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Byline: Mary Bradberry
As I entered the Lampp Room of the Englewood United Methodist Church Sept. 20, I couldn't help but wonder who was minding the store. It seemed that all the people who keep Englewood's nonprofit groups and service agencies running were seated around a large table in the center of the room.
There was Kathy Roach, who administers the Englewood Helping Hand program, which distributes food to our area's hungry. Seated beside her was Debi Bell, who does such a fine job with the Charlotte County Families First Program. Laurie Schnaufer, who is dedicated to helping victims of domestic violence through her organization, Domestic Abuse Shelter Home, and Kay Tvaroch, who represents the Center for Abuse and Rape Emergencies, were also …