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Creston artist donates work for Pink Garden TeaPosted: July 15, 2012
It’s just about time for Creston’s Pink Garden Tea (July 27 & 28) in support of the A Clear View ~ digital mammography campaign.
Event organizer Deb Graham stopped in at East Kootenay Foundation for Health’s office this week to showcase a limited edition giclee print by Laura Leeders entitled “the Power of Pink” that was donated by the artist for silent auction.
Leeders will also be at the tea working on a new tea painting and will have a variety of teacup note cards and small fine art prints available for purchase. A portion of all her sales will be donated to the Pink Garden Tea Fundraiser. To learn more about Laura’s gift in support of mammography visit her website at www.lauraleeder.ca.
Early registration is welcomed and tables can be reserved in advance by calling Debbie Graham at 250-428-7182, cell 250-402-9144 or picking up tickets at Morris Flowers on Canyon St.
Above photo: L-R - Cindy Stevely and Debbie Graham are all smiles in showcasing the Laura Leeders donation in support of digital mammography
Tags: Creston’s Pink Garden TeaDebbie GrahamEast Kootenay Foundation for HealthEKFH
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