Support the Wake Forest High School Juniorette Club’s Moe’s Fundraiser for Hope Reins: Oct. 22

“Hope and Healing for Kids”


Save the date: Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020, between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. Support the Wake Forest High School Juniorette Club and non-profit Hope Reins in their mission to make a difference for local children and their families in crisis. 

On Thursday, Oct. 22, visit Moe’s Southwest Grill located in the Wakefield Commons Shopping Center near Starbucks. To show your support visit Moe’s anytime between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. and order any item.  Place your receipt inside the box provided and ten percent of your meal will be donated to help fund the organization. 

Help the non-profit Hope Reins by supporting the Wake Forest High School Juniorette Club’s fundraiser. The money raised will be given to the organization as they continue to support local area children and their families in life crisis through therapy utilizing rescued horses. Learn more about the non-profit Hope Reins by visiting

Questions: Marilyn Bonnett, Wake Forest Woman’s Club, Juniorette Co-Advisor

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