Myra has raised £130 with her ribbons and another £24 from the tablet!!👏👏👏👏👏
Moira’s quilt has raised £300 and counting!😃 The draw will be at the end of the month.
Thanks again to everyone who took part in the fundraiser. 👏👏👏👏👏👏
What an amazing day! Well done everyone who contributed to the fundraiser! Lots of you submitted artwork at very reasonable prices which sold well. A special mention to Grace, who donated a beautiful painting by her late husband, Jim Owens, which was snapped up the same day! Jim was well known for his charity work and would have been delighted at the contribution. Tom Johnstone, local celebrity ‘Tele’ cartoonist and watercolourist also sold two original cartoon drawings.
We sold lots of cards, prints and the bric-a-brac stall did a terrific trade, mainly thanks to Liz and Maureen! Thanks to everyone who contributed to the hampers, too – they made over £100.
Moira Bartholomew is still selling tickets for her quilt raffle and proceeds for that alone have reached £250 and counting. Myra’s blue and yellow ribbons made £120!!
A big shout-out to Fiona Phillips who did us proud with the catering. She made a fabulous selection of nibbles. Eddie fell in love with the bramble tarts! Her fancy tea service really set the tone, too. George’s wife, Giuliana, brought a still-warm-from-the-oven madeira cake, which went down a treat! Jean Reynolds, Moira Bartholomew and Pat Street made the most delicious home baking and Jean’s pretty boxes of mixed goodies looked wonderful!
We were very lucky with the weather and we had a terrific turnout. So far, we have raised £2732, with a few more possible donations to come in.
The money will be sent to the DEC Ukraine appeal shortly. Thanks, again, everyone!
Greenock Art Club are holding a coffee morning to raise money for the humanitarian effort in Ukraine. We are asking members to donate a small piece of art or craft to sell on the day. Alternatively, you may prefer to donate an item for either of two ‘Hampers’ which will be raffled on the day. There is a food hamper and a toiletries hamper. Boxes will be left in the clubhouse where you can leave your donation. Entry will be a donation of £1.50/£2 which will entitle visitors to tea/coffee and cakes/ sandwiches. Everyone is welcome to help out by manning stalls and serving teas. Please encourage friends and family to come along!
Fancy improving your drawing skills? Interested in drawing from life? Why not come along to our life drawing classes in the Stables Studio, Broomberry Drive? Classes run fortnightly and start on Thursday 24th February. Sessions are currently £5 and open to members. Any non-members are welcome to come along and ‘give it a try’ before committing to full membership.
Please contact Doris Walker email@example.com before attending, to be sure of a place or to find out more about the classes.