Tri-County Safe Harbor is a shelter for victims of domestic violence and their dependent children, with locations in Manistique, Escanaba and Menominee.
Wednesday night, Safe Harbor hosted an evening of food, fashion, fun and shopping at the House of Ludington restaurant in downtown Escanaba. All proceeds will benefit Safe Harbor's domestic violence and sexual assault services.
Haili Young, Crime Victims Advocate at Safe Harbor, said, "Our organization primarily serves victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. We are a 15-bed emergency shelter. But we also serve outreach clients, as well."
The following sponsors made the event possible: Thrivent Financial, DJ Mike Flavor, Ever After Decorating, Pro Auto Body, House of Ludington, Beautiful Beginnings, Maurice's, The Morrison Shop, Vanity and Paul Mitchell The School.
Donors and vendors include Russell Automotive, Ogden Club, Pampered Chef, Tastefully Simple, A Million Beads and More, "It Works" Body Wraps, Massage Works, Salon West Spa, Bon Apptit, Oragami Owl, Diva Girl, Arbonne, Late Bloomer, Waves Salon, TLC Massage, 31 Bags and Curves.
Safe Harbor has the following locations:
905 1st Avenue South, Escanaba, MI 49829, (906) 789-9207
425 Tenth Avenue, Menominee, MI 49858, (906) 863-1116
417B Oak Street, Manistique, MI 49854, (906) 286-4040
For a 24-hour Crisis Line, Call 1-800-682-1649 or 1-906-789-1166 or text only to 1-906-241-0690
For more information, visit Safe Harbor's website at www.safe3c.com.