Celebrating Volunteer Appreciation Month: Anne Albano
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This month is Volunteer Appreciation Month and, in order to celebrate, we are featuring one of our amazing volunteers! This month is dedicated to honoring all of the volunteers in our communities as well as encouraging volunteerism throughout the month and the rest of the year. Today we celebrate you, Anne … Read More

Celebrating Women’s History: Carole King
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American Composer, Songwriter, Singer and Environmental activist Carole King is known to be one of the most successful Singer/Songwriter of her entire time. She was known to have both sung and wrote plenty of hit songs that were undefeatable on the music charts of her era. Early in her life, … Read More

Celebrating Women’s History: Billie Holiday
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Legendary Jazz Vocalist and Public Figure Born Eleanora Fagan, she grew up in Baltimore which was known for its abundance of jazz talent during the 1920’s. She developed her passion for singing by singing along to records by her favorite artists Bessie Smith and Louis Armstrong. As a youthful teenager, … Read More

Celebrating Women’s History in Art: Frida Kahlo
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Celebrating Women’s History Month, Frida Kahlo – A Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo de Rivera was a Mexican artist who became famous because of her vibrantly painted self-portraits. As a teenager, Kahlo experienced near death in a bus accident and as a result suffered multiple fractures to her … Read More

Celebrating Women’s History in Art: Yayoi Kusama
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Avant-Garde Painter, Sculpture and Novelist Yayoi Kusama is an internationally renowned Japanese Avant-Garde artist known for her eye-opening artwork and performance art. Born and raised in Nagano Prefecture, she began using motifs of polka dots and/or nets in her paintings at the very early age of 10. Kusama’s early paintings … Read More