Photo provided
                                Trash & Treasure chairwoman Susan Sandri (left), Mel Watson of Time Together, Jean Matheny of the Soup’s On soup kitchen, Charlie Vreeland of WAIF and Lynn and Jeff Nelsen of Healing Circles.

Photo provided Trash & Treasure chairwoman Susan Sandri (left), Mel Watson of Time Together, Jean Matheny of the Soup’s On soup kitchen, Charlie Vreeland of WAIF and Lynn and Jeff Nelsen of Healing Circles.

Church sale profits awarded

  • Tuesday, June 12, 2018 3:09pm
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Proceeds from the 2018 St. Augustine’s-in-the-Woods Episcopal Church Trash & Treasure Sale have been presented to four local non-profit organizations. This year’s recipients will receive just over $1,000 each. The beneficiaries are Healing Circles, the Soup’s On soup kitchen at Island Church, Time Together Adult Day Program Scholarship Fund (a program of Island County Senior Services), and the Whidbey Animals’ Improvement Fund.

The 56th annual Trash & Treasure Sale sale was held April 21 at the church.

Photo provided
                                Trash & Treasure chairwoman Susan Sandri (left), Mel Watson of Time Together, Jean Matheny of the Soup’s On soup kitchen, Charlie Vreeland of WAIF and Lynn and Jeff Nelsen of Healing Circles.

Photo provided Trash & Treasure chairwoman Susan Sandri (left), Mel Watson of Time Together, Jean Matheny of the Soup’s On soup kitchen, Charlie Vreeland of WAIF and Lynn and Jeff Nelsen of Healing Circles.

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