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Since 1989, the Villa’s Flagler Housing & Homeless Services has helped families break the cycle of homelessness and develop the life skills needed to maintain stable housing.  This year we expect to serve more than 300 families — about 800 individuals — as they begin a new day in their lives.

Proceeds from our 22nd annual Bluegrass Ball will benefit the Flagler program.  Join us for a family-friendly night under the stars and enjoy:

WHEN: Saturday, May 14, 2016; 6-10 p.m.  RAIN OR SHINE!

WHERE: St. Joseph’s Villa; 8000 Brook Road, Richmond, VA

TICKETS: $75/person; $140/2; $400 for a table of 6

Tickets are on sale now. Get yours today!
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Can’t make it this year?
Please make a gift that will help our families find a place to call home.

2016 Sponsors

Signature Sponsor
Page Auto Group

Jamboree Sponsor
C.F. Sauer

Chuck Wagon Sponsor
SunTrust

Saloon Sponsor
Lewis Insurance Associates

Wrangler Sponsors
Dr. Lillie R. Bennett
Dr. Richard L. Bennett
Capital One
Duke Development, LLC
Union Bank & Trust

To learn about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Courtney Elliott at 804-200-1617 or email.

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