Usher in the Holiday Season at the Friends of WomenSafe Annual Christmas Tea on December 9

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You are cordially invited to usher in the holiday season at the Friends of WomenSafe annual Christmas Tea, Sunday afternoon December 9th, in the Banquet Room at St. Mary’s, 401 North Street in Chardon. The theme this year is Christmas Traditions. Jenilee Taylor, an award-winning speaker, will talk about various Christmas traditions – how they started, what they mean, and why we continue to practice them today.

The doors will open at 1:00 p.m. so you can buy tickets to win great gift raffle items. This will be the last opportunity to purchase Quilt Raffle tickets for a lovely handmade quilt. You can find holiday decorations or get a start on your holiday shopping at our Holiday Sales Table featuring unique hand-made items. The three course tea service begins at 1:30, catered by UpScale Eats. Thanks to the generous support of Dr. Jeffrey Cameron, Lake Health and Klarich Farms ticket prices remain at only $45.00 per adult and $20 for children 12 and under, providing a special menu for children. Gluten free, vegan and vegetarian plates available upon request. Make your reservations online at Friends of WomenSafe.

Click on the reservations link to pay by credit card or call 440-285-3741 to make reservations in person without using a credit card.

Friends of WomenSafe is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation with the sole mission of generating unrestricted funds for WomenSafe. For over thirty-eight years WomenSafe has provided support services to families plagued by domestic violence throughout Northeast Ohio. Since our inception in 2007 FOW has given $385,000 to WomenSafe to further their most important work. By supporting our fundraising efforts you become part of the solution.

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