Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Interfaith Social Services as of today raised $1,000,000 for the FEED THE HUNGRY campaign. They have provided almost 1/2 million pounds of food to help people in need of assistance. I was a tiny part in that number by doing a portrait demo to show people what they were bidding for in a live auction for one of my portraits.
Judy Manning brought her beautiful goddaughter Katie to sit while I painted her in front of the huge crowd at Lombardos in Randolph.
We must give thanks to all the angels who worked so hard to so much for the needy!
Interfaith Social Services 105 Adams Street Quincy, MA 02169 Phone: 617-773-6203 Fax: 617-472-7987Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Presentation of a Commemorative Portrait of the Honorable David G. Nagle First Justice of the Brockton District Court
The Honorable Judge David G. Nagle
The Judge Nagle Portrait Committee and the Plymouth County Bar Association recently presented a Commemorative Portrait in honor of his long career as First Justice of the Brockton District Court by Dianne Panarelli Miller.
Kevin P. Creedon, Clerk-Magistrate was the Master of Ceremonies. The Honorable Paul C. Dawley, the Honorable Lynda M. Connolly, Jack M. Atwood, Esquire, Kevin Reddington, Esquire, and Judge Nagle's son David G. Nagle Jr, Esquire were speakers at this memorable event.