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City Center donates to Operation Homefront
Corrie Connor, left, Operation Homefront assistant, Al Smith, operations and banquet manager, Richmond Hill City Center, Christina Anthony, Operation Homefront/Military Outreach Family Services director of Liberty County, and Christina Waters, conference and catering manager at Richmond Hill City Center. - photo by Photo provided.
On behalf of Richmond Hill City Center and The Wilderman Group, Conference and Catering Manager Christina Waters presented a check for $1,025 to Operation Homefront/Georgia last week.
The contribution was presented as a donation from the highly successful Elegance in the Park bridal show held at Richmond Hill City Center on Aug. 28.
Operation Homefront was chosen for its nationwide support of service members and wounded warriors. Donations to Operation Homefront help provide emergency financial and morale assistance to our troops, their families and wounded warriors when they return home. Donations also help with transitional housing for wounded warriors and their families as well as providing morale programs for military children and military wives.
Elegance in the Park was a showcase for dozens of local vendors that presented ideas and tips to brides and their families in preparation of their upcoming wedding. More than 200 people gathered at Richmond Hill City Center to spend time with professional wedding and event planners from photographers and florists to eco-friendly alternatives to the culinary delights of Executive Chef Kermit Griffin of Richmond Hill City Center.
According to Waters, the event was organized to “help the bride and her family capture the personality of a wedding and to create the wedding of their dreams. From a full-service wedding planner to an elegant bridal fashion show, we wanted to help make such an important event stress-free, affordable and convenient.”
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