Civic Woman’s Club Donates to Central High School Communities in Schools
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Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Pictured are Carrollton Civic Woman’s Club representatives Carole Thompson and Laura Miller with Central High School Communities in School Coordinator Corinne Hindman and 2017-2018 Class Officers and Student Council Members.
Pictured are Carrollton Civic Woman’s Club representatives Carole Thompson and Laura Miller with Central High School Communities in School Coordinator Corinne Hindman and 2017-2018 Class Officers and Student Council Members.
Civic Woman’s Club Donates to Central High School Communities in Schools

The Civic Woman’s Club of Carrollton made a huge donation to Central High School’s Communities in Schools program. The donation consisted of new and slightly used clothing for needy students and their families. Central High School’s Class Officers and Student Council members participated in the service activity assisting with the disbursement of clothing items on campus.

The Carrollton Civic Woman’s Club is a women’s civic organization in the Carroll County area that provides volunteer service to the community. It offers members the opportunity for personal growth and skill development through participation in projects and social activities. The organization was founded in 1968, is a member of the Georgia Federation of Women’s Clubs, and is a member of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce.

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