Mennonite Church presents $1,400 to Boys & Girls Club
The Ambler Mennonite Church has presented Kelly Kreamer-curtis, director of the Wissahickon Valley Boys & Girls Club, with a check for $1,400.
The money was raised April 1 from ticket sales for a dinner held at the church located in Ambler. The Ambler Mennonite Church is also home to the Wissahickon Valley Boys & Girls Club’s free homework program, Project Learn, which serves more than 40 students every weekday.
The church’s Pennsylvania Dutch Dinner featured delicious foods including chicken pot pie, coleslaw, applesauce, and shoofly pie, and is a popular annual tradition in Ambler.
“Ambler Mennonite Church has provided us with a home for the past four years,” said Robert K. Kreamer, CEO of the Boys & Girls Club. “Our students and staff want to thank everyone at the church for all they do to make our homework program a success every day, and for this generous donation.”
Left to right: Ambler Mennonite Church’s Gerald Benner, Wissahickon Valley Boys & Girls Club’s Kelly Curtis, club members, and the church’s Sally Martin, Karen Kingma, and Pastor Donna Merow.