BIG DONATION: the 100+ Women Who Care Oceanside group presented a cheque last week for $26,400 to the Bowser Seniors Housing Society. Pictured on couch, from left, accepted the cheque on behalf of the housing society are Lee Whittaker, volunteer; Lori McWilliams, board member; Carol Cannon, board member; Eileen Beadle, past president; and Laurel Webster, board member. (Photo submitted)

Bowser Seniors Housing Society receives $26,400 donation

100+ Women Who Care Oceanside group makes latest community contribution

For their most recent community donation, the 100+ Women Who Care Oceanside group presented a cheque last week for $26,400 to the Bowser Seniors Housing Society.

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100+ Women Who Care Oceanside is a group of community-minded women who choose four charities every year to open their pocketbooks for. Each woman nominates a charity and three are drawn at random for a final vote that decides where 100 per cent of members’ donations will be directed.

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