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SafeHaven Legacy of Women Awards Luncheon 2016

Wednesday, October 12

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    Discussing the SafeHaven of Tarrant County's Legacy of Women Luncheon with Keeli McNair, Director of Marketing and Communications for SafeHaven of Tarrant County, and Karla Andrews, Event Co-Chair for SafeHaven’s Legacy of Women Luncheon. The Luncheon will be held on Wednesday, October 12, with Keynote Speaker Terry Bradshaw. (Published Monday, Sept. 12, 2016)

    Join NBC 5's Deborah Ferguson, NFL Hall of Fame Legend, Terry Bradshaw, and SafeHaven of Tarrant County at the 24th Annual Legacy of Women Awards Luncheon on Wednesday, October 12, as we honor 10 women for their achievements and service throughout Tarrant County. The Legacy of Women Award recognizes remarkable women in Tarrant County, for their commitment, achievements, initiative, impact and overwhelming contributions to the community. Plan to be inspired by Terry Bradshaw’s message, “Why Not Your Best.”  All proceeds from the event will provide support to families who seek safety from domestic violence with SafeHaven’s comprehensive services.  

    Luncheon Honorees are listed below:  

    Sissy Day
    Texas Petition Strategies

    Fonda Martin
    Arts Council Northeast

    Mayor Betsy Price
    City of Fort Worth

    Alice Puente
    Alice & Buddy Puente Foundation

    Lynda Railsback
    Friends of the Arts

    Lynda Sanders
    Colleyville Women’s Club

    Shonda Schaefer
    GRACE

    Nancy Tice
    Arlington Museum of Art

    Renova Williams
    Community Volunteer

    Sharen Wilson
    Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney

    SafeHaven of Tarrant County’s mission is to end domestic violence through safety, support, prevention and social change. The organization provides the only two shelters in Tarrant County specifically for victims of domestic violence.

    For 40 years, SafeHaven has served victims of domestic violence in Fort Worth, Arlington and surrounding areas. The nonprofit provides safety, shelter and support needed to enable women and their children to rebuild safe, independent lives. Vital services include two 24-hour emergency shelters, a 24-hour crisis hotline, counseling, legal services, children’s programs, education, community outreach and prevention programs. Thousands of women and children have benefitted from SafeHaven’s shelters and services, at no cost, with the ultimate goal being to end domestic violence.

    For more information and to reserve your space today, visit www.safehaventc.org or call 817-502-7132.

    SafeHaven Legacy of Women Awards Luncheon
    Wednesday, October 12
    10:00 AM – Mimosa Reception and Raffle
    11:30 AM – Luncheon
    Historic Hilton Downtown Fort Worth
    815 Main Street
    Fort Worth
    www.safehaventc.org
    817-502-7132

    SafeHaven 24 Hour Hotline - 1-877-701-SAFE (7233)

    See photos from the event here.