Swannanoa’s annual Community-Wide Holiday Party, Benefit Thursday, Dec. 13

Press release

from the Swannanoa Business Association and Friends & Neighbors of Swannanoa

Friends & Neighbors of Swannanoa (FANS) and Swannanoa Business Association (SBA) invite Swannanoa residents to the 3rd Annual Community-Wide Holiday Party & Benefit, Thurs., Dec. 13, 6:30 – 9 p.m. at Native Kitchen & Social Pub, 204 Whitson Ave. in Swannanoa.

This festive and celebratory gathering is not only a great time to reconnect with Swannanoa friends – or to make new ones, but also a benefit for “Dave’s House,” a Habitat for Humanity project in Beacon Village, named for the late Dave Bassett, an affordable housing advocate, Habitat for Humanity board member and Swannanoa resident.

Entry to the event is $10, which includes food, refreshments and live music. $4 of each ticket sold will be donated to Habitat for Humanity-Dave’s House. Tickets can be purchased at Davidson Homes, 2084 US 70; Native Kitchen, 204 Whitson Ave.; Dog Oasis Grooming Salon, 2156 US 70; Valley Truck Service, 2780 US 70. Buy tickets early!

FANS is a community-based, nonprofit organization working for a strong and vibrant Swannanoa byencouraging active involvement, fostering community spirit, and honoring our unique history and natural heritage. More information at www.swannanoafans.org or 581-9848.

SBA is a gathering of the business people of Swannanoa, who come together to network, to grow their businesses, and to jointly influence the development of commerce and community in Swannanoa. Information at www.swannanoaba.com or 581-9222.

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Editor Margaret Williams first wrote for Xpress in 1994. An Alabama native, she has lived in Western North Carolina since 1987 and completed her Masters of Liberal Arts & Sciences from UNC-Asheville in 2016. Follow me @mvwilliams

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