The Zonta Club of the Corry Area presented the Corry Higher-Education with an adult scholarship in the amount of $1,000 and a check for $1,000 to sponsor the 21st Century Girls program on Wednesday, June 28. Zonta members sponsor the annual scholarship and the Hi-Ed selects the recipient.
From left are Zonta members Pat Miser and Joan Hannan, Zonta President Connie Cooper, Hi-Ed Executive Director Matt Platz, Hi-Ed Program Director Raynee Wilkinson and Zonta Treasurer Reva Lowry.
The Zonta Club of the Corry Area contributed $1,000 to the Corry Higher-Education Council to sponsor the 21st Century Girls program. The four-day program gives girls who have just completed seventh or eighth grade an opportunity to explore STEM-related activities, tour businesses, tour Penn State Behrend and make new friends. On the last day, members of Zonta are invited to have lunch and get to know the participants.
The Zonta Club of the Corry Area presented checks to nonprofits in Corry City Park on Wednesday, June 28. Safe Journey received $300 for domestic violence and $500 for its teen dating violence program. The Salvation Army of Corry received $500 for its Love in a Bag program, in conjunction with the Corry Area School District.
From left are Zonta Treasurer Reva Lowry, Michelle Evans of Safe Journey, Maj. Ron Heimbrock of the Corry Salvation Army and Zonta member Joan Hannan. Zonta raises the money through its annual car/cash raffle.
The Zonta Club of the Corry Area presented checks to nonprofits in Corry City Park on Wednesday, June 28. The Corry Public Library received $300 for its children’s programs and Love in the Name of Christ received $300.
From left are Zonta member Pat Munn, Zonta President Connie Cooper, library Director Melissa Froah, Love INC. Executive Director Amy Hromek and Zonta members Pat Miser and Joan Hannan. Missing from the photo is a representative from the Corry Fine Arts Auxiliary, which received $300.