Madison County Shriners donate to local groups


The Madison County Shrine Club presented Madison County organizations with contributions for their programs Wednesday night. Receiving donations were Community Stitches, represented by Liz Lassell; Sufficient Grace, represented by Tracy Kronk; Access Cowling, represented by Amy Rees; and Food Through Faith, represented by Ruth Peters. The presentations were made during the Shrine Club’s monthly meeting at the Red Brick Tavern in Lafayette. Pictured with the recipients are Shrine member Gary Peters, who presented the checks, President Gary Peters and vice president Roger Morris.


Gary Brock | The Madison Press

The Madison County Shrine Club presented Madison County organizations with contributions for their programs Wednesday night. Receiving donations were Community Stitches, represented by Liz Lassell; Sufficient Grace, represented by Tracy Kronk; Access Cowling, represented by Amy Rees; and Food Through Faith, represented by Ruth Peters. The presentations were made during the Shrine Club’s monthly meeting at the Red Brick Tavern in Lafayette. Pictured with the recipients are Shrine member Gary Peters, who presented the checks, President Gary Peters and vice president Roger Morris.

The Madison County Shrine Club presented Madison County organizations with contributions for their programs Wednesday night. Receiving donations were Community Stitches, represented by Liz Lassell; Sufficient Grace, represented by Tracy Kronk; Access Cowling, represented by Amy Rees; and Food Through Faith, represented by Ruth Peters. The presentations were made during the Shrine Club’s monthly meeting at the Red Brick Tavern in Lafayette. Pictured with the recipients are Shrine member Gary Peters, who presented the checks, President Gary Peters and vice president Roger Morris.
http://www.madison-press.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/09/web1_Londonmasonspiccol-1.jpgThe Madison County Shrine Club presented Madison County organizations with contributions for their programs Wednesday night. Receiving donations were Community Stitches, represented by Liz Lassell; Sufficient Grace, represented by Tracy Kronk; Access Cowling, represented by Amy Rees; and Food Through Faith, represented by Ruth Peters. The presentations were made during the Shrine Club’s monthly meeting at the Red Brick Tavern in Lafayette. Pictured with the recipients are Shrine member Gary Peters, who presented the checks, President Gary Peters and vice president Roger Morris. Gary Brock | The Madison Press