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P o w e r of the Purse Women’s Giving Circle “Connecting Women Who Care With Causes That Matter.”  S U M M E R 2 0 1 0 Advisory Council  Karen Carnahan    Sarah Cunningham    Sandy Davis    Kate Feldmann    Abby Iverson    Kathy Lane    Kathy Lee    Melissa Merritt    Lisa Petty  Next Event… Grantee Presentations Join us at Patti Alderson’s home on September 14th for dinner, wine and to cast your vote for the 2010 POP Grant Recipient! The evening will begin at 5:30 p.m. The cost per guest is $
    GranteePresentations  Join us at Patti Alderson’shome on September 14th fordinner, wine and to cast yourvote for the 2010 POP GrantRecipient!The evening will begin at 5:30p.m. The cost per guest is $20but is FREE  for those thatpay their 2011 membershipdues that evening!This event will also have aspecial treat featuring Yelton Jewelers!You will not want to miss thisunique event. 2011 dues are $100. We hope to increase our membership bylowering dues and offering a split payment option. Becausefundraising for local charities is our main goal, only 2011members will be allowed to attend 2011 functions. By payingyour 2011 dues on or before Sept 14th, you will receive a $20Yelton Jewelers gift certificate, dinner and 5 raffle tickets tothe infamous purse raffle on Sept. 14 . Membership dues are 100% tax deductible. WE ARE STILL ACCEPTING 2010 MEMBERSHIP DUES!POP is still accepting $150 for 2010 membership. Join by Sept14th so you can vote for this year’s grant recipient. Bottling wine at TinoVino’s in April. Cometaste the fruits of your labor on Sept. 14th Next Event…   2011 Membership Drive P o w e r of the Purse  Women’s Giving Circle SUMMER 2010 “Connecting Women Who Care With Causes That Matter.”    The final round of voting willhappen during the September meeting. (Article on pg 2)If you aren’t able to attend themeeting, you can vote online at:www.wclfoundation.com. Contact Melissa Benedict withany questions or concernsthat you may have.Phone: (513) 874-5450Email: melissa@wclfoundation.com   IT’S TIME TO VOTE!   EVENT SPECIFICS DATE September 14, 2010 TIME 5:30 p.m. LOCATION 8222 LesourdsvilleWest Chester RdWest Chester OH COST FREE for women paying 2011dues on or before Sept 14thOtherwise $20 per person(Write POP on all checks) REGISTER BY: Email: melissa@wclfoundation.com  Phone: (513) 874-5450    Advisory   Council   Karen CarnahanSarah CunninghamSandy DavisKate FeldmannAbby IversonKathy LaneKathy LeeMelissa Merritt Lisa Petty 2010MeetingDates April 20thSeptember 14th November 30th  PAGE 2 OUR 2010 FINALISTS! Check Your Inbox for Updates, Evites andNewsletters Each Week! Look for POP on facebook! PARTNERS IN PRIME WEST CHESTER  Partners In Prime is dedicated to enhancing the lives of people 55 and better toreach their personal best – their prime. Partners In Prime has executed a long-term lease with West Chester Township to operate an activity center at the oldlibrary site on Cox Road. This almost 16,000 square foot building will be named the West Chester Activity Center, emphasizing prime club activities during the day and including activities for the entirecommunity. Community residents will also be able to rent rooms in the Center for meetings andevents. The building will feature a large meet-and-greet lobby and four rooms for programming a va-riety of fitness, educational, social and recreational activities. CITIZENS AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Jim and Elsa founded Citizens Against Domestic Violence in 1996 after their youngest daughter Tina was murdered December 21, 1992 at age 18, by an ex- boyfriend. Citizens Against Domestic Violence is a program that acts to promote an awareness of domestic violence and the damage it does to individuals, and to family, church and business relation-ships. Citizens Against Domestic Violence seeks to educate through information and to implementservices to those whodesire freedom from violence/abuse. They are requesting funds to administer a Teen Dating ViolencePrevention Program called “Dating Violence 101.” The program is presented at no cost to localschools to educate teens on the warning signs of abuse and how to seek help and break free. HEALTHY VISIONS Healthy Visions guides people to better choices, for stronger relationships, insexuality, marriage and parenting. By cultivating healthier families throughthese challenging phases of life, Healthy Visions is ultimately cultivating ahealthier society. They are requesting funds for their Safe Teen and Tech Effect programs for Kings and Lakota students. The programs are aimed at teaching teens the dangers of theinternet and educates them on how to avoid risky behaviors and how to develop social skills and assetsstudents need to grow into self sufficient, productive and community involved adults. OURMISSIONSTATEMENT The Power of the Purseeducates,inspires and increases thenumber of women committed to  philanthropy in order to strengthen our community by  providing funds and assistanceto women and girls. Vote for one of the following extraordinary organizationsat our meeting on September 14.
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