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Dec 162013
 

http://www.statesmanjournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2013312150032

The recent closing of family shelters in Salem leaves only two shelter options for children and their parents who face the devastating crisis of homelessness. On a recent week, at least 18 families were unable to get the help they needed.

Living without a safe, warm place to sleep, without a place to enjoy a home-cooked meal or care for young children — this is what it means to be homeless. While the loss of a home is a crisis for anyone, it is particularly devastating for families.

The National Center on Family Homelessness shared that homeless children:

• Are sick four times more often than other children.

• Have three times the rate of emotional and behavioral problems as non-homeless children.

• Are four times more likely to show developmental delays.

• Are twice as likely to have learning disabilities.

Until recently, many people believed that only alcoholics, the lazy or the mentally ill made up the homeless population. However, these stereotypes have never accurately portrayed homeless people and certainly do not reflect today’s sad reality.

Families with young children are the fastest-growing segment of those without homes. They’re the people sleeping in a parking lot, in a tent or doubled up on someone’s floor or couch.

Many families find themselves caught in the growing gap between family income and the cost of housing. Those families — our neighbors — often are only one paycheck away from homelessness. The loss of a job, an increase in rent, sudden illness or the lack of family support — any one of these issues can drive a family to a “Do we have to sleep in our car?” conversation.

I serve as executive director for Salem Interfaith Hospitality Network. Thirty-two congregations with 1,500 volunteers provide safe shelter, meals and compassionate assistance to homeless families working toward sustainable independence.

Generous volunteers treat families like guests during their short stays. In 2013, families stayed in our program for an average of 33 days and 89 percent left our program for their own home. Many lives were changed, but 18 families should not be turned away when we as a community can do more.

The city of Salem, United Way and the Salem City Club are having conversations about how to respond to our neighbors in need. We urge you, your church, your business and our community to partner with us as we work on a long-term solution that will invest in the future of our children and their families — especially housing options that keep families together and in their own home.

T.J. Putman of Salem is the executive director of Salem Interfaith Hospitality Network. He can be reached at tj@salemihn.org.

 

Dec 072013
 

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Print and bring this ticket to Snoball!

Date/Time: Saturday, December 7, 2013 – 8:00pm-Midnight

OR State Fairgrounds Pavilion
2330 17th St. NE
Salem, OR 97301

Your Order Information

carissa snyder
dragungurl69@gmail.com
(503)884-9606

Type of ticket: Single registration

Thank you for your purchase to the 60th Annual YWCA SnoBall Fundraiser Dance!

CHARITY – Your ticket purchase goes directly to YWCA Salem, and the funds provide vital community services. We provide breast cancer screenings, the only homeless shelter in Salem that keeps families together, youth leadership, after-school programs, health insurance for kids, and parenting classes. YWCA Salem has been serving the community since 1914.

MENTION YWCA SALEM to Mr. Formal and get $40 off your tux rental! Mr. Formal will also make a donation to YWCA.

You will not receive paper tickets or order confirmation. PRINT and BRING this ticket with you to the dance. You will also need your ID – either state-issued or school-issued ID so we can match the attender name and verify the ticket is authentic. Photocopies and replications will not be accepted.

Additional Information

YWCA Snoball Fundraiser Dance Rules

The Snoball is held on December 7, 2013 from 8pm-midnight at the OR state Fairgrounds Pavilion. Your purchase of a ticket constitutes your agreement to abide by the following policies. Read this carefully.

Tickets & Admittance
  1. You must present ID to be admitted — bring a student ID or state issued ID.
  2. You must present your ticket to be admitted. Reproduction or falsified tickets will result in non-admittance to event.
  3. This event is intended for high school aged teens. Attendees should be between the ages of 13-19.
  4. No Refunds on tickets for any reason.
  5. Once admitted to the SnoBall, you will not be allowed to leave and re-enter.
  6. No outside food or drink is allowed. Backpacks and other large totes are not allowed.
  7. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be denied admittance and will be removed from the premises.
Attire

YWCA Salem encourages you to look your best, feel your best and have a great evening! We ask that you dress appropriately; showing respect for yourself and your fellow attendees. Some examples of inappropriate attire include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Dresses with bare or open backs are acceptable; excessively low backs and low cut fronts are not.
  • Bare abdomens or bare midriffs are not allowed.
  • See-through apparel and dresses with slits above the mid-thigh are not permitted.
  • Undergarments should not be visible.

YWCA Salem, its security contractor, and the SnoBall chaperones reserve the right to make entrance decisions based on the appropriateness of your attire.

Conduct

YWCA Salem hopes you will have a very enjoyable evening at the 59th annual SnoBall. We ask that you be respectful, safe, and appropriate. We assume you will abide by these requests. If not, we will find it necessary to remove you and/or your guests from the property. The following lists a few of our specific requests and requirements:

  1. Tobacco, alcohol, or drugs of any nature are not allowed at the SnoBall. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be removed from the premises.
  2. Suggestive dancing, including grinding, is not allowed. If your dancing starts to simulate behaviors that you would not do in front of your parents, that dancing is inappropriate.
  3. Fighting, harassment, and other disruptive behaviors are not permitted.
  4. Students are responsible for the behavior of any invited guest.
  5. The Pavilion management asks that students not enter off-limits areas of the Pavilion building.
  6. Parents and students assume responsibility for any accident or property damage while attending and traveling to and from the SnoBall.
  7. YWCA Salem, its Security, and Chaperones of the SnoBall reserve the right to make any decisions needed to ensure the safety of the teens attending the dance.
Reminders
  1. Check out the SnoBall page at ccioregon.org/snoball for coupons, special offers, etc!
  2. You may want to bring spending money. Photo packages starting at $5.00 will be available. Also, snacks & drinks will be available for purchase.
  3. We hope you enjoy the evening and create many fond memories.
    Have fun!
Dec 072013
 

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Print and bring this ticket to Snoball!

Date/Time: Saturday, December 7, 2013 – 8:00pm-Midnight

OR State Fairgrounds Pavilion
2330 17th St. NE
Salem, OR 97301

Your Order Information

Madison Dutoit
tsdutoit@comcast.net
(503)587-0959

Type of ticket: Single registration

Thank you for your purchase to the 60th Annual YWCA SnoBall Fundraiser Dance!

CHARITY – Your ticket purchase goes directly to YWCA Salem, and the funds provide vital community services. We provide breast cancer screenings, the only homeless shelter in Salem that keeps families together, youth leadership, after-school programs, health insurance for kids, and parenting classes. YWCA Salem has been serving the community since 1914.

MENTION YWCA SALEM to Mr. Formal and get $40 off your tux rental! Mr. Formal will also make a donation to YWCA.

You will not receive paper tickets or order confirmation. PRINT and BRING this ticket with you to the dance. You will also need your ID – either state-issued or school-issued ID so we can match the attender name and verify the ticket is authentic. Photocopies and replications will not be accepted.

Additional Information

YWCA Snoball Fundraiser Dance Rules

The Snoball is held on December 7, 2013 from 8pm-midnight at the OR state Fairgrounds Pavilion. Your purchase of a ticket constitutes your agreement to abide by the following policies. Read this carefully.

Tickets & Admittance
  1. You must present ID to be admitted — bring a student ID or state issued ID.
  2. You must present your ticket to be admitted. Reproduction or falsified tickets will result in non-admittance to event.
  3. This event is intended for high school aged teens. Attendees should be between the ages of 13-19.
  4. No Refunds on tickets for any reason.
  5. Once admitted to the SnoBall, you will not be allowed to leave and re-enter.
  6. No outside food or drink is allowed. Backpacks and other large totes are not allowed.
  7. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be denied admittance and will be removed from the premises.
Attire

YWCA Salem encourages you to look your best, feel your best and have a great evening! We ask that you dress appropriately; showing respect for yourself and your fellow attendees. Some examples of inappropriate attire include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Dresses with bare or open backs are acceptable; excessively low backs and low cut fronts are not.
  • Bare abdomens or bare midriffs are not allowed.
  • See-through apparel and dresses with slits above the mid-thigh are not permitted.
  • Undergarments should not be visible.

YWCA Salem, its security contractor, and the SnoBall chaperones reserve the right to make entrance decisions based on the appropriateness of your attire.

Conduct

YWCA Salem hopes you will have a very enjoyable evening at the 59th annual SnoBall. We ask that you be respectful, safe, and appropriate. We assume you will abide by these requests. If not, we will find it necessary to remove you and/or your guests from the property. The following lists a few of our specific requests and requirements:

  1. Tobacco, alcohol, or drugs of any nature are not allowed at the SnoBall. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be removed from the premises.
  2. Suggestive dancing, including grinding, is not allowed. If your dancing starts to simulate behaviors that you would not do in front of your parents, that dancing is inappropriate.
  3. Fighting, harassment, and other disruptive behaviors are not permitted.
  4. Students are responsible for the behavior of any invited guest.
  5. The Pavilion management asks that students not enter off-limits areas of the Pavilion building.
  6. Parents and students assume responsibility for any accident or property damage while attending and traveling to and from the SnoBall.
  7. YWCA Salem, its Security, and Chaperones of the SnoBall reserve the right to make any decisions needed to ensure the safety of the teens attending the dance.
Reminders
  1. Check out the SnoBall page at ccioregon.org/snoball for coupons, special offers, etc!
  2. You may want to bring spending money. Photo packages starting at $5.00 will be available. Also, snacks & drinks will be available for purchase.
  3. We hope you enjoy the evening and create many fond memories.
    Have fun!
Dec 072013
 

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Print and bring this ticket to Snoball!

Date/Time: Saturday, December 7, 2013 – 8:00pm-Midnight

OR State Fairgrounds Pavilion
2330 17th St. NE
Salem, OR 97301

Your Order Information

Brad Nokes
timothynokes@comcast.net
(971)209-9918

Type of ticket: Single registration

Thank you for your purchase to the 60th Annual YWCA SnoBall Fundraiser Dance!

CHARITY – Your ticket purchase goes directly to YWCA Salem, and the funds provide vital community services. We provide breast cancer screenings, the only homeless shelter in Salem that keeps families together, youth leadership, after-school programs, health insurance for kids, and parenting classes. YWCA Salem has been serving the community since 1914.

MENTION YWCA SALEM to Mr. Formal and get $40 off your tux rental! Mr. Formal will also make a donation to YWCA.

You will not receive paper tickets or order confirmation. PRINT and BRING this ticket with you to the dance. You will also need your ID – either state-issued or school-issued ID so we can match the attender name and verify the ticket is authentic. Photocopies and replications will not be accepted.

Additional Information

YWCA Snoball Fundraiser Dance Rules

The Snoball is held on December 7, 2013 from 8pm-midnight at the OR state Fairgrounds Pavilion. Your purchase of a ticket constitutes your agreement to abide by the following policies. Read this carefully.

Tickets & Admittance
  1. You must present ID to be admitted — bring a student ID or state issued ID.
  2. You must present your ticket to be admitted. Reproduction or falsified tickets will result in non-admittance to event.
  3. This event is intended for high school aged teens. Attendees should be between the ages of 13-19.
  4. No Refunds on tickets for any reason.
  5. Once admitted to the SnoBall, you will not be allowed to leave and re-enter.
  6. No outside food or drink is allowed. Backpacks and other large totes are not allowed.
  7. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be denied admittance and will be removed from the premises.
Attire

YWCA Salem encourages you to look your best, feel your best and have a great evening! We ask that you dress appropriately; showing respect for yourself and your fellow attendees. Some examples of inappropriate attire include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Dresses with bare or open backs are acceptable; excessively low backs and low cut fronts are not.
  • Bare abdomens or bare midriffs are not allowed.
  • See-through apparel and dresses with slits above the mid-thigh are not permitted.
  • Undergarments should not be visible.

YWCA Salem, its security contractor, and the SnoBall chaperones reserve the right to make entrance decisions based on the appropriateness of your attire.

Conduct

YWCA Salem hopes you will have a very enjoyable evening at the 59th annual SnoBall. We ask that you be respectful, safe, and appropriate. We assume you will abide by these requests. If not, we will find it necessary to remove you and/or your guests from the property. The following lists a few of our specific requests and requirements:

  1. Tobacco, alcohol, or drugs of any nature are not allowed at the SnoBall. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be removed from the premises.
  2. Suggestive dancing, including grinding, is not allowed. If your dancing starts to simulate behaviors that you would not do in front of your parents, that dancing is inappropriate.
  3. Fighting, harassment, and other disruptive behaviors are not permitted.
  4. Students are responsible for the behavior of any invited guest.
  5. The Pavilion management asks that students not enter off-limits areas of the Pavilion building.
  6. Parents and students assume responsibility for any accident or property damage while attending and traveling to and from the SnoBall.
  7. YWCA Salem, its Security, and Chaperones of the SnoBall reserve the right to make any decisions needed to ensure the safety of the teens attending the dance.
Reminders
  1. Check out the SnoBall page at ccioregon.org/snoball for coupons, special offers, etc!
  2. You may want to bring spending money. Photo packages starting at $5.00 will be available. Also, snacks & drinks will be available for purchase.
  3. We hope you enjoy the evening and create many fond memories.
    Have fun!
Dec 072013
 

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Print and bring this ticket to Snoball!

Date/Time: Saturday, December 7, 2013 – 8:00pm-Midnight

OR State Fairgrounds Pavilion
2330 17th St. NE
Salem, OR 97301

Your Order Information

Tayler Serafin
taylerserafin12@gmail.com
(714)749-2982

Type of ticket: Single registration

Thank you for your purchase to the 60th Annual YWCA SnoBall Fundraiser Dance!

CHARITY – Your ticket purchase goes directly to YWCA Salem, and the funds provide vital community services. We provide breast cancer screenings, the only homeless shelter in Salem that keeps families together, youth leadership, after-school programs, health insurance for kids, and parenting classes. YWCA Salem has been serving the community since 1914.

MENTION YWCA SALEM to Mr. Formal and get $40 off your tux rental! Mr. Formal will also make a donation to YWCA.

You will not receive paper tickets or order confirmation. PRINT and BRING this ticket with you to the dance. You will also need your ID – either state-issued or school-issued ID so we can match the attender name and verify the ticket is authentic. Photocopies and replications will not be accepted.

Additional Information

YWCA Snoball Fundraiser Dance Rules

The Snoball is held on December 7, 2013 from 8pm-midnight at the OR state Fairgrounds Pavilion. Your purchase of a ticket constitutes your agreement to abide by the following policies. Read this carefully.

Tickets & Admittance
  1. You must present ID to be admitted — bring a student ID or state issued ID.
  2. You must present your ticket to be admitted. Reproduction or falsified tickets will result in non-admittance to event.
  3. This event is intended for high school aged teens. Attendees should be between the ages of 13-19.
  4. No Refunds on tickets for any reason.
  5. Once admitted to the SnoBall, you will not be allowed to leave and re-enter.
  6. No outside food or drink is allowed. Backpacks and other large totes are not allowed.
  7. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be denied admittance and will be removed from the premises.
Attire

YWCA Salem encourages you to look your best, feel your best and have a great evening! We ask that you dress appropriately; showing respect for yourself and your fellow attendees. Some examples of inappropriate attire include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Dresses with bare or open backs are acceptable; excessively low backs and low cut fronts are not.
  • Bare abdomens or bare midriffs are not allowed.
  • See-through apparel and dresses with slits above the mid-thigh are not permitted.
  • Undergarments should not be visible.

YWCA Salem, its security contractor, and the SnoBall chaperones reserve the right to make entrance decisions based on the appropriateness of your attire.

Conduct

YWCA Salem hopes you will have a very enjoyable evening at the 59th annual SnoBall. We ask that you be respectful, safe, and appropriate. We assume you will abide by these requests. If not, we will find it necessary to remove you and/or your guests from the property. The following lists a few of our specific requests and requirements:

  1. Tobacco, alcohol, or drugs of any nature are not allowed at the SnoBall. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be removed from the premises.
  2. Suggestive dancing, including grinding, is not allowed. If your dancing starts to simulate behaviors that you would not do in front of your parents, that dancing is inappropriate.
  3. Fighting, harassment, and other disruptive behaviors are not permitted.
  4. Students are responsible for the behavior of any invited guest.
  5. The Pavilion management asks that students not enter off-limits areas of the Pavilion building.
  6. Parents and students assume responsibility for any accident or property damage while attending and traveling to and from the SnoBall.
  7. YWCA Salem, its Security, and Chaperones of the SnoBall reserve the right to make any decisions needed to ensure the safety of the teens attending the dance.
Reminders
  1. Check out the SnoBall page at ccioregon.org/snoball for coupons, special offers, etc!
  2. You may want to bring spending money. Photo packages starting at $5.00 will be available. Also, snacks & drinks will be available for purchase.
  3. We hope you enjoy the evening and create many fond memories.
    Have fun!
Dec 072013
 

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Print and bring this ticket to Snoball!

Date/Time: Saturday, December 7, 2013 – 8:00pm-Midnight

OR State Fairgrounds Pavilion
2330 17th St. NE
Salem, OR 97301

Your Order Information

Cassie Lynch
armorrecords@comcast.net
(506)363-8246

Type of ticket: Single registration

Thank you for your purchase to the 60th Annual YWCA SnoBall Fundraiser Dance!

CHARITY – Your ticket purchase goes directly to YWCA Salem, and the funds provide vital community services. We provide breast cancer screenings, the only homeless shelter in Salem that keeps families together, youth leadership, after-school programs, health insurance for kids, and parenting classes. YWCA Salem has been serving the community since 1914.

MENTION YWCA SALEM to Mr. Formal and get $40 off your tux rental! Mr. Formal will also make a donation to YWCA.

You will not receive paper tickets or order confirmation. PRINT and BRING this ticket with you to the dance. You will also need your ID – either state-issued or school-issued ID so we can match the attender name and verify the ticket is authentic. Photocopies and replications will not be accepted.

Additional Information

YWCA Snoball Fundraiser Dance Rules

The Snoball is held on December 7, 2013 from 8pm-midnight at the OR state Fairgrounds Pavilion. Your purchase of a ticket constitutes your agreement to abide by the following policies. Read this carefully.

Tickets & Admittance
  1. You must present ID to be admitted — bring a student ID or state issued ID.
  2. You must present your ticket to be admitted. Reproduction or falsified tickets will result in non-admittance to event.
  3. This event is intended for high school aged teens. Attendees should be between the ages of 13-19.
  4. No Refunds on tickets for any reason.
  5. Once admitted to the SnoBall, you will not be allowed to leave and re-enter.
  6. No outside food or drink is allowed. Backpacks and other large totes are not allowed.
  7. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be denied admittance and will be removed from the premises.
Attire

YWCA Salem encourages you to look your best, feel your best and have a great evening! We ask that you dress appropriately; showing respect for yourself and your fellow attendees. Some examples of inappropriate attire include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Dresses with bare or open backs are acceptable; excessively low backs and low cut fronts are not.
  • Bare abdomens or bare midriffs are not allowed.
  • See-through apparel and dresses with slits above the mid-thigh are not permitted.
  • Undergarments should not be visible.

YWCA Salem, its security contractor, and the SnoBall chaperones reserve the right to make entrance decisions based on the appropriateness of your attire.

Conduct

YWCA Salem hopes you will have a very enjoyable evening at the 59th annual SnoBall. We ask that you be respectful, safe, and appropriate. We assume you will abide by these requests. If not, we will find it necessary to remove you and/or your guests from the property. The following lists a few of our specific requests and requirements:

  1. Tobacco, alcohol, or drugs of any nature are not allowed at the SnoBall. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be removed from the premises.
  2. Suggestive dancing, including grinding, is not allowed. If your dancing starts to simulate behaviors that you would not do in front of your parents, that dancing is inappropriate.
  3. Fighting, harassment, and other disruptive behaviors are not permitted.
  4. Students are responsible for the behavior of any invited guest.
  5. The Pavilion management asks that students not enter off-limits areas of the Pavilion building.
  6. Parents and students assume responsibility for any accident or property damage while attending and traveling to and from the SnoBall.
  7. YWCA Salem, its Security, and Chaperones of the SnoBall reserve the right to make any decisions needed to ensure the safety of the teens attending the dance.
Reminders
  1. Check out the SnoBall page at ccioregon.org/snoball for coupons, special offers, etc!
  2. You may want to bring spending money. Photo packages starting at $5.00 will be available. Also, snacks & drinks will be available for purchase.
  3. We hope you enjoy the evening and create many fond memories.
    Have fun!
Dec 072013
 

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Print and bring this ticket to Snoball!

Date/Time: Saturday, December 7, 2013 – 8:00pm-Midnight

OR State Fairgrounds Pavilion
2330 17th St. NE
Salem, OR 97301

Your Order Information

Mariah Evans
mnygard1001@gmail.com
(503)856-4489

Type of ticket: Single registration

Thank you for your purchase to the 60th Annual YWCA SnoBall Fundraiser Dance!

CHARITY – Your ticket purchase goes directly to YWCA Salem, and the funds provide vital community services. We provide breast cancer screenings, the only homeless shelter in Salem that keeps families together, youth leadership, after-school programs, health insurance for kids, and parenting classes. YWCA Salem has been serving the community since 1914.

MENTION YWCA SALEM to Mr. Formal and get $40 off your tux rental! Mr. Formal will also make a donation to YWCA.

You will not receive paper tickets or order confirmation. PRINT and BRING this ticket with you to the dance. You will also need your ID – either state-issued or school-issued ID so we can match the attender name and verify the ticket is authentic. Photocopies and replications will not be accepted.

Additional Information

YWCA Snoball Fundraiser Dance Rules

The Snoball is held on December 7, 2013 from 8pm-midnight at the OR state Fairgrounds Pavilion. Your purchase of a ticket constitutes your agreement to abide by the following policies. Read this carefully.

Tickets & Admittance
  1. You must present ID to be admitted — bring a student ID or state issued ID.
  2. You must present your ticket to be admitted. Reproduction or falsified tickets will result in non-admittance to event.
  3. This event is intended for high school aged teens. Attendees should be between the ages of 13-19.
  4. No Refunds on tickets for any reason.
  5. Once admitted to the SnoBall, you will not be allowed to leave and re-enter.
  6. No outside food or drink is allowed. Backpacks and other large totes are not allowed.
  7. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be denied admittance and will be removed from the premises.
Attire

YWCA Salem encourages you to look your best, feel your best and have a great evening! We ask that you dress appropriately; showing respect for yourself and your fellow attendees. Some examples of inappropriate attire include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Dresses with bare or open backs are acceptable; excessively low backs and low cut fronts are not.
  • Bare abdomens or bare midriffs are not allowed.
  • See-through apparel and dresses with slits above the mid-thigh are not permitted.
  • Undergarments should not be visible.

YWCA Salem, its security contractor, and the SnoBall chaperones reserve the right to make entrance decisions based on the appropriateness of your attire.

Conduct

YWCA Salem hopes you will have a very enjoyable evening at the 59th annual SnoBall. We ask that you be respectful, safe, and appropriate. We assume you will abide by these requests. If not, we will find it necessary to remove you and/or your guests from the property. The following lists a few of our specific requests and requirements:

  1. Tobacco, alcohol, or drugs of any nature are not allowed at the SnoBall. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be removed from the premises.
  2. Suggestive dancing, including grinding, is not allowed. If your dancing starts to simulate behaviors that you would not do in front of your parents, that dancing is inappropriate.
  3. Fighting, harassment, and other disruptive behaviors are not permitted.
  4. Students are responsible for the behavior of any invited guest.
  5. The Pavilion management asks that students not enter off-limits areas of the Pavilion building.
  6. Parents and students assume responsibility for any accident or property damage while attending and traveling to and from the SnoBall.
  7. YWCA Salem, its Security, and Chaperones of the SnoBall reserve the right to make any decisions needed to ensure the safety of the teens attending the dance.
Reminders
  1. Check out the SnoBall page at ccioregon.org/snoball for coupons, special offers, etc!
  2. You may want to bring spending money. Photo packages starting at $5.00 will be available. Also, snacks & drinks will be available for purchase.
  3. We hope you enjoy the evening and create many fond memories.
    Have fun!
Dec 072013
 

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Print and bring this ticket to Snoball!

Date/Time: Saturday, December 7, 2013 – 8:00pm-Midnight

OR State Fairgrounds Pavilion
2330 17th St. NE
Salem, OR 97301

Your Order Information

Abby Hoppe
Lmhoppe@comcast.net
(503)315-7305

Type of ticket: Pair registration

Keonte McMurrin

Thank you for your purchase to the 60th Annual YWCA SnoBall Fundraiser Dance!

CHARITY – Your ticket purchase goes directly to YWCA Salem, and the funds provide vital community services. We provide breast cancer screenings, the only homeless shelter in Salem that keeps families together, youth leadership, after-school programs, health insurance for kids, and parenting classes. YWCA Salem has been serving the community since 1914.

MENTION YWCA SALEM to Mr. Formal and get $40 off your tux rental! Mr. Formal will also make a donation to YWCA.

You will not receive paper tickets or order confirmation. PRINT and BRING this ticket with you to the dance. You will also need your ID – either state-issued or school-issued ID so we can match the attender name and verify the ticket is authentic. Photocopies and replications will not be accepted.

Additional Information

YWCA Snoball Fundraiser Dance Rules

The Snoball is held on December 7, 2013 from 8pm-midnight at the OR state Fairgrounds Pavilion. Your purchase of a ticket constitutes your agreement to abide by the following policies. Read this carefully.

Tickets & Admittance
  1. You must present ID to be admitted — bring a student ID or state issued ID.
  2. You must present your ticket to be admitted. Reproduction or falsified tickets will result in non-admittance to event.
  3. This event is intended for high school aged teens. Attendees should be between the ages of 13-19.
  4. No Refunds on tickets for any reason.
  5. Once admitted to the SnoBall, you will not be allowed to leave and re-enter.
  6. No outside food or drink is allowed. Backpacks and other large totes are not allowed.
  7. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be denied admittance and will be removed from the premises.
Attire

YWCA Salem encourages you to look your best, feel your best and have a great evening! We ask that you dress appropriately; showing respect for yourself and your fellow attendees. Some examples of inappropriate attire include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Dresses with bare or open backs are acceptable; excessively low backs and low cut fronts are not.
  • Bare abdomens or bare midriffs are not allowed.
  • See-through apparel and dresses with slits above the mid-thigh are not permitted.
  • Undergarments should not be visible.

YWCA Salem, its security contractor, and the SnoBall chaperones reserve the right to make entrance decisions based on the appropriateness of your attire.

Conduct

YWCA Salem hopes you will have a very enjoyable evening at the 59th annual SnoBall. We ask that you be respectful, safe, and appropriate. We assume you will abide by these requests. If not, we will find it necessary to remove you and/or your guests from the property. The following lists a few of our specific requests and requirements:

  1. Tobacco, alcohol, or drugs of any nature are not allowed at the SnoBall. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be removed from the premises.
  2. Suggestive dancing, including grinding, is not allowed. If your dancing starts to simulate behaviors that you would not do in front of your parents, that dancing is inappropriate.
  3. Fighting, harassment, and other disruptive behaviors are not permitted.
  4. Students are responsible for the behavior of any invited guest.
  5. The Pavilion management asks that students not enter off-limits areas of the Pavilion building.
  6. Parents and students assume responsibility for any accident or property damage while attending and traveling to and from the SnoBall.
  7. YWCA Salem, its Security, and Chaperones of the SnoBall reserve the right to make any decisions needed to ensure the safety of the teens attending the dance.
Reminders
  1. Check out the SnoBall page at ccioregon.org/snoball for coupons, special offers, etc!
  2. You may want to bring spending money. Photo packages starting at $5.00 will be available. Also, snacks & drinks will be available for purchase.
  3. We hope you enjoy the evening and create many fond memories.
    Have fun!
Dec 072013
 

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Print and bring this ticket to Snoball!

Date/Time: Saturday, December 7, 2013 – 8:00pm-Midnight

OR State Fairgrounds Pavilion
2330 17th St. NE
Salem, OR 97301

Your Order Information

Donald Finlayson
driven1970@gmail.com
(503)991-8381

Type of ticket: Single registration

Thank you for your purchase to the 60th Annual YWCA SnoBall Fundraiser Dance!

CHARITY – Your ticket purchase goes directly to YWCA Salem, and the funds provide vital community services. We provide breast cancer screenings, the only homeless shelter in Salem that keeps families together, youth leadership, after-school programs, health insurance for kids, and parenting classes. YWCA Salem has been serving the community since 1914.

MENTION YWCA SALEM to Mr. Formal and get $40 off your tux rental! Mr. Formal will also make a donation to YWCA.

You will not receive paper tickets or order confirmation. PRINT and BRING this ticket with you to the dance. You will also need your ID – either state-issued or school-issued ID so we can match the attender name and verify the ticket is authentic. Photocopies and replications will not be accepted.

Additional Information

YWCA Snoball Fundraiser Dance Rules

The Snoball is held on December 7, 2013 from 8pm-midnight at the OR state Fairgrounds Pavilion. Your purchase of a ticket constitutes your agreement to abide by the following policies. Read this carefully.

Tickets & Admittance
  1. You must present ID to be admitted — bring a student ID or state issued ID.
  2. You must present your ticket to be admitted. Reproduction or falsified tickets will result in non-admittance to event.
  3. This event is intended for high school aged teens. Attendees should be between the ages of 13-19.
  4. No Refunds on tickets for any reason.
  5. Once admitted to the SnoBall, you will not be allowed to leave and re-enter.
  6. No outside food or drink is allowed. Backpacks and other large totes are not allowed.
  7. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be denied admittance and will be removed from the premises.
Attire

YWCA Salem encourages you to look your best, feel your best and have a great evening! We ask that you dress appropriately; showing respect for yourself and your fellow attendees. Some examples of inappropriate attire include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Dresses with bare or open backs are acceptable; excessively low backs and low cut fronts are not.
  • Bare abdomens or bare midriffs are not allowed.
  • See-through apparel and dresses with slits above the mid-thigh are not permitted.
  • Undergarments should not be visible.

YWCA Salem, its security contractor, and the SnoBall chaperones reserve the right to make entrance decisions based on the appropriateness of your attire.

Conduct

YWCA Salem hopes you will have a very enjoyable evening at the 59th annual SnoBall. We ask that you be respectful, safe, and appropriate. We assume you will abide by these requests. If not, we will find it necessary to remove you and/or your guests from the property. The following lists a few of our specific requests and requirements:

  1. Tobacco, alcohol, or drugs of any nature are not allowed at the SnoBall. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be removed from the premises.
  2. Suggestive dancing, including grinding, is not allowed. If your dancing starts to simulate behaviors that you would not do in front of your parents, that dancing is inappropriate.
  3. Fighting, harassment, and other disruptive behaviors are not permitted.
  4. Students are responsible for the behavior of any invited guest.
  5. The Pavilion management asks that students not enter off-limits areas of the Pavilion building.
  6. Parents and students assume responsibility for any accident or property damage while attending and traveling to and from the SnoBall.
  7. YWCA Salem, its Security, and Chaperones of the SnoBall reserve the right to make any decisions needed to ensure the safety of the teens attending the dance.
Reminders
  1. Check out the SnoBall page at ccioregon.org/snoball for coupons, special offers, etc!
  2. You may want to bring spending money. Photo packages starting at $5.00 will be available. Also, snacks & drinks will be available for purchase.
  3. We hope you enjoy the evening and create many fond memories.
    Have fun!
Dec 072013
 

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Print and bring this ticket to Snoball!

Date/Time: Saturday, December 7, 2013 – 8:00pm-Midnight

OR State Fairgrounds Pavilion
2330 17th St. NE
Salem, OR 97301

Your Order Information

Dilnoza Khamroyeva
bradjohnson57@gmail.com
(503)841-7859

Type of ticket: Single registration

Thank you for your purchase to the 60th Annual YWCA SnoBall Fundraiser Dance!

CHARITY – Your ticket purchase goes directly to YWCA Salem, and the funds provide vital community services. We provide breast cancer screenings, the only homeless shelter in Salem that keeps families together, youth leadership, after-school programs, health insurance for kids, and parenting classes. YWCA Salem has been serving the community since 1914.

MENTION YWCA SALEM to Mr. Formal and get $40 off your tux rental! Mr. Formal will also make a donation to YWCA.

You will not receive paper tickets or order confirmation. PRINT and BRING this ticket with you to the dance. You will also need your ID – either state-issued or school-issued ID so we can match the attender name and verify the ticket is authentic. Photocopies and replications will not be accepted.

Additional Information

YWCA Snoball Fundraiser Dance Rules

The Snoball is held on December 7, 2013 from 8pm-midnight at the OR state Fairgrounds Pavilion. Your purchase of a ticket constitutes your agreement to abide by the following policies. Read this carefully.

Tickets & Admittance
  1. You must present ID to be admitted — bring a student ID or state issued ID.
  2. You must present your ticket to be admitted. Reproduction or falsified tickets will result in non-admittance to event.
  3. This event is intended for high school aged teens. Attendees should be between the ages of 13-19.
  4. No Refunds on tickets for any reason.
  5. Once admitted to the SnoBall, you will not be allowed to leave and re-enter.
  6. No outside food or drink is allowed. Backpacks and other large totes are not allowed.
  7. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be denied admittance and will be removed from the premises.
Attire

YWCA Salem encourages you to look your best, feel your best and have a great evening! We ask that you dress appropriately; showing respect for yourself and your fellow attendees. Some examples of inappropriate attire include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Dresses with bare or open backs are acceptable; excessively low backs and low cut fronts are not.
  • Bare abdomens or bare midriffs are not allowed.
  • See-through apparel and dresses with slits above the mid-thigh are not permitted.
  • Undergarments should not be visible.

YWCA Salem, its security contractor, and the SnoBall chaperones reserve the right to make entrance decisions based on the appropriateness of your attire.

Conduct

YWCA Salem hopes you will have a very enjoyable evening at the 59th annual SnoBall. We ask that you be respectful, safe, and appropriate. We assume you will abide by these requests. If not, we will find it necessary to remove you and/or your guests from the property. The following lists a few of our specific requests and requirements:

  1. Tobacco, alcohol, or drugs of any nature are not allowed at the SnoBall. Anyone arriving at the SnoBall under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be removed from the premises.
  2. Suggestive dancing, including grinding, is not allowed. If your dancing starts to simulate behaviors that you would not do in front of your parents, that dancing is inappropriate.
  3. Fighting, harassment, and other disruptive behaviors are not permitted.
  4. Students are responsible for the behavior of any invited guest.
  5. The Pavilion management asks that students not enter off-limits areas of the Pavilion building.
  6. Parents and students assume responsibility for any accident or property damage while attending and traveling to and from the SnoBall.
  7. YWCA Salem, its Security, and Chaperones of the SnoBall reserve the right to make any decisions needed to ensure the safety of the teens attending the dance.
Reminders
  1. Check out the SnoBall page at ccioregon.org/snoball for coupons, special offers, etc!
  2. You may want to bring spending money. Photo packages starting at $5.00 will be available. Also, snacks & drinks will be available for purchase.
  3. We hope you enjoy the evening and create many fond memories.
    Have fun!
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