Ladies Night Out Promises Food, Fun & Fellowship – Benefit Promotes American Heritage Girls Program

   Written by on December 7, 2017 at 12:54 pm

CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE – All community women are invited to attend a Ladies Night Out! Food, fellowship and music will rule the evening, and door prizes from local vendors and leaders will be drawn throughout the night. Topping off this event will be a Thirty-One party to benefit the local American Heritage Girls troop.  Meet local business women Linda Snyder from YummyTown Handmade Treats, Anita Gunther from Mary Kay, Yvette Perrin of Sister P’s Reloved Art n Pieces, Sandy Lester from Tom’s Home Décor, and Katy Clarke from The Painted Palm. Bryll Thompson will be the Thirty-One Consultant for this event. Wendy Lankford from the local Barksdale Foundation and Amy Carwile from Arch Lynn Farm will be among our honored guests.

This free, fun-filled night is sponsored by American Heritage Girls Local Troop #0511. American Heritage Girls is the premier national character development organization for girls ages 5 to 18 that embraces Christian values and encourages family involvement. The local troop is accepting members, volunteers and group leaders.  Local troop coordinator and other volunteers involved with the organization will be available throughout the evening to answer questions or sign up new members.

Please, come join the party and bring a friend! The fun starts at 6:30 p.m. at Grace Community Church, 515 George Washington Highway, Charlotte Court House, next to Dollar General. For more information call Patricia Johnson at 434-547-6514.

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