STAY Welcomes Former Clients, Volunteers For 25th Anniversary Dinner
Press release from Services to Adult and Youth
(Harrison, Oh.) – Are you a former client of STAY? Perhaps you served on the non-profit’s Board of Directors or worked for the organization? Maybe you’re a past donor or community member interested in how the organization helps our community?
STAY (Services to Adult and Youth), Inc. will soon be celebrating a 25th anniversary and are seeking people who have a connection with or interest in the organization. “Unfortunately, over the years we’ve lost contact with many of the people we’ve served, either due to people moving or changing surnames through marital status,” explains Ginny Hizer, executive director of STAY.
“We’re hoping people will share the news that we’re celebrating our silver anniversary, as we’d love to catch up with our former clients and Board members,” adds Hizer. “The event is really a way for us to showcase all of the accomplishments and to appreciate the support and encouragement that has made such achievements possible.”
STAY’s 25th anniversary is slated for Friday, September 19, at The Woodlands Reception Center’s North Hall, 9680 Cilley Road, Cleves. A “meet and greet” begins at 6:45 p.m., with dinner and program beginning at 7:15 p.m. The program will end by 9 p.m., followed by a DJ and dancing.
WKRC anchor and reporter Bob Herzog will emcee the event, which is free. Business attire is appropriate and a cash bar will be available. For more information, please call STAY at (513) 367-1441 or email [email protected]. Deadline for reservations is Tuesday, Sept. 2.