Walk A Mile In Her Shoes set for Friday

October 11, 2018--7:47 a.m.

Staff reports 

A fun annual event that shines a light on a serious problem takes place on Friday in Downtown Rome.

Hospitality House is hosting the 11th annual “Walk A Mile In Her Shoes” march against violence.

Each year, between 400-500 community members don their best ladies shoes to march down Broad St.

There will be men in heels……lots of them.

The event is free, open to the public and begins at 11 a.m. Friday at Rotary Plaza.

Every registered participant receives a free T-shirt and a goody bag. 

For more information, visit hospitalityhouseforwomen.org.
 

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