Ladies Night Out event brings in over $8,000 for HOL

Seen in image above: The Scotiabank branches in South Mountain and Chesterville sold tickets for the Ladies Night Out event and matched all ticket sales, doubling proceeds. Scotiabank representatives also handled the silent auction at the event and matched those funds as well! Pictured are Chrissy Barlow (left) and Diane Langton (second from left) from Scotiabank with Kim Merkley, House of Lazarus client service coordinator, and South Dundas Mayor Evonne Delegarde (right). Both Barlow and Langton were presented gifts in recognition of their contribution to the event. Courtesy photo

DIXONS CORNERS — The House of Lazarus (HOL) hosted their second annual Ladies Night Out event at Matilda Hall in Dixon’s Corners on Feb. 24. The event brought in over $8,000 and all proceeds will benefit the HOL outreach programs. The event featured vendors, fashion shows, a silent auction and mashed potato martini bar! Over 250 women attended the event. Thanks go out to all the sponsors and donors who made the event such a huge success!

Seen in image above: The Matilda Hall was packed during the second annual Ladies Night Out event, hosted by the House of Lazarus. Courtesy photo

Seen in image above: House of Lazarus Operations Manager Jennifer Tenbult holds one of the delicious mashed potato martinis served at the event. Courtesy photo

Seen in image above: Juli Fashion in Morrisburg put on a fashion show during the event. Pictured, owner Helen Derix (sixth from left) and manager Debbie Lachapelle (seventh from left) stand on stage with all their models. Main Street Clothing Company in Winchester also put on a fashion show during the Ladies Night Out event. Courtesy photo

Seen in image above: South Dundas Mayor Evonne Delegarde (pictured) graciously agreed to emcee the Ladies Night Out event, in support of the House of Lazarus. Courtesy photo