On Saturday, July 22, 2017, the United Methodist Women (UMW) met in the Fellowship Hall to kick-off an ambitious project to keep 500 girls in school.   We sewed, pinned, cut, and ironed material for sanitary kits under the direction of Social Action Chairperson, Sharleen Bennett.   The organization, Days for Girls, provided the pattern for the kits and will distribute them in foreign countries where girls do not have access to sanitary products. As a result, the girls must stay home from school.   The women who attended the work day were able to fellowship together while working on the kits.  At the end of the day, there was a  feeling of accomplishment.  Please consider joining us for our next work day in September.  Everyone is invited to be part of this worthy project.