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Donegal Society‚??s donations benefit needy children

February 19. 2013 11:25PM
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The Donegal Society recently made several presentations to benefit children of the Wyoming Valley for Christmas. Donations of $500 each were made to Valley Santa, the Salvation Army and Wyoming Valley Children's Association. The society meets at 7:30 p.m. on the first Sunday of each month at St. Benedict's Church, 155 Austin Ave., Parsons. At the check presentation, from left, first row: Tommy McKeown, sergeant-at-arms; Betty Flaherty, secretary, Donegal Society; Betty Farrell; Sally Scott, treasurer, Donegal Society; Dottie Povilaitis; and Marilyn Montagna. Second row: Kathleen Williams, Wyoming Valley Children's Association; Sue Cosgrove, president, Donegal Society; Lieutenants Sharon and Ted Tressler, Salvation Army; Barbara LaNunziata, membership, Donegal Society; Judy Brominski and Parker Cave, Valley Santa; and Mary Ellen Dooley, presenter. Third row: Maureen Salley; John McKeown, historian and one of the founders, Donegal Society; Ann McGrath; Molly Kerrigan; and Peggy Whitman.

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