Mary Elizabeth Grimes was honored by the Incarnate Word Foundation with an Incarnate Word Leadership Award for her leadership and mentoring activities at Marian Middle School, where she serves as president. The foundation’s goal is to continue the caring mission of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word with programs that serve the economically poor, women, children and elderly.
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