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Latrice Mosley-Smith, founder of the Purple Hose & Heels 5K and owner of the Ice Cream Lady’s Haute Hosiery, proudly holds up the official 1st Annual Purple Hose & Heels 5K sign.  The event served the dual purpose of raising awareness about domestic violence and as a fundraiser for the South Suburban Family Shelter (SSFS), 18137 Harwood Ave., Homewood, Ill.

Latrice Mosley-Smith, founder of the Purple Hose & Heels 5K and owner of the Ice Cream Lady’s Haute Hosiery, proudly holds up the official 1st Annual Purple Hose & Heels 5K sign. The event served the dual purpose of raising awareness about domestic violence and as a fundraiser for the South Suburban Family Shelter (SSFS), 18137 Harwood Ave., Homewood, Ill.

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1st Annual Purple Hose & Heels 5K Walk Brings Awareness to Domestic Violence

A little bad weather was not enough to stem the tide of optimism at the 1st Annual Purple Hose & Heels 5K walk held on the walking trail adjacent to the Target, 4647 Promenade Way, in Matteson, Ill. on Oct. 18. The event served the dual purpose of raising awareness about domestic violence and as a fundraiser for the South Suburban Family Shelter (SSFS), 18137 Harwood Ave., Homewood, Ill.