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Hospitality House Pig Pickin' Tuesday PDF Print
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Friday, 25 July 2014 09:41

Hospitality House is rolling out the welcome mat for its Ashe County neighbors, friends and supporters on Tuesday July 29. Serving Ashe County for nearly twenty years, Hospitality House is hosting an Old-Fashioned Pig Pickin’ and Open House to thank the Ashe County community and Board of Commissioners for their support.
“It is a privilege to serve the fine folks of Ashe County,” states Hospitality House director of development and Ashe County resident Todd Carter. “As a member of the Ashe County Coalition for the Homeless, I am acutely aware of the issues facing low-income and at-risk families in Ashe. It is a blessing that we are able to provide housing, nutrition and prevention services to them.”
Hospitality House has been serving Ashe County since 1995. In 2013 they provided 3,209 nights of shelter, food and life-changing services to Ashe County’s homeless population, 79% of which are women and children. Long-term success is made possible through the Transitional Housing, Family Housing and Supportive Housing programs that Hospitality House offers.
The Old-Fashioned Pig Pickin’ includes an all-day open house with lunch from 11:30AM-1:30PM and dinner from 5:30-7:30PM. Ebenezer Community Church will be providing music along with Keith Noblett and the Traveling Thunders. First Baptist Church West Jefferson is organizing a “Taste Buddies” trip and Bald Mountain Baptist Church is bringing youth and missions groups to the event. Churches, individuals and civic groups are encouraged to come any time before lunch or dinner and take a tour of the Hospitality House facilities and multiple gardens.
“We are inviting everyone to this free community event,” states Carter. “Whether you are a current supporter, past supporter or just curious about what we do, we welcome you all to eat some great barbecue and listen to live music with us.”
Hospitality House, located at 338 Brook Hollow Road in Boone, is an easy drive down Highway 221 to 421, just off Bamboo Road before you get into Boone.
For further information, please contact Todd Carter at 828.264.1237 ext. 107 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  To learn more about Hospitality House, visit them online at www.HospHouse.org.
Hospitality House is rolling out the welcome mat for its Ashe County neighbors, friends and supporters on Tuesday July 29. Serving Ashe County for nearly twenty years, Hospitality House is hosting an Old-Fashioned Pig Pickin’ and Open House to thank the Ashe County community and Board of Commissioners for their support.
“It is a privilege to serve the fine folks of Ashe County,” states Hospitality House director of development and Ashe County resident Todd Carter. “As a member of the Ashe County Coalition for the Homeless, I am acutely aware of the issues facing low-income and at-risk families in Ashe. It is a blessing that we are able to provide housing, nutrition and prevention services to them.”
Hospitality House has been serving Ashe County since 1995. In 2013 they provided 3,209 nights of shelter, food and life-changing services to Ashe County’s homeless population, 79% of which are women and children. Long-term success is made possible through the Transitional Housing, Family Housing and Supportive Housing programs that Hospitality House offers.
The Old-Fashioned Pig Pickin’ includes an all-day open house with lunch from 11:30AM-1:30PM and dinner from 5:30-7:30PM. Ebenezer Community Church will be providing music along with Keith Noblett and the Traveling Thunders. First Baptist Church West Jefferson is organizing a “Taste Buddies” trip and Bald Mountain Baptist Church is bringing youth and missions groups to the event. Churches, individuals and civic groups are encouraged to come any time before lunch or dinner and take a tour of the Hospitality House facilities and multiple gardens.
“We are inviting everyone to this free community event,” states Carter. “Whether you are a current supporter, past supporter or just curious about what we do, we welcome you all to eat some great barbecue and listen to live music with us.”
Hospitality House, located at 338 Brook Hollow Road in Boone, is an easy drive down Highway 221 to 421, just off Bamboo Road before you get into Boone.
For further information, please contact Todd Carter at 828.264.1237 ext. 107 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  To learn more about Hospitality House, visit them online at www.HospHouse.org.

  
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