Violet hues bathed the second annual Amethyst Affair held Friday, October 9th, at the UAW in Spring Hill, TN. Supporters of the Center of Hope and GFWC Spring Station Woman’s Club enjoyed a black tie evening of dinner and a Live and Silent Auction to raise funds for a residential project called Tiny Homes. Tiny Homes will allow victims of physical and emotional abuse to recuperate in a safe environment.
Artist rendering of Tiny Homes residential project decorated the evening's tables
Cocktail hour kicked off at 7pm as guests browsed the Silent and Live Auction items including passes to Walt Disney World, signed guitars from Kenny Chesney and Brad Paisley, a weekend in the Smokey Mountains and a night at the Nashville Ballet to name a few. Guests could also try their hand at a blind wine pull or let loose with friends in a costumed photo booth provided by Perfect Party Pix of Spring Hill.
A formal dinner followed with guest speakers Lisa Arnwine discussing Domestic Violence Art Preservation, followed by Traci Cook, Center of Hope’s Executive Director and Detective Mike Richmond of the Columbia Police Department.
Proceeds from the evening’s lavish affair will benefit Center of Hope and the GFWC Spring Stations Woman’s Club. To learn more about these organizations visit the Center of Hope website HERE or the GFWC Spring Station Woman’s Club HERE.