Girls Night Out: 2018 Grant Recipients

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What a night of celebration it was!

Five amazing women and organizations were recognized for their commitment to give back to the greater good in their 2nd Acts!

 

Holding checks on behalf of their organizations, from left: Mikala Edwards, My Empowerment; BethAnne King Lobmiller, Breastless and Beautiful; Cori Peloso, Young Advocacy and Support; Elizabeth Ayers Cluff, Impact One; Sue Magestro.

Each received $1,000 from A 2nd Act to launch or grow their 2nd Acts!

Take a peek at the celebration.

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