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COMMUNITY PILLARS PROGRAM

Event Date: Tuesday & Thursday evenings
Event Time: 6:30 to 8:30
Location:

Community Pillars Program

http://www.cityartscooperative.com/CommunityPillars.html

Community Pillars Program

Tuesday & Thursday evenings, 6:30 to 8:30

The Community Pillars program is run by Chautauqua Learn and Serve Charter School and is made possible by funds received from the 2011 Best Neighborhood Grant. Heather & John Parker, Steev Kanuch, and Heather Hay are the instructors. Cynthia McCauley is the program administrator.
Questions or more information?

Please call Chautauqua (Steev Kanuch or Heather Hay) 850-785-5056, or Heather Parker 850-249-9295, or email CityArts.

The Community Pillars program begins at roughly 6:30pm every
Tuesday & Thursday night, after dinner at the McCauley House
(just across McKenzie Park). Dinner is served at 6pm at the
McCauley House every Tues & Thurs night for anyone in need
of an evening meal.

After dinner, anyone and everyone is welcome to participate in
the Community Pillars Program at CityArts: enter through the
second red door on the parking lot side of CityArts.Join others in creating a decorative pillar or candlestick- all supplies are provided.

All stages of participation/creativity are needed: taking
apart donated furniture, sanding, repairing, priming,
assembling, base coating, decorative painting/finishing,
and varnishing.

You do not need to be homeless to participate in the program.

Everyone is welcome.

The finished products (candlesticks, decorative pillars, home
accessories) are displayed at CityArts and, in the near future, will be
displayed at other local businesses.

The Community Pillars can be purchased for as low as $15. 100%
of the proceeds are split between the Hungry & Homeless Coalition,
the Women & Children Transformational Recovery Mission, and
other reputable Bay County non-profit organizations that benefit the
homeless. Your purchase is a donation, no sales tax is added.

Please make checks payable to ‘Chautauqua’.Volunteer helpers are welcome at any time. Just show up and state that you would like
to volunteer to assist the Community Pillars Program.

Donations of materials are accepted- any wooden furniture with legs, water-based
paints, brushes, wooden accessories, sandpaper, etc. Please put donations in the
black box outside the second red door.

Everyone that participates can become eligible for a 30-day Trolley Pass simply by signing in and participating four (4) times. Come 4 times, participate while you are here, and you will receive a voucher to redeem for a 31-day Trolley
Pass.
The Community Pillars program is allotted 60 Trolley Passes per month, first come/first served.

Volunteer helpers are welcome at any time. Just show up and state that you would like to volunteer to assist the Community Pillars Program.

Donations of materials are accepted- any wooden furniture with legs, water-based
paints, brushes, wooden accessories, sandpaper, etc. Please put donations in the
black box outside the second red door.

Dinner, Tues & Thurs evenings, 6pm

Questions or more information? Please call Chautauqua (Steev Kanuch or Heather Hay) 850-785-5056, or Heather Parker 850-249-9295, or email CityArts.

 
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