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Trash & Treasure produces checks | NOTABLE

July 5, 2013 · Updated 2:48 PM

From the left, Carolyn Castleberry, treasurer, Episcopal Church Women of St. Augustine’s in the Woods; Jean Favini, Oasis for Animals; Lori Cavender, Ryan’s House for Youth; Carol Flynn, Meals on Wheels; Linda Ade Ridder, Mother Mentors; Carol Ryan, President ECW. Not present are Time Together and St. Augustine’s Teen Pilgrimage to England. Recipient organizations received $1,000 each for a total of $6,000. / Submitted photo

The popular Trash & Treasure sale sponsored by St. Augustine’s In-the-Woods Episcopal Church was successful again this year, netting $6,000 to distribute to various community organizations.

The Episcopal Women’s Group distributed the profits as follows: Oasis for Animals, $1,000; Meals on Wheels, $1,000; Ryan’s House for Youth, $1,000; Time Together, $1,000; Mother Mentors, $1,000; and Teen Pilgrimage to England, $1,000.

Leaders gathered for a presentation of the checks. Laura Colton, an organizer for the Women’s Group, was delighted by the results of the sale. “This I believe is indicative of good old-fashioned community, which is why I love living on Whidbey Island,” she said.


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