Larry Alterwitz, CEO of Walker Furniture, announced that despite the difficult economic times of this past year, and because of these difficult times, the company will continue to help make the holidays brighter for 21 families in need. Since 1994, Home For The Holidays has brought some joy and relief to hundreds of valley families that have endured a variety of hardships. Recipients have included single parent households having difficulty making ends meet, many of them with children suffering from physical or mental disorders; families that lost their homes and belongings to fires; and families that have been affected by illness or domestic violence. The letters typically come from teachers and students; health care professionals, social service workers, clergy, friends, neighbors, children and grandchildren.
|Home for the Holidays Luncheon and Las Vegas Entertainment Headliner Frankie Scinta||Entertainer headliner Joey Scinta takes a break at our Home for the Holidays Luncheon at the Hardrock Hotel.||The Scintas provided us with a lot of laughs at the luncheon!|
|Many thanks to Janet Tyler, the choir director at Las Vegas High School, and her amazing choir for their fantastic performance at the Hardrock Hotel!||Brothers Daryl Alterwitz, left, and Larry Alterwitz, right, share a table with Mayor Oscar Goodman at the Home for the Holidays Luncheon.||Patti Gerace, Marketing Director of Walker Furniture, poses for a shot with Deanne Alterwitz-Stralser, Chairman of the Board of Walker Furniture.|