New posts

Teresa

SoWal Guide
Staff member
Nov 15, 2004
28,945
4,112
South Walton, FL
sowal.com
Rosemary Beach Foundation Presents 4th Annual Walk Her Way

High heel FUN walk to raise awareness of domestic violence
Kick up your heels at the 4th Annual Walk Her Way® in Rosemary Beach® on Friday, June 12th; at 6:30 pm. Help us raise awareness of domestic violence by being a part of this fun walk. Men, women and children of all ages are invited to put on high heels and follow the New Orleans style brass band through Rosemary Beach.

Walk Her Way is a fun way to support a serious cause. It's a celebration for the women and children who have escaped domestic violence, as well as a way to raise funds for those who are still struggling,” says Zuma Banks, President, Rosemary Beach Foundation. “We're happy to partner with Shelter House on this event.”


Sign up for Walk Her Way at www.walkherway.com Teams are encouraged.

Online registration $25 for adults, $10 for children under 12 (Includes t-shirt). Registration the day of the walk will be an additional $5 per person from 5:30 pm – 6:15 pm.


130607walkherway016.jpg

Will you walk in wedges? Strut in stilettos? Prance in pumps? Decorate your shoes or wear costumes to reflect your style and personality. (Heels are suggested, but not required)

The fun continues with an after party, awards show (hosted by Brook Stetler), music featuring The Village Brass Band. Complimentary Grayton Beer for registered adult walkers.
One-of-a-kind "Shoe" awards (created by Walton County teachers and students) will be given for the best costume, most team spirit, crowd favorites, and more . . . Winners will be selected by audience noise level.
Walk Her Way® benefits Shelter House, the domestic and sexual violence center serving Okaloosa and Walton counties and Rosemary Beach Foundation, a nonprofit organization that offers and supports community, educational and other charitable activities in Walton County.


2015 WALK HER WAY® SPONSORS: Rosemary Beach Cottage Rental Company, August + Brill, Bamboo Bicycle Company, Bombora Sun & Surf, Bud & Alley's Restaurant, Grayton Beer Company, The Merchants of Rosemary Beach, Moonpize, Rosemary Beach Property Owners’ Association, Rosemary Beach Realty, Rosemary Beach Trading Company, Sacred Heart Hospital on the Emerald Coast, SeaOats Beach Service, Silver Sands Premium Outlets, George and Dianne Lindahl, Schwarzkopf Family, Warren Averett CPAs & Advisors, The REP, 30A.com, SoWal.com, Beach TV.

See 2013 Walk Her Way photo gallery at SoWal.com.


 
Last edited by a moderator:

Audrey J

Beach Fanatic
Jan 8, 2012
385
46
www.Sowal.com
August + Brill is hosting the 30A Cornhole Tournament benefiting the Rosemary Beach Foundation and Shelter House of NWFL this Saturday, May 16 from 10am-1pm. Register your team for a chance to win the ultimate prize pack full of goodies from Yeti, Southern Marsh, Costa Del Mar & Sun Bum!


All event proceeds will go to support Walk Her Way 2015! An event recognizing Shelter House- a shelter committed to helping victims of domestic violence.


Registration fee includes enrollment for a team of two, two event tee shirts & two complimentary beverages per participant. Sign up at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/30a-cornhole-tournament-tickets-16603940834?aff=es2.

facebook_1430060895704.jpg
 

SoWal Staff

Serving the Community!
Staff member
Apr 14, 2006
3,449
430
South Walon, FL
SoWal.com
September 10, 2015 - More than 220 men, women and children put on high heels and took to the streets of Rosemary Beach earlier this summer for the largest Walk Her Way yet. Now in its fourth year, the Rosemary Beach Foundation event brought awareness to domestic violence and raised $30,000 for Shelter House and Rosemary Beach Foundation.


Led by Village Brass Band, walkers strolled around town showing off their favorite pair of high heels, decorated shoes and fun costumes. Unique shoe-themed awards designed by Walton County students and educators were presented at the after-party.


“Walk Her Way continues to grow each year. We are thankful for the overwhelming support from our sponsors and the community,” said Rosemary Beach Foundation Executive Director Malayne DeMars.


Walk Her Way is not just a fun walk. It also carries a serious message about respect and healthy relationships with a display of Shelter House’s Clothesline Project, a touching exhibit that allows adult and child victims of domestic violence to tell their story through words and art, at the start and finish lines.


“We are grateful to the Rosemary Beach Foundation for providing Shelter House with vital funding and for increasing awareness of domestic violence,” said Shelter House Executive Director Rosalyn Iovieno. “Seeing such a positive response from the community again this year leaves me hopeful that through Walk Her Way more people now know that resources exist right here in our local area to help survivors of domestic and sexual violence and that more people will join us in our vision of all relationships violence-free.”
 
New posts