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Fully deeded!

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

The Clay County Center for Women's Ministries, 314 Lankford St., Clay City, recently received the deed to its building from Union Hospital, Terre Haute. The center officially received the deed Tuesday. On hand for the celebration included (front, from left) center volunteers Tammy Greenwood, Sue Smith, Willa DeFore, Pauline McPherson, Union Hospital President David Doerr, Center for Women's Ministries founder Reova Meredith, volunteer Joyce Nees, (back) volunteers Tabitha DeFore, Barb Stultz, Shirley Love, Connie Oxby and Rosemarie Weber. Jason Moon Photo.

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this is a GOD sent keep up the good work ladies

-- Posted by charcar on Thu, Oct 30, 2008, at 10:49 AM

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