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Cass Clay YWCA honors 11 women

Eleven area women received 2005 Women of the Year awards at the annual YWCA Cass Clay banquet. The 2005 award recipients are: Sandra Miles for art/communication; Rhonda King for business; Jodee Bock for business that empowers women; Bessie Askew ...

Eleven area women received 2005 Women of the Year awards at the annual YWCA Cass Clay banquet.

The 2005 award recipients are: Sandra Miles for art/communication; Rhonda King for business; Jodee Bock for business that empowers women; Bessie Askew for community service; Betty Dahm Patterson for education; Linda Schroeder for faith community; Ardis Sandvig for the Florence Reed Owens Award; Mary Jo Richard for volunteer service; Vi Deilke for wellness; Eleanor Wilking for Young Woman of Tomorrow 15-19; and Sara Jo Berge for Young Woman of Tomorrow 19-25.

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