Sweetheart Dance coming Feb. 11

The time is approaching for the annual Haynes House of Hope Sweetheart Dance. The dance’s fifth year kicks off in the ballroom at the Forum, Feb. 11 with dinner and dancing to a live band. This major fundraiser for the house of hope begins at 5:30 p.m. with a cash bar until dinner starts at 7 p.m. The buffet style dinner lasts until 8 p.m. when the dancing starts continuing until 11 p.m. Returning for the evening is the band ‘Standing Room Only.’

The cost of the event remains $40 for a single or $75 per couple. The evening will also feature a silent auction.

Tickets are available at the Forum on East Potter Avenue ; TD Bank on Main Street and the Pine Grove Diner on Quaker Street.

Proceeds go to help support the continued operation of the Haynes House of Hope a comfort care home in South Granville serving western Rutland County of Vermont and eastern Washington County. For more information call 642-1626.

The Haynes House of Hope is a not-for-profit home for the terminally ill at no cost to the resident.

Family members are welcome to stay at the home to be near their loved one. Qualified nursing care is available around the clock.

Trained volunteers are the main source of care givers who find the donation of their time a gratifying experience.

We welcome volunteers to choose a time slot that is comfortable for them which can be once a month or a four hour shift any time several times a month. Interested volunteers should call executive director Janelle Clark at 642-8155.

The Haynes House of Hope is open to residents of Washington County, neighboring communities in Vermont and all local communities nearby in New York.

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