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Davis family donates $5,000 to Stonecroft Ministries
The family of Marcia Davis presents a donation check to Stonecroft Ministries. From left: Davis' sister, JoAnn Eberle; Kari Fernstaedt and Marcia Blumer, accepting the donation on behalf of Stonecroft; daughter Robin Apold; mother Gudrun Kundert; husband Doc Davis; and son and daughter-in-law Russ and Susan Davis. (Photo supplied)
MONROE - The family of Marcia Davis donated $5,000 to Stonecroft Ministries. The donation, given in Davis' memory, was presented on Feb. 17 at the Stateline Women's Connection luncheon at Peppercorn Banquets.

Davis attended the first Stonecroft luncheon in Monroe more than 45 years ago and had been active at the local and regional levels until she died from cancer in December.

The donation will be used to train, support and provide evangelism and Stonecroft Bible study resources to volunteers around the globe.

Stonecroft Ministries was founded 78 years ago as a dinner program in which the gospel of Jesus Christ was presented to career women in cities across America. Now, Stonecroft volunteers across the U.S. and in more than 35 countries use Stonecroft materials.

Stonecroft is a 501(c)3 non-denominational nonprofit organization. The local group, Stateline Women's Connection meets at 12:30 p.m. on the second or third Wednesday of each month at Peppercorn Banquets. All women are invited to attend.

The next luncheon is March 16. More information can be found on the Stateline Women's Connection Facebook page.