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Damaged Not BROKEN
The Jacksonville-Onslow Council for the Arts has taken considerable damage from Hurricane Florence, but we are slowly making our way back to normal operations. We need your support to be ready for our next chapter as we overcome the obstacles which have been placed before us.
In order to offer programs and classes to appeal to our community we will need to raise $5000.00 in 90 days, so we’re asking for our community to be collaborators through your generous support.
The Council works with the community in many ways, such as Onslow County School Programs, Creative Forces and the many diverse gallery shows we bring to the community each month. However, our community is asking for more and in order to grow and meet the needs before us we, quite honestly, need some help.
Any contribution that can be made, no matter the amount, will go a long way to enable us to bring more culturally diverse programs, classes, and events to the Onslow County community!
We will keep a thermometer going on our Facebook page so we can all keep an eye on our progress. Help us fill that thermometer and bring in the much needed funds to help our Council for the Arts grow and prosper in 2019!
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From the BLOG
Leo Tolstoy once said, “Spring is the time of plans and projects.” For The Council it’s been that and so much more!
We’ve had a flurry of activity which has continued unabated since January. Though it can sometimes be overwhelming, this flurry and quick pace, it has gifted us with an increased sense of purpose and doors that are swinging open ever wider to welcome in more of our community.
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Whew! The end of Summer and the onset of Autumn have been busy here at the Jacksonville-Onslow Council for the Arts! We did want to be sure and take a moment to share about our Cre-8 Art Gala which we hosted in October at the Hilton Garden Inn here in Jacksonville. In...