Clay County Council on Aging gives $250,000 to Reinhold Foundation

For Clay Today
Posted 5/4/21

CLAY COUNTY -- Clay County Council on Aging, Inc. Board of Directors President, Tina Clary presents George M Egan, Trustee of the Paul E. and Klare N. Reinhold Foundation Inc. a check in the amount …

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Clay County Council on Aging gives $250,000 to Reinhold Foundation

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CLAY COUNTY -- Clay County Council on Aging, Inc. Board of Directors President, Tina Clary presents George M Egan, Trustee of the Paul E. and Klare N. Reinhold Foundation Inc. a check in the amount of $250,000 from the Clay County Council on Aging. The Reinhold Foundation will uphold their ongoing mission of benevolence to Clay County. Council on Aging has ended an era after serving Clay seniors for 47 years. The reins have now passed to Aging True Community Senior Services. Board members pictured, from left, are: John Powers, Leslie Rickabaugh, Ron Coleman, George M Egan, Trustee of the Paul E. and Klare N. Reinhold Foundation Inc, portrait of Paul E Reinhold, Board members: Tina Clary, John Boyles, Lynn Elliott and Joan Bazley.

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