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Beer garden party fundraiser for Chatham County Together

By Forrest Greenslade
Posted Thursday, May 12, 2011

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Pittsboro, NC - I serve as a volunteer at Chatham County Together in their Graduation Project program. I get so much satisfaction from working with high school students in accomplishing a quite daunting task for them. You can see a photo of one of my students with his horse sculpture on the home page of the CCT website. Chatham County Together is a critically important resource for our communities.

Accordingly, Carol-Ann and I are holding a fund raising party in our garden in Fearrington Village on Sunday May 22 from 2 to 5 pm. Our garden has been featured in Caroilina Gardener magazine. It will be great fun. It will be a beer garden party. Carolina Brewery has donated one of its wonderful spring beers. Harris Teeter and several CCT volunteers have donated tasty German style snacks. Please join us in support of CCT, stroll through our sculpture garden and gallery, sip some brew and enjoy a good time with friends.

We are suggesting a donation of at least $15 per person. Checks should be made payable to Chatham County Together. Please RSVP to sculptor@forrestgreenslade.com so we can have an estimate of attendance.

I hope to see you at our party.

 
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