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Abington Journal/Aliah Roseman Ellen Clauss, 19, of Lake Ariel, a freshman at Marywood University, left, and Grace Morrissey, 19, Binghamton, N.Y., a sophomore at Marywood University, present information for Marywood's P.E.A.C.E. at Everything Natural, Clarks Summit. The club is selling handmade African purses to raise funds for Marywood's P.E.A.C.E.(People Encouraging A Cooperative Environment) club and daakye. Each bag sold sends a child from Ghana to school for one week. As of April 28, Clauss and Morrissey surpassed their goal of selling 50 purses and have sold 61. The purses range in size from wallets for $15, cross body bags for $24 and totes for $30. For more information on daakye, visit daakye.com and visit facebook.com/MarywoodPeaceClub for updates.
Abington Journal/Aliah Roseman Ellen Clauss, 19, of Lake Ariel, a freshman at Marywood University, left, and Grace Morrissey, 19, Binghamton, N.Y., a sophomore at Marywood University, present information for Marywood's P.E.A.C.E. at Everything Natural, Clarks Summit. The club is selling handmade African purses to raise funds for Marywood's P.E.A.C.E.(People Encouraging A Cooperative Environment) club and daakye. Each bag sold sends a child from Ghana to school for one week. As of April 28, Clauss and Morrissey surpassed their goal of selling 50 purses and have sold 61. The purses range in size from wallets for $15, cross body bags for $24 and totes for $30. For more information on daakye, visit daakye.com and visit facebook.com/MarywoodPeaceClub for updates.
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Ellen Clauss, 19, of Lake Ariel, a freshman at Marywood University, left, and Grace Morrissey, 19, Binghamton, N.Y., a sophomore at Marywood University, hosted a stand set at Everything Natural, Clarks Summit. The club is selling handmade African purses to raise funds for Marywood’s P.E.A.C.E.(People Encouraging A Cooperative Environment) club and daakye. Each bag sold sends a child from Ghana to school for one week. As of April 28, Clauss and Morrissey surpassed their goal of selling 50 purses and have sold 61. The purses range in size from wallets for $15, cross body bags for $24 and totes for $30. For more information on daakye, visit daakye.com and visit facebook.com/MarywoodPeaceClub for updates.


From each tote sold, $14 will stay with the P.E.A.C.E. club, $5 will go toward purse materials and toward daakye expansion and $6 will go toward a child’s education


From each cross body sold, $8 will stay with the P.E.A.C.E. club, $5 will go toward purse materials and toward daakye expansion and $6 will go toward a child’s education


From each wallet sold, $2 will stay with the P.E.A.C.E. club, $5 will go toward purse materials,$2 will go toward daakye expansion and $6 will go toward a child’s education


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