A night of hope with Amy Grant
The annual Hope for the Future Gala took place at the Loveless Barn March 29 in support of the Hope Clinic for Women. About 300 people attended as Amy Grant, founder of the Hope Clinic and keynote speaker, took to the stage to perform some songs with Kim Keyes, friend and back-up singer, and to tell memorable stories. Gene Miller and his band, The Alternators closed the evening with cover songs and lots of dancing. Here are some photos of the soiree.
Left to Right: Amy Grant and Renee Rizzo, CEO of Hope Clinic for Women.
Left to Right: Dawn Huie, Amy Grant and John Huie, CAA & HCFW Board Member.
Event Chairs - Beverly Rogers, Director of Advancement & Alison Cooke, Events & Marketing Coordinator.
Hope Clinic Staff- From back left: Beverly Rogers, Katie Gustafson, Amy Moseley, Ginger Harris, Renee Rizzo, Shaunna Parker, Alison Cooke, Desiree O'Neill and Robbin Holland.
From left: Jim Gardner, Board Chairman, Amy Grant and Sissy Gardner, a volunteer.
Jim Gardner, Board Chairman
From left: Kim Keyes, Amy Grant and Gene Miller
From left: Renee Rizzo, CEO, Jim Gardner, Board Chairman, and Amy Mosely, Client Programs Manager.
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