Home Design Showcase benefits Advocacy Network for Children

Posted: Jul. 24, 2011 2:45 pm Updated: Jul. 15, 2014 12:15 pm


The Advocacy Network for Children's second annual Home Design Showcase held on July 15, 16 and 17.

Hundreds of people toured the new home built at 6523 Columbus Road by J & N Construction and owned by Jared and Lindsay Allensworth. Area contractors and decorators came together to showcase the finest in home décor, building ideas and fine furniture.

The Home Design Showcase Committee includes Linda Dillman, Itty Scholz, Sandy Schlepphorst, Susan Hetzler, Karina Derhake and Sue Koren.

All funds raised will be used to support the mission of Advocacy Network for Childre, which is to protect and uphold the rights of children when wrongs have been committed against them; to help abused or neglected children have safe permanent homes where they can thrive; to act as a powerful voice in these children's best interests; and to educate the public about the plight of unrepresented children within the child welfare system.



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