Operation Care to Honor Local Heroes - Fri June 22
Operation Care to Honor Local Heroes
Save the Date Amador County (March 22, 2018)- The red carpet will be rolled out onFriday, June 22ndfor Operation Care's third annual Night at the Oscars at the Jackson Rancheria Grand Ballroom. The event will honor many of the local heroes in Amador County who support victims of domestic violence and sexual assault throughout the year.
The 2018 honorees are:
Captain Gary Redman-Amador County Sheriff's Department
Captain Bryan Middleton-Amador County Sheriff's Department
Sergeant Michael Rice-Amador County Sheriff's Department
Officer Matthew Brewer-Sutter Creek Police Department
Sergeant Chris Mynderup-Jackson Police Department
Chief Tracy Busby-Ione Police Department
Officer Nicholas Brady-Mule Creek State Prison
Deputy Probation Officer Jennifer Mynderup-Amador County Probation Department
Harla Ward-Amador County Victim Witness
Sultana Braman-Amador County Adult Protective Services
Sue Slivick-Community Member
California Tribal TANF Partnership-Amador County
The glittery evening will begin at 6:00pm with a cocktail hour and fabulous dinner catered by the Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort, followed by an awards ceremony where each of the honorees will be presented with an 'Oscar.' The evening will be rounded out with an exciting raffle, silent auction and dancing until 10:00pm.
In keeping with the Oscar theme, attendees will be requested to dress in semi-formal attire, or dress as their favorite actor.
So save the date, and join Operation Care in recognizing Amador's local heroes for their selfless dedication assistance for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Reservations and complete details are available at www.operationcare.org or call 209-223-2897 for more information, to sponsor the event, or to donate raffle or silent auction items.
Operation Care has been providing help for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence since 1980. Advocates and volunteers are available 24 hours a day to provide crisis intervention, safe shelter, peer counseling, help with restraining orders, and transportation to court or other appointments. Prevention education and youth programs promote healthy relationships, as well as educating people about the effects of domestic violence and sexual assault on families and the community.