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Batavia Women in Business group sees success with fundraising

During a holiday luncheon Dec. 12, Batavia Women in Business celebrated raising $2,330, in part, from gift basket raffles. Accepting the gift checks were Melinda Kintz, executive director of Batavia United Way, and Roy Bailey, representing the Batavia ACCESS Toy Drive. They were flanked by members of the BWIB Council. The organization, part of the Batavia Chamber of Commerce, had 100 guests at the party. The combination of money and donated toys and gift cards was divided between the toy drive and Batavia United Way’s Adopt A Family program.
During a holiday luncheon Dec. 12, Batavia Women in Business celebrated raising $2,330, in part, from gift basket raffles. Accepting the gift checks were Melinda Kintz, executive director of Batavia United Way, and Roy Bailey, representing the Batavia ACCESS Toy Drive. They were flanked by members of the BWIB Council. The organization, part of the Batavia Chamber of Commerce, had 100 guests at the party. The combination of money and donated toys and gift cards was divided between the toy drive and Batavia United Way’s Adopt A Family program.

During a holiday luncheon Dec. 12, Batavia Women in Business celebrated raising $2,330, in part, from gift basket raffles. Accepting the gift checks were Melinda Kintz, executive director of Batavia United Way, and Roy Bailey, representing the Batavia ACCESS Toy Drive. They were flanked by members of the BWIB Council.

The organization, part of the Batavia Chamber of Commerce, had 100 guests at the party. The combination of money and donated toys and gift cards was divided between the toy drive and Batavia United Way’s Adopt A Family program.

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