San Jose State University Wives Club holds final meeting after 100 years

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Saturday, September 26, 2015
Members of the San Jose State University Faculty Wives' Clubhold final meeting, Spet. 25, 2015.
Members of the San Jose State University Faculty Wives' Clubhold final meeting, Spet. 25, 2015.
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LOS GATOS, Calif. (KGO) -- After 100 years, the San Jose State University Faculty Wives Club held its last meeting Friday.

The club dedicates its efforts to raising money for a scholarship program to help students who need it most.

The funds come from donations and other events the club hosts. This school year, four students each received $4,000 scholarships. They're grateful for all the club has done for their education.

"What they give us more than I think they know," said San Jose State University student Kanotha Kamau-Devers. "It really helps me get through the day, to be rewarded for working hard just brings a smile to my face."

The Wives Club hopes to continue its monthly dinner get-togethers after day's meeting.