Checks presented to local nonprofits

Shown from left are Marilyn Ketcherside, director of Junction House, with a check for $1,000; Patricia Neal, receiving $400 for Enhanced Horizons Pantry; Anita Rios and Lolly Montes, representing Families and Literacy Inc., which received a check for $1,000; Dennis Ferguson, director of BSFS Health and Human Services, with a check for $800; and Lorraine LeMon, executive director of Art2Heart, which received a check for $1,000, from HCCC Presidents Robbie Butterfield and Carol Prokop. 


The Hill Country Caring Crafters recently presented checks to local nonprofits.

Checks given included $1,000 to Junction House, $400 for Enhanced Horizons Pantry$1,000 to Families and Literacy, $800 to BSFS Health and Human Services, and $1,000 to Art2Heart. 

Hill Country Caring Crafters meet from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Thursday at the Elks Lodge to prepare decorations and crafts for their annual Holiday Magic Crafts Sale. This year’s Crafts Market will be 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. 2 at the Elks Lodge, 1907 Junction Highway. New members are always welcome.   


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