JARC, an organization serving people with disabilities, is teaming with JCC-KAT Kids All Together for a joint fundraising sculpture sale to support both organization’s vital programs for children and adult disabilities, including autism.
World-renowned artist, Jerry Soble’s popular collection of bronze, stainless steel, cast glass, marble and alabaster sculptures will be on display and available for purchase on Friday, August 23, 2013 through Sunday, August 25, 2013 from noon to 5 p.m.
This fundraising event will be taking place at 3319 LaPlaya Lane, off Old Orchard Lake Trail on beautiful Upper Straights Lake (south on Hiller Road off Commerce Road in to LaPlaya subdivision). For more information on the art show or for a complete price list, please contact Jerry Soble at 248.683.4364 or visit www.jeromesoble.com.
All proceeds raised at this event go directly to JARC or JCC/KAT. There is no charge to attend and families are welcome. For more information, please visit www.jarc.org or call 248.538.6611.
Based in Farmington Hills, Michigan JARC is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization serving people with disabilities. Adults with developmental disabilities are served in 58 residential settings in the community. JARC also provides services for children and adults living at home with their families, including in-home respite care, inclusive education and recreation services, advocacy, life planning, and social opportunities. For more information on JARC, please visit www.jarc.org or call 248.538.6611.
The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit’s Kids All Together (KAT) is an award-winning inclusion program that offers children and teens with disabilities the opportunity to participate fully in children's and teen programming at the Center. For more information, visit www.jccdet.org or call 248.432.5457.