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Habitat for Humanity hosting ‘Hard Hats & High Heels’ benefit in Alexandria

Hard Hats and High Heels coming on March 22, 2014 at 7 p.m.
Hard Hats and High Heels coming on March 22, 2014 at 7 p.m.
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Alexandria, La- Habitat for humanity is announcing its "Hard Hats and High Heels" benefit to be held at the Alexandria Riverfront Center for 7 p.m on March 22, 2014. This is a traditional benefit for Rapides Habitat for Humanity that is being presented by the Red River Bank and also is being sponsored by Roy O. Martin and Capital One Bank.

Tickets are now on sale for $40.00 per person. There will be live music by Heavy Hors d'oeuvres and Harmon Drew and the Super Group as well ad drinks and dancing. A cash bar will be on site, and the event calls for cocktail attire.

You can contact Connie Cooper, Chief Executive Officer for Rapides at ccooper.habitat@gmail.com or by calling 318-449-9804. You may also visit the website at habitat4humanity.us for more information.

Rapides Habitat for Humanity works to provide needy families with safe, affordable and decent housing through its partnerships and with the families being sponsored. This organization couples with the community to build and buy homes at no cost to the homeowner, and it is a nonprofit organization.

Rapides Habitat for Humanity's mission consists of helping families, and they are doing a lot more than providing a roof over the heads of their families. They do this out of love and concern for their brothers and sisters in Christ, and believe what they do is put this love into action.

This organization says that, "It has been proven that clean, decent, consistent housing provides stability for the entire family, especially children. It enables families to establish a sense of dignity and pride which expands their educational and employment prospects. Placing families in viable housing improves the families' overall health, as well as their physical safety and security. It's a win-win situation for the individual families as well as our community."

They also went on to state that, "Home ownership stimulates civic activism and community-based organizations to develop. An overall social stability and security increases when overall housing improves. It is obvious that adequate housing is vital to the health and economic well being of Central Louisiana."

If you want to be a part of this amazing miracle that changes the lives of families in your neighborhood or city then make sure that you attend the “Hard Hats & High Heels” benefit. It will be a good time with great entertainment, and it is for an amazing cause.

Hard Hats and High Heels

7 p.m. March 22, 2014

$40.00 per person (Tickets on Sale!)

ALEXANDRIA RIVERFRONT CENTER

707 Main St.

Alexandria, LA 71301

Connie Cooper 318-449-9804

ccooper.habitat@gmail.com

We will see you there!