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2017 Heritage and Holly Historical Home Tour

Dove, Inc. is honored to have been selected to carry on the traditions of the Annual Heritage & Holly Tour.  NWRAPS, Near Westside Restoration and Preservation Society,  has hosted this event for 26 years. The annual tour focuses on architectural treasures, local history and Decatur community restoration. When looking for an organization to be the event’s future sponsor, NWRAPS approached their neighbor, Dove, Inc.  Dove, Inc. Governing Board President, Rev. Jason Butterick, states, "It’s a good fit, focusing on restoring area homes and families inside and out." Dove, Inc. plans to continue the event as an annual fundraiser to support local programs.
 

The 2017 event will be held the weekend after Thanksgiving, Friday, November 24, 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday the 25th, from noon to 6:00 p.m.

 
$18 Advance Tickets are available at the following locations through Noon, November 22:

  • All Things Beautiful, 219 N. Main Street
  • Dove, 302 S. Union Street and 788 E. Clay Street
  • Land of Lincoln Credit Union, 4850 Prosperity Place, 3130 E. Mound Road, 2890 N. Oakland Ave., 151 N. 22nd Street and 1435 N. Water Street
  • Novel Ideas, 480 E. Main Street
  • Wildflour Artisan Bakery, 256 W. Main Street (who can accept Debit/Credit cards)

To link to the online site, visit the Volunteer page on www.doveinc.org



First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 250 W. Decatur, is the first stop of the tour and a $20 day-of-event ticket can be purchased there. The tour will feature eight stops, decorated for the Holiday Season in the Historic West End of Decatur. 



Thanks to our sponsors, WDKR WXFM and NSU, Network Solutions Unlimited.



Dove, Inc. is a social service agency serving Central Illinois for 47 years with the current programs: BABES, MAX and DAX, Homeward Bound, Children’s Clothing Room, RSVP and the Domestic Violence Program.



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