Modern Woodmen donates to Angel House


From left are Cindy Secret, Sandy McKinney, Connie Adams, Matt Moore and Joann Leach standing with the donations made by Adams and Moore on behalf of the Modern Woodmen, a non-profit organization. The donations include six of each item, including diapers, wipes, and toiletries. The items will be given to the six ladies living at Angel House which serves as a shelter for single, pregnant, homeless women.

From left are Cindy Secret, Sandy McKinney, Connie Adams, Matt Moore and Joann Leach standing with the donations made by Adams and Moore on behalf of the Modern Woodmen, a non-profit organization. The donations include six of each item, including diapers, wipes, and toiletries. The items will be given to the six ladies living at Angel House which serves as a shelter for single, pregnant, homeless women.


John Hamilton | News Journal

From left are Cindy Secret, Sandy McKinney, Connie Adams, Matt Moore and Joann Leach standing with the donations made by Adams and Moore on behalf of the Modern Woodmen, a non-profit organization. The donations include six of each item, including diapers, wipes, and toiletries. The items will be given to the six ladies living at Angel House which serves as a shelter for single, pregnant, homeless women.

From left are Cindy Secret, Sandy McKinney, Connie Adams, Matt Moore and Joann Leach standing with the donations made by Adams and Moore on behalf of the Modern Woodmen, a non-profit organization. The donations include six of each item, including diapers, wipes, and toiletries. The items will be given to the six ladies living at Angel House which serves as a shelter for single, pregnant, homeless women.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/09/web1_angels_p_f.jpgFrom left are Cindy Secret, Sandy McKinney, Connie Adams, Matt Moore and Joann Leach standing with the donations made by Adams and Moore on behalf of the Modern Woodmen, a non-profit organization. The donations include six of each item, including diapers, wipes, and toiletries. The items will be given to the six ladies living at Angel House which serves as a shelter for single, pregnant, homeless women. John Hamilton | News Journal