Posted Nov 27th, 2007 by Venus Chapman  Category: Arts & Entertainment


DECEMBER 6, 2007
Franciscan Conference Center at Lourdes College
Special Guest Host: WTVG 13 ABC Action News Anchor Lee Conklin

Toledo, Oh — November 2007–The Third annual Ladies Night Out-Holiday Gala benefiting Aurora Project Inc .will be held on Thursday, December 6th from 6:00pm to 9:00pm at the beautiful Franciscan Conference Center at Lourdes College, Sylvania.

This event is the “brain-child” of organizer Ruth Forrester. Ruth is a Financial Advisor at Hantz Financial Services, Inc. a member division of the Hantz Agency, LLC located in Maumee, Ohio.

“Ladies Night Out” has proven to be a holiday favorite for women throughout the Toledo Metropolitan area. The event features an evening surrounded by friends sipping champagne while enjoying an exquisite array of hors d’oeuvres, a “chocolate-lovers” chocolate bar and great entertainment by a local jazz ensemble. The most exciting part of the event is the participation of local merchants for that last minute holiday shopping and the chance to win a variety of raffle prizes!

Imagine….. NO parking hassles, long lines or mall frustrations-just a night out with good friends, good food, fantastic raffle prizes, GREAT FUN!!!

Tickets are $10 per person and all proceeds benefit Aurora House. Attire is your best holiday casual. For personal/table reservations, please contact the Aurora House Development Office at (419) 244-3200.

About Lee Conklin-
You can see him with Diane Larson on WTVG 13abc Action News at 5, 6, AND 11:00pm, and on Sunday mornings on the Emmy nominated public affairs program that bears his name. Conklin&Company. Lee Conklin is a 23 year broadcast veteran. He’s done it all. News, weather, sports, and in the early days of his career even did a stint as a morning show disc jockey. But it is the news business where Lee has made his mark. We are very excited to have Lee Conklin as Holiday Gala 2007 –“Ladies Night Out” host for the evening!

About the Aurora Project
Aurora offers new beginnings to homeless women and their children. It is a comprehensive program providing housing and services where women can work through the issues that led to their homelessness, build their parenting and life skills and take the time they need to make permanent, positive changes so that they will never be homeless again.

The focus at Aurora is not only on women but on their children as well. Aurora is the only facility in our area that allows mothers the opportunity to have their children live with them in a transitional setting. This way mother and child can move through the recovery process together, helping one another learn and heal.

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