Art show benefits detention center program

The nonprofit program ART2 (Art Renewing Teens and Treasures) is hosting an art show from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in Norton Shores.
Anonymous
Nov 4, 2011

The show is at St. Gregory’s Church Holiday Bazaar, 1220 Seminole Road, across the street from Mona Shores High School. 

Chairs painted by students in the art programs at the Ottawa County Juvenile Detention Center and the Lighthouse Treatment Program will be available for sale. The suggested donations for various pieces range from $30 to $100. 

The proceeds will help replenish materials to continue the ART2 mission, as well as donated to local charities in the area.

Lighthouse employees will be donating their time at the bazaar to set up the display, explain the program and sell chairs.

For more information about purchasing a chair, or donating supplies or materials, call Angie Johnson at 616-786-4130 or e-mail ajohnso@oaisd.org.

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