Friday, June 22, 2012

Happy Summer!

Happy Summer! Right around the corner, you can enjoy a perfect summertime afternoon, at the Longcreek Winery. Join us on Sunday, July 1 for music, food and wine if you choose, all while supporting the Domestic Violence Program.

The event is from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Music will be provided by"BAM!" with the Cunninghams & Mike Lewis. These great musicians are sure to make it a fun afternoon!

There will be food available for purchase - Secret Recipes being one vendor as well as Christine Hansen who will be selling her yummy baked goods! Part of the proceeds will benefit the program.

The theme for the event is "Land of the Free, because of the Brave." There is a $10 entrance fee, but Veterans are admitted free. We hope this can be the first of your 4th of July celebrations.

 "Plan to come out on a nice summer Sunday afternoon and listen to some music, share some wine, and gather with friends - all while you are supporting Dove’s Domestic Violence Program! Hope to see you all there!", Teri Ducy, Domestic Violence Program Director

Longcreek Vineyards is located in Macon County. From Decatur, take US Route 36 east of Route 121 (Airport Road) about two miles to Long Creek Vineyards, Sebens Concrete on the left, and the Long Creek water tower to the right. Immediately east of Sebens, turn right on 70th Street. Go to the T (about a block) and turn left. It is the sixth house on the right (white with a green roof). The winery is around back. For addition information on the winery, see

This event is sponsored by Dove’s CADV, Committee Against Domestic Violence. This dedicated group of volunteers serves the Domestic Violence Program by planning fundraisers, awareness events such as the October Candlelighting Ceremony and serve as support to staff as they take care of the primary mission, providing services to domestic violence victims. Dove provides victim services to Macon, Moultrie, Piatt, Shelby and DeWitt County.

For additional information, please contact Dove at 428.6616 or

Barbara Blakey
Director of Volunteers and Community Relations

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