The Board of Directors of the House of Hope of Warren County wish to extend four very special BRAVOs to the Warren community in response to the recent fundraiser held on our behalf, An Evening on the Allegheny.
BRAVO to Rich and Dorothy Geer, Pat Hesch and their planning committee members. Your heart for the work of House of Hope, your vision to partner with us to get the House up and running, and the many, many hours of work that went into organizing this incredible evening are so much appreciated. Words are inadequate to express our deep gratitude to you all.
BRAVO to the manager of the Conewango Club, Mike Trojanowski, and the members of your staff. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful facility with us, and for your gracious hospitality in handling all the many details that went into making this evening such a success. Everything was perfect!
BRAVO to artist Jack Puluh, and to all the businesses, organizations, and individuals who donated both their time and their treasure to support House of Hope for this event. Your generosity was truly overwhelming. The auctions were great fun, and a huge success in every way.
And finally, BRAVO to everyone who attended An Evening on the Allegheny. The atmosphere of warmth and gracious support that filled the lovely rooms of the Conewango Club were such an inspiration for us personally, and especially for the girls who were able to attend. Thank you for believing with us that God has a "hope and a future" (Jeremiah 29:11) for the girls of Warren County Jail. We continue to ask for your prayers as we work toward making this vision a reality in our community.
Grace Zerbe Wright, chairperson
Board of Directors of the House of Hope
of Warren County