Boots 'n Bling
Boots 'n Bling is April 12th
Turning Point Advocacy Services has set the date for its premiere annual event, Boots n Bling.
The event will be held Friday, April 12, at the Aspen Center in Innsbrook. Doors open at 6 p.m.
This years guest speaker is the Honorable Kelly Boniec. Broniec, an associate circuit judge in Montgomery County, handles a variety court cases. She was an assistant prosecutor in Montgomery County and served as the countys elected prosecutor for seven years.
As a guest speaker, she will discuss her experience in prosecuting and hearing cases in family, criminal and civil law that connect with Turning Points work as advocates and educators in sexual abuse.
Guests at Boots n Bling will enjoy dinner, live auction, and dancing. Every guest who brings an item from the shelters wish list will receive a raffle ticket for prizes. The shelters complete wish list is available at Turning Point's website and Facebook page.
To reserve a seat or table, or to donate, call 636-456-1186, visit turningpointdvs.com, or find Turningpointwmo on Facebook.
Turning Point operates primarily on grants and donations to provide shelter and support services to victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse and sex trafficking. The organization serves Warren, Montgomery, Franklin, Gasconade, Lincoln and western St. Charles counties.
During February, in recognition of Valentines Day, Turning Point has been posting love statements on its Facebook page. Please like and share your favorite statements.
ABOUT TURNING POINT
Turning Point serves individuals and families in Franklin, Gasconade, Lincoln, Montgomery, Warren and western St. Charles counties. Turning Points goal is to help survivors and their children overcome the cycle of abuse.
Turning Point provides a 24/7 hotline, emergency shelter, court advocacy, safety planning, economic empowerment, counseling and resource education to victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse and sex trafficking.
In 2018 Turning Point provided services to 405 adults and children and answered 685 hotline calls.
For help, call the hotline at 888-873-7233. For more information or to donate, call 636-456-1186, visit turningpointdvs.com, or find Turningpointwmo on Facebook.
Turning Points vision is to help create a just culture of nonviolence, where people are equally valued, and where healthy relationships and self-worth flourish.
Innsbrook Aspen Center (View)
1 Aspen Circle Drive
Wright City, MO 63390
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|