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Planning Quotas for Sound Beginnings Social | Community

Quota of Indiana, Pa. Inc. is actively planning its annual Sound Beginnings Social event from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on March 10 at the Fraternal Order of Eagles, 420 Philadelphia St.

The event will benefit local community service initiatives supported by Quota.

In its 66 years as an organization, Quota of Indiana has raised thousands of dollars to support local organizations that focus on creating good beginnings in our community for women, children, and deaf, hearing and speech impairments.

Tickets to the event are $25 per person and include light hors d’oeuvres and beverage tasting courtesy of Holiday Beverage, Noble Stein Brewing Co., Twisted Vine Winery and Woody Lodge Winery and a chance to participate in games of chance and other giveaways, as well as a silent auction.

Silent auction items including sports memorabilia, Mark Altrogge artwork, event tickets, jewelry, homewares and beverage baskets, and many other items will be given away during the event.

Acoustic Fingers will provide live music during the event.

Event sponsors include Kuzneski Insurance Group (food sponsor); Helwig Insurance Agency (entertainment sponsor); Upstreet Financial (food sponsor); Frick-Ketrow Insurance, LLC (food sponsor); and Greg and Barb Peles (entertainment sponsor).

Tickets are available at any Quotarian or at the Indiana County Office of Tourism, Helwig Insurance, Indiana County Chamber of Commerce or online at www.indypaquota.org.

Quota of Indiana pursues an active community service program in addition to its speaking and hearing program.

Club members have raised over $90,000 for Maison Alice Paul, a shelter for battered women and their children. They also support families through The Salvation Army Treasures for Children program, have made significant contributions to the Miracle League of Indiana County, have held fundraisers and held mentorship events for children as part of Indiana County YMCA’s Big Hearts Little Hands program. Members mentored young women and men through the Child and Youth Services Program, contributed to the ICCAP homeless shelter, provided financial support to the Healing Hearts Bereavement Center and donated money , support and volunteer time to many other community service initiatives.

Quota of Indiana, Pennsylvania has 50 members, and Quota membership is open to anyone.

Meetings are held monthly at the Indiana Country Club. For more information about Quota of Indiana, Pennsylvania, contact Club President Sheila Hoover at [email protected], visit www.indypaquota.org or follow Quota of Indiana on Facebook: Quota of Indiana, PA.

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