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Holiday Home Tour Set for Dec. 5

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Lutheran Family and Children's Services of Missouri will host the 28th Annual Holiday Home Tour from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, December 5.

Six homeowners will open their doors to the Cape Girardeau community as part of the Holiday Home Tour, which raises money for LFCS. This year’s tour will include 6 Beautiful homes 3 in Cape Girardeau and 3 in Jackson as well as a special stop for refreshments, prizes, games, and more at Aloha Pools.

 “Every year we wonder how are we going to make the tour better than the year before and we are always blessed. It’s amazing how gracious people are in this community to open there homes to literally over a thousand people,” said Melody Anderson, Director of Regional Development for LFCS.   “We hope everyone will take some time this year to buy home tour tickets and see all the beautiful homes on our tour,” she added.

The Holiday Home Tour on Saturday December 5 includes the homes of:

·        Bill & Shelly Zellmer, 2014 Watson, Jackson

·        Adam & Paige Riley-Shuttle, Jackson

·        Tyson & Rachel Zahner- Shuttle, Jackson

·        Dr. David & Laura Babcock Bill-5687 Dalhousie, Cape

·        Greg & Vicki Leet -2415 Horse Shoe Ridge, Cape

·        Rob & Janet Ruesler-417 Royal Lake Estates, Cape Girardeau

·        Refreshments, prizes, games- Aloha Pools, Cape Girardeau

Tickets will be on sale the first week of November.  Corporate sponsors for this year’s event include The Bank of Missouri, Aloha Pools & Spas, Patrick Furniture, Realty Executives, Southeast Health, Southeast Missourian, Withers Broadcasting.  If your business or organization is interested in becoming a sponsor for this event, please contact LFCS for more information.

 Lutheran Family and Children’s Services of Missouri is a non-profit, statewide social service organization with offices in Cape Girardeau, St. Louis, Columbia and Springfield, LFCS touches the lives of more than 22,000 individuals annually. The Cape Girardeau office serves the entire Southeast Missouri area providing senior counseling, adoption, crisis pregnancy assistance, parenting classes, abstinence only education, Alzheimer’s support group, and Memory Matters group to the community. Services provided by LFCS are open to everyone regardless of race, faith, national origin, gender or age. Although Lutheran based, more than 80 percent of families served are non-Lutheran. For more information, visit www.lfcsmo.org.