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DeCozen Supports ‘Share Your Light’ Project

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The Woman’s Club of Verona, represented by Alissa Randall and co-chairs Mickey Lawrence and Joann Theobald, is extremely grateful for DeCozen Chrysler Jeep Dodge’s very generous $1,000 donation in support of the club’s “Share Your Light” project. Pictured with the club’s co-chairs are Mike Cerino, Jerry Cerino and Nick Cerino, partners at DeCozen.

“Share Your Light” will be held this year on Saturday, December 12. The Woman’s Club of Verona and the Juniorettes are selling kits of luminaries to be displayed that night on residents’ curbs, sidewalks and driveways, as well as the town square, to create a ribbon of light symbolizing neighborhood unity.

Co-Presidents Linnea Mathers and Kathy Mortara said that DeCozen’s generosity is especially appreciated at this time when fundraising is much more difficult. The Woman’s Club of Verona supports local food pantries, women’s shelters, Verona’s Rescue Squad, Library, Fire Department, and Children’s Fund, and also provides scholarships to Verona students.

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Be on the lookout for the “Share Your Light” flyer, which will be mailed to all Verona homes. If you would like to support “Share Your Light” with a donation or to purchase a kit, please visit the club’s website at www.womansclub ofverona.com.

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