pleased to be able to donate to these worthy organizations and to help the most needy individuals in the county,” said Mrs. Genovese. “Food banks and organizations such as The Branches, which assist the homeless, are doing important work and we are very happy to support them with these donations.”
To learn more about the Sea Isle City Women’s Civic Club, phone (609) 465-3251 or stop by one of their weekly meetings on Tuesday mornings at 11:30 a.m. in Sea Isle’s Community Lodge, 300 JFK Blvd.

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