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Thanks to Active Volunteer
Bill Cary may be retired from Intel but he is anything but retired when it
comes to his involvement with ASA, the Artists' Studio Association, in
Lincoln City. For this non-profit group, Bill is active and visible doing a
variety of things. He is a board member and assists in teaching
children's art classes, writing grants, hanging art displays and even
helping with maintenance and cleaning. In 2009 those activities qualified
ASA to receive a matching grant of $580, donated by Intel, at a value of
$10 per hour.
around the world a better place to live, work and play. While the donation is not earmarked
for any specific purpose, Bill expects that it will be used to offset costs associated with
installing handicapped access to the ASA building. Not one to slow down, Bill is already
well on his way to earning a second donation for 2010 and says that he is “proud to be
involved” with this positive program.
We need you
We are asking that ASA members and frequent users of the ASA studio and facilities pitch in and
donate a little time to help maintain our work space.
Each week,on an alternating basis, an ASA member or one of our partners in the Co-op Gallery will
clean the studio, kitchen and restroom. ASA will provide all cleaning supplies (thanks Leoda). All it
will take just an hour or so each week. If we spread the opportunity around it will not involve much of
any one person's time.
A sign-up sheet has been posted in the studio on the bulletin board between the kitchen and
restroom. Every other week one member of ASA or the Gallery will sign up to do the cleaning duties.
Tuesday seems to be the best day to do the work but it can be done on any day at your convenience,
just designate which day you are volunteering for so it is clear to everyone and we don't do double
If you can't make it in to the studio to sign up, call Bill at 503-965-3683. He will get you on the calendar
please step-up, pitch-in, roll up your sleeves and do your part.
A Pitch -- Volunteering is critical to keeping ASA the friendly, personal art group it is. We get a bunch of special perks for
our ASA membership: opens studios, the ability to display our art for sale at a very modest price, art paper sold to us at
a huge discount over retail, art classes & workshops at a very affordable price, a place to meet & enjoy other people
who love art. If WE don't volunteer and do our part -- why should anyone else? Many hands make light work.
|Please read the following ASA Member Art Display Policy for all of the details.
ASA Art Display Policy 2012
Just a reminder that ASA is having a fundraising sale on Saturday March 17th from 10 am to 4 pm. The art supply donation made to ASA by Karen Berger, daughter-in-law of Helen Frank former student of Arlon and long time member of ASA will be sold, along with any other donations. If you have things you would like to donate to the sale please bring them to the studio tomorrow Friday March 16th from 1 pm to 4 pm. We hope to see you at the sale. All money earned will go to supporting ASA. Thanks for participating in this fundraiser.
Attention all ASA members!
ASA is a wonderful organization.
We all benefit from the classes, companionship and community of supportive friends we find at ASA.
Many hands make light work - please lend your hands to help guide our group.
Find an activity that you are willing to work on and join the fun.