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Altrusa International donates to WIC program

Members of Altrusa International of DeKalb-Sycamore recently donated diapers, wipes, toys and books to the DeKalb County Health Department's Women, Infant and Children program. The donation is partially funded through the group's annual Community Spelling Bee. Diapers are not covered by the Federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (food stamp) program. The toys and bilingual books occupy the children who are waiting with parents to see WIC representatives. WIC sees about 1,300 preschool children and infants each month. Pictured (from left) are Kay Chase, WIC representative; and Altrusa members Jacky Urech, Carol Sturm, Sue Lehto and Karen Hagen.
Members of Altrusa International of DeKalb-Sycamore recently donated diapers, wipes, toys and books to the DeKalb County Health Department's Women, Infant and Children program. The donation is partially funded through the group's annual Community Spelling Bee. Diapers are not covered by the Federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (food stamp) program. The toys and bilingual books occupy the children who are waiting with parents to see WIC representatives. WIC sees about 1,300 preschool children and infants each month. Pictured (from left) are Kay Chase, WIC representative; and Altrusa members Jacky Urech, Carol Sturm, Sue Lehto and Karen Hagen.

Members of Altrusa International of DeKalb-Sycamore recently donated diapers, wipes, toys and books to the DeKalb County Health Department's Women, Infant and Children program. The donation is partially funded through the group's annual Community Spelling Bee. Diapers are not covered by the Federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (food stamp) program. The toys and bilingual books occupy the children who are waiting with parents to see WIC representatives. WIC sees about 1,300 preschool children and infants each month. Pictured (from left) are Kay Chase, WIC representative; and Altrusa members Jacky Urech, Carol Sturm, Sue Lehto and Karen Hagen.

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