Boys & Girls Clubs, the Martinsville Garden Club and the Garden Study Club donated their time this week to bring some holiday cheer to Piedmont Arts.
Members of Boys & Girls Clubs lent their handiwork to the museum's Christmas tree in the form of hand-made ornaments. The festive decorations will brighten the Piedmont Arts lobby through the holidays. Pictured at left are: Piedmont Arts Piedmont Arts Education Coordinator Sarah Short with Boys & Girls Clubs members Caden Henderson, Alyana Hairston, Boys & Girls Clubs Leader Marlena Jessee and member Carrie Hudson.
Members of the Martinsville Garden Club and the Garden Study Club planted bulbs in the museum's Gravely-Lester Art Garden. In the spring, the bulbs will bloom into beautiful daffodils, which will complement the Art Garden's permanent sculpture, Cliffhanger by artist Jeff Fetty. Fetty's piece is a 10 ft. tall daffodil, commissioned by local businessman Will Pannill in memory of his father, Bill “DaffyBill” Pannill.
Piedmont Arts is honored to have area service organization's willing to donate their time in support of the arts in Martinsville-Henry County.
|(L–R): Garden Club members Sue Rosser, Judy Epperly, Debbie Lewis and Kathy Long||(L–R): Garden Club members Leslie Hervey, Paige Frith, Sarah Fain, Susan Morris, Cindy Edgerton, Heidi Pinkston and Kathy Long|