Infant Welfare Society presents awards to supporters

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The Oak Park River Forest Infant Welfare Society held its annual meeting Nov. 19 at the Elmcrest Banquets in Elmwood Park. Carol Del Conte, Anne Ferri, Diane Menza and Sarah Koch-Smicklas were recognized for their hard work as co-chairs of this year's Showcase House fundraiser. The Community Leadership Award was presented to Catherine Amato and the Oak Park Department of Public Health's Family Case Management program. As a family case manager, Amato works with pregnant women and infants in the community, linking them with appropriate healthcare providers. Dr. Karen Walker received the Clinic Service Award in recognition of her 15 years with the OPRF Infant Welfare Clinic. Infant Welfare Society President Mary Anderson was presented with the Ginny Holland Award in recognition of her many years of service to The Infant Welfare Society.

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