The open house welcomes all past, current, and future volunteers, donors, and partners. It also provides the opportunity for individuals, organizations, and companies to learn more about services provided and how they can become involved.
Attendees will have the chance to meet staff and board members, learn more about the partnership, and see the renovated office space. Refreshments will be provided.
“We want to educate our community members about the Center for Domestic Peace, REACH of Macon County, and our partnership to provide services to Jackson County,” said Destri Leger, Jackson County Outreach and Development Coordinator.
Guest speakers including Jackson County Commission Chairman Brian McMahan and Chairman Ali Laird-Large will discuss the history of domestic and sexual violence services provided in Jackson County.
For more information, call 828.586.8969.