DENTON — Trick-or-treaters visited the Bullock’s Plaza on Oct. 26 for a holiday celebration sponsored by the Mid-Shore Restoring Hope in Women’s foundation. Several dozen children attended the event from 3 to 6 p.m. visiting costumed cars and collecting candy.

The event was co-sponsored by Bullock’s Deli, Domino’s, Hertrich’s of Denton, Preston Ford, and G&T Transport, among others.

Mid-Shore Restoring Hope in Women was created by two sisters who were searching for resources for their sons whom battled addiction, when they realized there was little to no resources available for women. In 2013, they decided they would come together to make a change and help support women in recovery.

“We believe that every woman should have a fighting chance at battling her addiction. We’re here to help alleviate some of the stress as they transition through recovery,” say organizers Sherry Collier and Cathy Bowrey.

Part of their mission is to help fund women when they enter into sober living. Their next event will be a fundraiser Quarter Auction, from 1 to 5 p.m. on Nov. 17 at Preston Volunteer Fire Company.

To donate or inquire about resources contact them by email, Hopeinwomen13@gmail.com or phone 410-310-9842.

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