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Chalk Art Festival to Raise Money for Interact Clubs

Collecting donations for Hurricane Joaquin relief - one of many service projects the Interact Clubs perform.
Collecting donations for Hurricane Joaquin relief – one of many service projects the Interact Clubs perform.

The Rotary Club of Abaco is conducting its 7th annual Chalk Art Sidewalk festival on December 13, 2015. It will be held behind the tent on the waterfront at the Abaco Beach resort.

The Festival aims to raise $3,000 to support the community service programs and leadership training for the over 130 members of the two Interact Clubs on Abaco. One club is at Forest Heights Academy, the other being at St. Francis de Sales.

Sponsorship is $100 which secures you or your business an artist. Artists may be professional or amateur, young or old. The artists will have two and a half hours to complete their masterpiece.

Each sponsor will receive a certificate of appreciation and the winning sponsors and artists will receive an engraved plaque.

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