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Municipal News

The Catholic Women's College Club (CWCC) held their first meeting of 2018 at the Mon Valley Hospital conference center on March 5. The women discussed their charitable services done to meet the needs of different organizations in the Valley.

To wrap up the previous year, in December, the women collected monetary donations to buy socks and personal items for a shelter caring for victims of domestic violence. A group from the club visited a small home taking care of mentally challenged patients. Mon Valley Hospital, the personal care homes, and rehab centers in the Mon Valley have all benefited from the time and contributions of these women.

Moving forward, for April, Easter visits are scheduled and gifts, baskets, and baked goods will be given to those in need of care and comfort.

The next meeting of the CWCC will be held at St. Vincent de Paul, Jozwiak Hall in Monessen on April 2 at 6 p.m. The club will present their annual scholarship to a deserving high school senior girl at this time.

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