Water with Blessings will marks its first full year with a new building

Water with Blessings, a non-profit organization which brings clean drinking water to families in developing nations, will celebrate its first full year of operations with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new building in Middletown. The ceremony will be June 23 at 4:30 p.m. at the Middletown building, 11714 Main Street.

The organization, which was previously housed in the Sister Visitor Center in West Louisville, moved to the Middletown location to accommodate its growing mission needs, a news release said.

Honored guests will include representatives from Catholic Charities of Louisville, the Sister Visitor Center and the Ursuline Sisters of Mount St. Joseph. For more information, visit www.waterwithblessings.org.

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