October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and A New Hope Center in Owego is promoting that awareness through a series of events.
On October 9th, A New Hope Center is holding Purple Pooches on Parade. The event allows pets and their owners to walk together to raise awareness of domestic violence. The parade will begin at 11am at the New Hope Center offices on Church Street in Owego. It is free to participate.
On October 14th, A New Hope Center is holding its annual “Little Black Dress” event at Tioga Downs. The event will run from 6-8pm and include dinner, entertainment, and raffles. Tickets to the fundraiser are $35 and can be purchased at A New Hope Center or online at EventBright.com.
Domestic Violence Awareness continues at A New Hope Center on October 20th at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Main Street in Owego with a candle light vigil at 6pm.
Then on October 23rd, the 2nd annual Fashion Show Fundraiser is being held at the Moose Lodge in Owego. The event is sponsored by Up the Creek Ladies Consignment Boutique.
More information on any of these events and more can be found on A New Hope Center’s website and Facebook page or by calling A New Hope Center at (607) 687-6866.
You may also stop by A New Hope Center at 20 Church Street in Owego at any time this month to pick up a free purple ribbon to raise awareness of domestic violence.
Danielle from A New Hope Center joined us on today’s WEBO Morning Show to tell us more. The full interview with Danielle can be heard below.
The Tioga County Chamber of Commerce is holding Business show on Thursday, October 6th from 10am until noon at the Owego Treadway Conference Center. Over 100 businesses will be in attendance of the event with information on the products and services they offer. The show is held to promote inter-business interaction, but is open to the general public as well. Tickets are available at the Tioga County Chamber of Commerce and at business show sponsor locations. You can contact the Tioga County Chamber of Commerce by call them at (607) 687-2020, or by dropping by their offices at 80 North Avenue in Owego.
Gwen Kania and Lisa Grant of the Tioga County Chamber of Commerce joined us on today’s WEBO Morning Show to tell us more. The full interview can be heard below.