Why we do what we do! It puts a smile on our faces to hear this!
‘Unbelievable’ response for event
We felt the need to recognize and salute this wonderful organization, because we, as a couple, faced some very unexpected traveling and medical expenses as a result of surgical complications.
A silent auction and art demonstration will be held on November 10th, 2012 at the Eric Johnson Art Studio to benefit the RO Foundation. The studio has reached out to local artists to donate art work in all media including painting, photography, sculpture, pottery handmade jewelry and other handmade crafts.
One of the artists offering a demonstration at the event will be Kristin Vail of Painted Vail Face and Body Art. Kristin’s work is truly amazing and finely detailed! You won’t want to miss this!
From the Dunkirk Observer:
“On occasion you can drive down Central Avenue and see a couple holding hands as they walk near downtown Fredonia. It is rare to see more than 500 people holding hands, but that was the sight Saturday morning.”
Read the full article here – Holding Hands for Cancer
“We wanted to make this year’s sale even better,” Bunge said. “We all wanted to do this in memory of long time family friend Patrick K. Coughlin and to the charity he really believed in, the RO Foundation.
With help from family, friends and the community the day care, located at 170 W. Main St. in Fredonia, was able to raise $1,525.