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Homes for the Holidays – Home tour goers!

Please check in at The Resort at Red Hawk at 6600 N. Wingfield Spring Pkwy Sparks, NV 89436. You can pick up your tickets, program, and map beginning at 10 am! Thank you for being a part of the 24th Annual Homes for the Holidays!

STEP2 is a comprehensive residential and outpatient treatment program that provides women struggling to overcome substance abuse, poverty and family violence the opportunity to rebuild their lives.

 

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Homes for the Holidays begins TODAY!!!
Jingle and Mingle begins at 6pm at Whitney Peak in Downtown Reno!
Home Tour check in will be The Resort at Red Hawk 6600 N. Wingfield Springs Pkwy Sparks NV 89436 beginning at 10am on Saturday and Sunday!

See you all soon!
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Jennifer Gries SnyderI will be helping out with the tours tomorrow from 9-12:30. Grab a Starbucks and come out with friends to tour some beautifully decorated homes. Get ideas for your own decor. See you Saturday.

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Homes for the Holidays starts tomorrow!
Jingle and Mingle will begin at 6pm at Whitney Peak!
CHECK IN FOR HOME TOUR IS AT THE RESORT AT RED HAWK! 6600 N. Wingfield Pkwy.

See you at the 24th Annual Homes For The Holidays!!!
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