Montgomery County OIC will host their annual fundraiser on Friday, May 6, 2016 at the Empress Room in Blue Bell, PA.   Funds from the event allows the agency to continue to provide programs that support the workforce development training and summer enrichment camp.  “Our goal is to keep our programs as close to free as possible.  Therefore, we work with our board and staff to generate funding sources and operational talents to serve our clients well”, stated Denise Ashe, President/CEO

This years’ event was designed with the Mother’s in mind.  The guests will be entertained by soothing sounds of the George Weldon Quartet.  Combine the classic jazz music with hors’ d’oeuvres, complimentary drink and door prizes and you have a complete top class evening of entertainment.  Such a nice mix to enjoy a night out with special friends and families.

The cost is only $40 per person or $70 per couple for an evening out on the town.  (Vendor tables will be available)  Cash bar until 10:00)

Montgomery County Opportunities Industrialization Center (Montco OIC) has proudly served the community since 1965. OIC of America was founded in 1964 by the late Rev. Leon H. Sullivan. Fed up with workplace inequality, he founded the first OIC in Philadelphia as a job training facility with the philosophy of “We help others help themselves.” Montco OIC was the 2nd of 46 affiliated nation-wide that adopted his philosophy, and the OIC movement has been strong ever since. Today, we hold a variety of free programs focused on helping others become more competitive in today’s workforce. To date, Montco OIC has served 60,000 underworked and underprivileged adults in the area.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.montcooic.org or at the office.

For more information, please email info@montcooic.org or call 610-279-9700.

Montgomery County OIC is the lead agency of the Norristown Project.

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Montgomery County OIC to Host ‘Jazz with Class’

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