ART FOR THE HEART FUND-RAISER
Get a snazzy new headshot, pick up some new artwork for your home, and help benefit the community.
Have you heard about Taco Tuesday?
Well, now there is Headshot Monday.
The first Headshot Monday is scheduled for February 13th from 11 AM – 2 PM. Each session lasts 15 minutes, and you can choose two backdrops; light gray or medium gray. I will take 10-12 photos of you. The best five will be edited and presented in an online gallery five days after the event.
Headshot Monday will be held at Bunten Rd. Park, 3180 Bunten Rd. Duluth GA 30096
A headshot is only $59 for the first one and $35 for each additional headshot. Each image is provided in full resolution and retouched. Retouching includes:
- removing shadows under the eyes
- reducing facial lines
- whitening teeth
- remove shine from the face
Best of all, 5% of your bill will be donated to a local charity, Hands of Christ.
To learn more about Hands of Christ, scroll down.
What’s not to like about Headshot Monday?
You’ll receive a BRAND NEW Headshot to start the New Year, and you will help out a local charity.
Registration and payment for one headshot are required to reserve your spot. There are no refunds for no-shows or cancellations less than 24 hours before your appointment.
PLEASE BRING A CANNED GOOD THAT CAN BE DONATED TO HANDS OF CHRIST DULUTH CO-OP
Mary Buck Nature Photography – ART SHOW
An Art Event to help benefit the community.
5% of all sales will go toward Hands of Christ Duluth Co-op
Sunday, February 12, from 1 PM – 5 PM
3779 Davenport Rd. Duluth, GA 30096
I will be showing some new work from my recent travels.
All former pieces of printed art will be 50% OFF
Light refreshments will be served
Hope you can come!
(please park at the library and walk two blocks or park in one of the parking spots marked with white stripes).
ABOUT HANDS OF CHRIST DULUTH CO-OP
The Duluth Co-Op relies on the generous support of churches, businesses, civic organizations, schools, private foundations, grants and individuals to provide emergency services to families, the disabled, and seniors who desperately need a helping hand.
There is a dire need for help in Duluth and Gwinnett County—and most people living in our community are unaware. In fact, Gwinnett County has the 3rd highest total homeless population in the state of Georgia. A few other facts might surprise you as well:
- In Gwinnett County, 11.4% of the population lives in poverty (102,496 out of 900,628 people).
- A 2015 Georgia Department of Community Affairs report suggests Gwinnett has the largest homeless population of any metro Atlanta community.
- In 2016, 54% of all Gwinnett County school children were eligible for free or reduced lunches. That’s almost 96,000 children—enough to fill over 1,370 school buses.
The Duluth Co-op brings our community together to provide food, emergency assistance, and hope to neighbors in need. We believe churches, businesses, and community members can serve together in a way that makes life better for everyone.