Merchants Guild's Ladies Night Out benefits Safe Homes of Orange County


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For the seventh consecutive year Ladies Night, held this past August, also benefited Safe Homes of Orange County, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to eliminate all forms of domestic violence through education, outreach and providing services to individuals and families affected by domestic abuse. And on Tuesday, Sept. 26, Corrine Iurato, chair of Ladies Night Out, and Kellyann Kostyal-Larrier, executive director of Safe Homes of Orange County, posed for a symbolic presentation of a check for $1,000, proceeds from the annual event. In addition Blarney Stone Restaurant contribute $200 and Etched in Time Engraving gave $175.

Photo by Roger Gavan



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