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August 16, 2014 | Laura Craft | Comments 0

Woodstock Tour of Homes Just Around the Corner: Call for Homes and Sponsors

Woodstock Holiday Tour of HomesThe Junior Service League of Woodstock is gearing up for its 18th Annual Holiday Tour of Homes, which will be held Nov. 8 and 9, 2014. Currently, the League is looking for homes in the Woodstock and Canton area, as well as interior designers, to showcase during the tour.

On the Holiday Tour of Homes, the community is invited to visit stunning homes in Woodstock and Canton that are professionally decorated for the holiday season by local designers. Tour attendees will receive unique holiday decorating inspiration that will help them to make their own homes more festive this holiday season. In its search for the perfect homes, JSL of Woodstock looks for homes that feature a separate entry and exit, and a layout that creates an easy touring experience.

Want to learn more? Interested homeowners and interior designers are invited to join JSL of Woodstock for an informational meeting on Monday, Aug. 25 at 7 p.m. at Latimer Hall.

To make this event a success, the League is also searching for sponsors that will be highlighted throughout the tour. If you or someone you know would like to help raise money for the Cherokee County charities the organization supports by featuring a home, designing a home or sponsoring the tour, contact jslsponsorship@gmail.com.

If you are just looking to attend this year’s Holiday Tour of Homes, tickets are already available on the Junior Service League website for $20 each, and are valid for both days of the event.

For more information about the Holiday Tour of Homes or to purchase tickets, visit www.JSLWoodstock.org.

The Junior Service League of Woodstock first began in 1997 and since its inception, has raised more than $350,000. This has allowed the Junior Service League to invest in the lives of needy citizens of Cherokee County through organizations such as the Cherokee County Emergency Shelter, Challenger Basketball, MUST Ministries, Parent to Parent and many other organizations.

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