Childrens Home Society of West Virginia plans sleepout event , Sports, Jobs and Sentinel


VIENNA — The Children’s Home Society of West Virginia will hold its annual Parkersburg Sleepout from 4 p.m. Nov. 5 to 6 a.m. Nov. 6 at Jackson Memorial Ball Fields on Rosemar Road.

Creative contests, live music, food and games will be included and Pro Mobile Sound will provide DJ services with live music at 8 p.m. Joshua Lee and Shai join the musical lineup this year.

Proceeds benefit youth who participate in the Transitional Living Program. To register, go to the Parkersburg Sleepout Page on Facebook or call Denise Hughes at (304) 485-0650.

The Transitional Living Program works with youth ages 16-22 struggling with homelessness. In addition to housing assistance, the Transitional Living Program also teaches youth essential life skills to help them achieve and maintain independence and find their place in community.

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