The Women of Virtue Empowerment Network (WOVEN) held an Open House last Thursday at their center at 235 Main Street in Brawley. Guests were treated to a delicious buffet courtesy of Lori Young, Debbie Cameron, and Leslie Mamer. After touring the WOVEN Center, guests were able to get a first look at the new Boutique at WOVEN. Boutique organizers Judy Tagg and Brenda Scaroni were on hand to show off the Boutique and explain its purpose. The Boutique was created for the purpose of providing free professional clothing to women in need. Individuals have been donating their gently worn business clothing to the cause. This clothing will be available to women seeking outfits for job interviews, court dates, etc. This is just another way that WOVEN is reaching out to help the women of the Imperial Valley. To find out more about the services available at WOVEN, visit the website at www.wovenwomen.org or call (760) 344-0411.