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Hope Hopes Annual Family Pig Roast
Everyone is invited to attend the 2012 Family Pig Roast benefiting Hope Homes on September 15th from 3:00 to 6:00 pm at the Hope Center Pavilion, 2300 Call Road in Stow, OH. In addition to the guest of honor (the pig), there will be all the side dishes and cake you can eat, exciting music, valuable prizes, a silent auction, and loads of fun. More importantly, all proceeds from the event will benefit Hope Homes, a nonprofit that serves adults with developmental disabilities throughout Ohio.
Tickets are affordable: $15 for each adult and $8 for children ages 4 through 12 (children 3 and under are free). All adult tickets will be entered into a grand prize drawing to win four complimentary One-Day Disney Park Hopper passes. These passes, valued at $480.00, are valid during normal operating hours and provide admission to a magical experience at our unique theme parks: the Magic Kingdom® Park, Epcot®, Disney's Hollywood Studios™, or Disney's Animal Kingdom® for one day. Travel, meals and accommodations are NOT included.
Local businesses are encouraged to provide raffle and silent auction prizes. Three sponsor levels are also available. Sponsors will have their names on all signage, the website, and an ad in the program booklet that all attendees will take home with them.
Hope Homes is a private, charitable organization whose purpose is to develop and provide housing, residential services, support services and day programs for persons with developmental disabilities and other special needs. Staff are advocates for inclusive and self-determined ways of living, and we encourage and align with programs whose primary purpose is to provide care, housing, assistance and encouragement for people. More information about the organization and the pig roast can be found at www.hopehomes.org or you can contact Jacquie Skryzpiec, sponsor chair, at 330-329-2472 or email@example.com.
More About Hope Homes
Founded in 1966, Hope Homes provides assisted-living services to people who suffer from developmental disorders. Services range from around-the-clock personal care and meal preparation to community field trips and creative arts programs. With 22 locations across Ohio, the organization also offers respite care and nursing services.