A Charity Event that helps Valley Restart positively affect lives in Hemet, San Jacinto and Beyond

Held on the evening of September 29th, passengers did not have to travel too far to this port of call, to enjoy an evening on the famous clipper ship at Golden Era Productions. The event had moments of laughter, kinship, and enlightenment about the ways Valley restart helps the local community. it allowed charitable community members to be honored for their contributions, help raise funds for continuing operations and to celebrate a good cause and great company.

"Cruise Passengers" enjoy the event on September 29. 2018 that benefitted Valley Restart and their program participants

Honoring the Steadman's for their gracious continuing work over the past few decades in the Valley. Chuck and Therese are moving from Hemet. Therese served on the board of CASA (Center Against Sexual Assault) and Chuck was a member of the Valley Restart board at the time of this event and has served on several boards in the community including the Valley Health Foundation. We felt it was an appropriate event to honor their contributions to VRS and the broader community and wish them well in the next stage of their journey.

Board President and Pastor Randy Jones honors Community members Therese and Charles Steadman for their contributions over the years to the people of Hemet and San Jacinto and to Valley Restart

Captained by Quinn Hawley, this event was a success for Valley Restart and "cruise goers" seemed to enjoy the festivities all around. Valley Restart appreciates the venue provided by Golden Era, and wishes to thank gracious contributors, board members, company sponsors and attendees to this event.

Captain Quinn Hawley and his Wife Candace