CEDAR CITY–Canyon Creek Women’s Crisis Center is inviting the community to share the love at its Valentine’s Dinner Fundraiser on February 14 in the SUU Great Hall on Southern Utah University’s campus.
The second annual CCWCC Valentine’s Dinner fundraiser will include a three course gourmet dinner, and live entertainment from the SSUU Jazz Band. Proceeds from the dinner will go towards helping fund CCWCC programs for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
“This dinner is an extra special way to celebrate Valentine’s Day that goes beyond a regular date,” said Tessa Douglas, CCWCC board member and fundraising chair. “The beautiful venue, amazing menu, and live music create an incredibly romantic atmosphere, and supporting this important cause is an added bonus. It will be a night attendees will not soon forget!”
Beautifully decorated in the Southern Utah University Great Hall, the dinner makes a great night out for Valentine’s. CCWCC will be seating diners in half hour intervals between 5 and 7:30 p.m. Reservations are needed and can be made online at ccwcc.org/valentine. Seating times will be 5:30, 6, 6:30, 7 and 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $35 a person, $60 a couple and $240 for a table of 8. All tips will be donated to Canyon Creek Women’s Crisis Center.
“Our first attempt at this event last year was a wonderful success, and we want to keep going because Valentine’s Day offers us as an organization and community the chance to celebrate healthy relationships and love based on mutual respect. Plus, its just a really wonderful evening!” said CCWCC Executive Director Dr. Brant Wadsworth.
Menu items include a choice of salmon, filet mignon, prime rib, Maximillian chicken or pasta primavera. Each meal includes soup or salad, a main dish and a choice of dessert. Reservations and more information can be made online at ccwcc.org/valentine or by calling Canyon Creek Women’s Crisis Center main offices at 435-867-9411.
Canyon Creek Women’s Crisis Center provides provides advocacy services and emergency shelter services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Iron, Beaver and Garfield counties. Services include emergency housing, food and clothing, crisis intervention, information and referral, legal and medical advocacy, support groups, and assistance in creating safety plans and service plans to achieve independence and self-reliance.