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The Steuben Courier Advocate
  • Bath Quota Club holds December year-end dinner meeting

  • Quota International of Bath held their December year-end dinner meeting, hosted by Judy Hunter, President.

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  • Quota International of Bath held their December year-end dinner meeting, hosted by Judy Hunter, President.
    Quota members collected food and supplies to be donated to the Bath SPCA animal shelter.  Vicki Mosgrove, Executive Director, Finger Lakes SPCA, was on hand to accept the donations on behalf of the SPCA, expressing gratitude for the much needed supplies necessary in maintaining healthy and sheltered animals.
    Bath Quota Club donated a supply of back packs for students and $600 in Gift Cards to the Net Shelter to be used for victims of domestic violence in an effort to assist them with special needs as they arise. Tina McLaughlin, Victims Rights Advocate, representing The Net Shelter and Domestic Abuse Program of Arbor Housing and Development, accepted the Gift Cards and a basket of personal care products for the Shelter.  McLaughlin expressed her gratitude and the appreciation of the Shelter for the generous contributions to the program by Quota.  
    Pat McCarthy of Avoca, a charter member of Quota Club, is chairperson of the SPCA project and personal care basket, assisted by Jackie Crane.
    In collaboration with National “Giving Tuesday” on November 27, Quota Club of Bath participated in this national event by ringing the bell for the Salvation Army Red Kettle Drive at Tops Market in Bath.  Marlea Sherwood, Janet Gressel, Jackie Crane, Marlene Gillett, Wanda Beyor, Pat McCarthy, Norm and Angie Brush, volunteered their time on “Giving Tuesday.”  Quota joins a coalition of more than 1,000 charities nationwide reflecting on a day when everyone can make a difference.
    Quota Club volunteers continue to pursue their community involvement.  The officers are:  Judy Hunter, President; Norm Brush, Vice President, Judy Gilmartin, Secretary, and Charlene Martin, Treasurer.

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