Woman's Club designs new fundraiser

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Recipe calendars on sale for $5

By The Staff

The Hodgenville Woman’s Club will not host the Holiday Home Tour this winter due to a lack of participants. However, the club will depend on another fundraiser to assist with community projects and upkeep of its historic clubhouse.

The club is selling a $5 calendar “A Calendar With Taste,” full of recipes from members and artwork by local artist Phyllis Blakeman. Six local businesses sponsored the calendar.

Calendars cost $5 and can be purchased at Lincoln Museum, Sweet Shoppe and Lincolns Loft Bookstore, by calling president Katie Cooper at 358-9057 or contacting any Hodgenville Woman’s Club member.

Recent projects include donations to the SpringHaven Domestic Violence Program and the Ronald McDonald House of Louisville.

SpringHaven provides victims of domestic violence and their dependent children a safe shelter in a secure location. The Ronald McDonald House of Louisville provides a home away from home for families of children traveling to Louisville for medical treatment. More than 30 bags of toiletry items and 12 pounds of aluminum pull tabs were donated to the House.