KANSAS CITY CHILDREN TO REVEAL THEIR "PICTURES OF HOPE" AT MEET THE YOUNG ARTIST CELEBRATION
What: Kansas City, MO - The 2013 "hopes and dreams" of children in Kansas City will be on display for the first time. The "Pictures of Hope" cards are so special for the holidays as each card shares a heartfelt dream of a child who is homeless. The cards, with the children's dreams, will be celebrated and unveiled at a "Meet the Young Artist" party at Cable Dahmer Chevrolet. Photojournalist, author and creator of "Pictures of Hope", Linda Solomon, will congratulate each child at the celebration. Ms. Solomon taught the children photography skills at "Sheffield Place earlier this fall. Cable Dahmer Chevrolet and Ms. Solomon surprised each child with a camera. Their assignments as young photojournalists to capture their "hopes and dreams" are now beautifully featured on greeting cards which can be used for holidays. Chevrolet has made it possible for 100 percent of the proceeds of the poignant and self-esteem building "Pictures of Hope" cards to benefit Sheffield Place. The cards are immediately available for purchase through David Hanzlick, Ph.D, CFRE, Sheffield Place, Director, Program and Development, 816-483-9927 x 113. e-mail: email@example.com www.sheffieldplace.org.
When: Thursday, November 14 at 4:00 p.m.
Where: Cable Dahmer Chevrolet, Inc. 1834 S. Noland Road, Independence, MO 64055
Who: Linda Solomon, Photojournalist and Author Marty Dahmer, General Manager, Cable Dahmer Chevrolet
Featuring: The Children of Sheffield Place
Contacts: David Hanzlick, Ph.D, CFRE, Sheffield Place, Director of Program and Development 816-483-9927 x113 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Solomon, mobile: 248-229-6965, e-mail: email@example.com or online at http://www.lindasolomonphotography.com
Sylvia L. Flores, HR Director, Cable Dahmer Automotive Group
816-521-7552 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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