NETWORK FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE

Educate, Engage, Activate

Women’s History Month Honoree 2023: Caroline Crocker Otis & Elizabeth Mooney

When Caroline Crocker Otis and Elizabeth Mooney moved to Winchester in 2010 and 2021, respectively, they were drawn to the area by the promise of a warm community feel and great schools.  When their children enrolled in Lynch Elementary School, both women got involved as volunteers with the Lynch Parents Association. Elizabeth became involved with … Read more

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