JLA accepts grant for Kids in the Kitchen project
|Photo courtesy of the Junior League of Akron|
Shown above, from left, at the May meeting are: Joe Payne, of Cargill; Kimberly Young, JLA vice president of community outreach; Steve Marsh, of Cargill; Samantha Acosta, of Cargill; and Cindy Retterer, JLA president.
“The Junior League of Akron is so grateful to Cargill for its generous donation,” said Retterer. “It will allow us to do more with our Kids in the Kitchen program and have an even greater impact on the children we serve.
The JLA is a nonprofit organization founded in 1926 that provides opportunities for women to gain leadership skills and volunteer expertise while working on vital community projects, according to JLA officials. During its 88-year history, the organization’s members have contributed thousands of volunteer hours to organizations throughout Greater Akron. For more information, call 330-836-4905 or visit www.juniorleagueakron.org.
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