Win This Beautiful Quilt !
Will you be the lucky winner in this amazing quilt
raffle ? "Art in the School" is raffling this gorgeous, hand-crafted
quilt so that we
can bring quality art education to more New Mexico children. Only 100
tickets will be sold – so your chances are excellent !
http://artintheschool.wordpress.com/ is where you can view the quilt
and purchase $10 chances with paypal.
The quilt is crafted of fine 100% cotton fabric in luscious
shades of blues with crisp, contrasting white. Skilled craftsmanship
with expert free-motion machine stitching add the perfect textured
dimension to this unique piece. It measures 69" X 100" and
will provide an extra layer of cozy warmth. The AIS web page http://artintheschool.wordpress.com/
is where you can use PAYPAL
to donate $10 for a chance at winning this beautiful quilt.
Art in the School was founded by art historian Sara Otto-
Diniz in 1985 because art education funding was severely cut in the
public schools. While some art funding has been restored, many
children still receive little or no art education. This nationally
recognized, non-profit program has reached thousands of students
throughout New Mexico who would otherwise not have any
visual art education. Recently, I was privileged to be invited to join
the AIS board. AIS is adding an afterschool middle school art
program this year. Funds raised from this raffle will help support
quality art activities in New Mexico schools.
It’s fast, safe and easy to buy your $10 raffle ticket – right now!
Simply click on this link to the AIS blog, and you can buy a ticket
by credit card or through Paypal account. When you buy a raffle ticket
or make a donation to Art in the School this year, the value to
kids is doubled due to a special challenge grant from the Lumpkin
Family Foundation. If we raise $10,000 this year, they will match
that with another $10,000! So, your donation will go even further to
benefit more children. Many thanks to the New Mexico Quilters’
Association, who graciously donated the quilt to us.
Woody, Retired in Albuquerque