Holiday Home Tour
Wow the 2022 Lincolnton Holiday Tour of Historic Homes is now in the past. But that’s where a lot of of our minds were yesterday as hundreds of people came out to tour these beautiful, magnificent homes and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. The tour brought back memories for some and a longing to know from where we came to others. To many it helped put us in the Christmas spirit, just seeing the amazing decorated Christmas trees. Some homes featured amazing architect and stunning handcrafted furniture pieces. Each site had its own unique qualities that amazed all.
The participants were all extremely appreciative of the homeowners for graciously opening up their homes to so many visitors. These homeowners took time out of a very busy holiday season to help improve the lives of the Lincoln County Foster Children.
We want to thank the homeowners:
The Frank & Rose Budd Chamberlain House
Thomas and Betty Flohr
Marc and Kimberly Kurtz
Brad and Whitney Davis
Rick and Myra Ramseur
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
The 185+ volunteers, who without their help this event would not have been possible!
The Lincoln Cultural Center, Home Place Restaurant, 7th Moon Boutique, Treasures on Main, Burtons Farms General Store, and Amy’s Closet, Denver who sold many, many tickets.
Wayne & Janice Hoyle of Century 21 Realty for helping with all the signs.
Delta Sigma Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, Raine Middleton of Hartzog Pottery, Atrium Health-Lincoln, Lincolnton Police Department, City of Lincolnton, and Lincoln County Government.
All of our talented musicians who made the tour experience even more magical by entertaining all the participants with amazing seasonable performances!
All the wonderful participants who came out to support us!
Thank you all so much for helping Speak Up For Children Inc improve the lives of the Lincoln County Foster children!!!
To learn more about our organization or to make a donation please visit our website at www.speakupforchildren.us