Charcoal Expressions Fundraiser – May 22nd
I do not have an ounce of artistic talent, so I have to be particularly motivated by the reason for an art fundraiser if I am going to do it. 🙂
Such is the case with the “Charcoal Expressions” fundraiser to support Bethany Harman and her trip to Europe for the Wisconsin Ambassadors of Music. She has been a faithful participant in our church vocal choir and bell choir and has often shared her musical talent for our church. She serves as a member of our church council. She recently was confirmed and has become a full and active member. I look forward to the opportunity to help her in this effort, and encourage you to do so as well.
For our most recent “The Compass Newsletter:
On Tuesday, May 22nd, the Harman’s welcome artist and family friend Robert Gorder of Charcoal Expressions from 6:00 to 8:30pm in the Fellowship Hall at DUMC. This is a fundraising event to help raise money for Bethany’s Wisconsin Ambassadors of Music European band trip.
Participants will explore the fun of drawing with charcoal as Mr. Gorder directs them in the creation of a drawing entitled “Northern Lights”. NO previous drawing experience required. You can go from stick figure to finished drawing with step-by- step instruction provided by Mr. Gorder. Included with the event, participants will take home their masterpiece charcoal drawing, a matte, and a protective sleeve.
Ticket cost is $40 per person, $20 of which will be donated to Bethany’s Europe trip fund. Those interested are asked to register in advance. To register, please on the event listing here. You may choose to prepay on the site or pay cash the night of the event, but you must register in advance to participate.
Please arrive at least 20 minutes prior to event start time to check in. Appetizers and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided. There will also be a drawing for a chance to win a free ticket for a future Charcoal Expressions event. If you have questions, please contact the Dodgeville UMC Office at 935-5451 or you may contact Robert Gorder through the Charcoal Expressions Facebook page.