St. Joseph’s Elementary School Receives $16,000
At the November 2019 meeting, 100 Women Who Care Norfolk selected St. Joseph’s Catholic Elementary School as the recipient of $16,000 (presented by member Ashley Malo).
This money will be used to purchase playground equipment for this school located in Simcoe. St. Joseph’s is the largest elementary school in Simcoe (530 students) and largest elementary school in the entire Brant-Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board.
Pictured with the children at St. Joseph’s are Beth Redden & Michelle Grummett (Co-founders of 100 Women Norfolk), Heather Graham (Principal) and Ashley Malo (Parent & 100 Women Who Care Presenter)
Other presentations made at the November meeting included Habitat for Humanity (Nancy Sherwin – right) and Norfolk Musical Arts Festival (Presented by Linda Boll – absent from the photo). Ashely Malo is pictured on the left who presented for St. Joseph’s school.
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