Holmes County Friends and Neighbors of OneEighty – Supporting Victims of Domestic Violence presents the Holmes Country Garden Tour for 2016. The gardens selected this year are located in south central Holmes County, at the homes of Ruston and Claudia, David and Leona Hershberger and Gayle Patterson. The four gardens can be viewed from 9:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday July 9. The rain date is July 10 from 1:00-5:00. Tickets (with maps) are $25 and can be purchased in advance at The Commercial & Savings Bank and Killbuck Savings Bank locations, Rodhes IGA, and at each garden site the day of the tour. A patron breakfast will be held at The Inn at Honey Run at 9:00 on the day of the tour, featuring a speaker from the newly opened The Gardens @ Country Gatherings in Berlin, OH. Patron tickets are $50 and include a continental breakfast and admission to all the gardens. While at The Inn you are welcome to hike The Holmes County Open Air Art Museum. Garden Tour and Patron Tickets are also available by calling 330-231-1165. Proceeds from the garden tour support OneEighty, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the treatment to victims of domestic violence and the prevention of such violence in our community.
Holmes County Garden Tour Saturday, July 9
Click HERE for complete descriptions of this year's gardens.
Click above to order tickets online.
Friends & Neighbors Golf Scramble
Monday, August 1, 2016
Mohican Hills Golf Club
Mark your calendars for the 25th Annual Benefit Golf Scramble. Click HERE to view and print complete details for the event and the registration form. Spots are limited, so don't delay!
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Linda Houston has been a part of Every Woman's House since its beginning. She's also been a tireless advocate for women throughout her life. We're very proud to honor Linda with this fund in her name to help support the women, children and families served by Every Woman's House. Please consider a donation in her name. Donations may be submitted in several fashions:
By Check or Money Order: Please make payable to LCC Every Woman’s House and enter “Linda Houston Fund” in the memo section. Send checks or money orders to Liberty Center Connections, 104 Spink St., Wooster, OH 44691
Online: Please click the “Donate Here” in the Linda Houston online donation box just below and follow the PayPal directions.
In-Kind Donations: Donations of material items, goods or services may be made in Linda’s name. Donations are accepted at Liberty Center Connections, 104 Spink St., Wooster, OH 44691 or call Liberty Center Connections at (330)264-8498 to inquire.
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Every Woman’s House is participating in a community initiative to consider starting a Family Justice Center in our community.
Simply, a Family Justice Center will provide a combination of services and interventions from one location to help victims and offenders break the cycle of violence and develop healthy relationships. Many victims report that they must seek assistance from multiple agencies to break free from their abusive relationship. Some of these agencies include: Every Woman’s House, Victim’s Assistance, Police or Sheriff, Children’s Services, Job and Family Services, Metro, etc. By having these agencies work more collaboratively the result should be simpler and more effective for victims and their families.
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Mission:To promote the healing of individuals and families who experience the impact of domestic violence or sexual assault. We are committed to the prevention of these crimes.
Vision: Every Woman's House is committed to building a community free of violence where everyone is treated with respect and dignity. We collaborate and partner with other organizations and individuals in the community to end the cycle of violence. Every Woman's House will provide leadership to these efforts by staying abreast of best practices and state and national trends that will help us to be more successful in achieving our mission.
Gault Liberty Center
Every Woman's House of Liberty Center Connections is headquartered in the historic, Gault Liberty Center. The building, originally opened in 1907 as a carriage factory for the Gerstenslager Company. Gerstenslager continued building carriages until the early 1920's when they entered the automotive world and soon outgrew their factory and moved to a new facility in Wooster.
For many years, the building was a warehouse operating as the "Reed Warehouse" until the late 1990's, at which time the building was purchased, restored and transformed into a beautiful office facility to house Every Woman's House and the Wayne County Alcoholism Services (now known as STEPs at Liberty Center). Both organizations make up Liberty Center Connections.
EVERY WOMAN'S HOUSE Wayne County Office 104 Spink Street / Gault Liberty Center Wooster, Ohio 44691 Ph. 330-263-6021 Fax 330-264-3777 Open: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM*Wednesday & Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM *NOTE -- Doors open 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM, after 8:00 PM by APPOINTMENT ONLY Holmes County Office 34-C South ClaySt. Millersburg, OH 44654 Ph. 330-674-1020 Fax 330-674-1047Open: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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