OCTOBER 2012: ART SHOW BENEFITING THE HARVEST CENTER

Strokes of Compassion Art Show

October 11-13, 2012
2907 Providence Road, Suite #102, Providence Plaza, Charlotte
Featuring Anne H. Neilson & Robert Langford
Raised $20,000 for The Harvest Center

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Please join us for “Strokes of Compassion”, an art show featuring the works of Charlotte artists Anne Neilson and Robert Langford on Thursday, October 11, 2011, 6:30-9:30 pm, at 2907 Providence Road, Suite 102 (in Providence Plaza, next to Mezzanote). Fifty percent of proceeds will be donated to The Harvest Center.

We’ll celebrate with live music, wine, fine food, and a visit from special guest Ron Hall, NYT Bestselling Author of “Same Kind of Different As Me”. The festivities will also include a book signing of “Angels In Our Midst”, Anne’s new inpirational art book featuring her angel paintings and the stories behind them.

The gallery will also be open Friday, October 12 and Saturday, October 13, 10am-4pm.

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Thank you to our Sponsors:
Delectables by Holly Leroy Fox Mezzanote Kings Kitchen |   Providence Road Sundries Common Market Bond Streeet WinesAmélie’s French BakeryCampbell’s Greenhouse & Nursery Campania Fine Moulding  |  Classic Party Rentals  |  In BloomFront Door FabricsChoate Construction  |  Stir Studios

About The Harvest Center:
The mission of The Harvest Center of Charlotte is to create an environment where Jesus Christ transforms members of our community to their full potential by providing food, clothing, housing, education, counseling and recovery services. Over 1000 clients per week are attracted to The Harvest Center through our engagement services – hot meals and clothing on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and boxed groceries distributed through our food pantry on Thursdays and Fridays. Over time, relationships are developed and clients are given the opportunity to participate in the Transformation Program which provides temporary housing, counseling, job skills training, and literacy and GED preparation.  Dozens of guests have benefited from these services and the relationships built in our family of faith continue to transform the lives of guests, volunteers, and staff.

The Harvest Center of Charlotte is a non-profit organization that depends on charitable donations from foundations, churches, individuals and many dedicated volunteers to serve low-income families, the homeless and area youth. They do not seek nor receive any United Way or Federal funding.
www.theharvestcenter.org    
(704) 335-1616