Home Savings Gives $5K to Butler Day Camp
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Home Savings donated a check for $5,000 to The Butler Institute of American Art.
The funds will be used to support the Summer Visual Arts Day Camp 2018.
“This support from Home Savings will provide scholarships for approximately 25 students with special needs or with an economic disadvantage,” said Rebecca Davis, development director for The Butler Institute of American Art. “SVADC focuses on the visual arts and unlike other summer camps in the area, campers have access to the Butler’s extensive permanent collection to inspire their own work. Students attending SVADC are immersed in four main media including drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture with equal time devoted to each.”
Children between the ages of eight and 12 are eligible for the Summer Visual Arts Day Camp. The camp will be held July 17 through 20 and July 24 through 27.
To find registration forms and for more information visit ButlerArt.com/education.
Pictured: Joyce Mistovich, education director of The Butler Institute of American Art; Trish
Gelsomino, branch manager of Home Savings Main Office; and Rebecca Davis, development director of The Butler Institute of American Art.
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