The Clermont Woman’s Club held their 16th annual Expo fundraiser at the Wesley Center in the First United Methodist Church on April 7th.
Sixty-seven local businesses presented their information at tables. Through their generous support, their business gifts, door prizes, gift card trees, and baskets, were awarded to guests. The proceeds from this event provide funding for scholarships to Clermont High Schools and local charities.
This year, entertainment was provided by
- Grassy Lakes Elementary School Chorus,
- Dana Duke’s Little Gems And Star Girls Singing Group,
- Boyd Bruce And His Ukulele Group.
- Clown Penny Pockets,
- Face- Painting By Vicki Sheerin Artistry,
- Free Massage,
- A Bounce House,
- Stormy Hill Harley Davidson Cycle For Picture Taking,
- Dogs To Adopt From The Animal League,
- And A Seminar By Attorney Patrick Smith.
Mark Rutledge spoke on Crime Prevention at the March meeting of the Clermont Woman’s Club. He warned against various telephone scams and made the members aware of how to protect themselves against purse snatching. He discussed items used for protection, including using a siren, a light timer, a dog, a full perimeter infrasonic security system for forced entry, the extraction searchlight, using keys, stun guns and pepper spray as a weapon or seeking assistance the old fashion way “yelling for help”.