Sullivan County Imagination Library

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Brushstrokes for Books

Register for Brushstrokes for Books

You’re invited to a fun night to support early childhood literacy by creating your own masterpiece of art under the guidance of renowned artist, Leigh Ann Agee. The event is being hosted by Sullivan County Imagination Library with all proceeds going to support its mission to provide free books to all children from birth to 5 years of age in Sullivan County.

The cost is $60 which pays for all supplies, instruction, hors d’oeuvres, wine and soft drinks.  There will be a silent auction of various baskets of goodies, homemade baked goods and other merchandise. Tickets are limited. Purchase yours today. For more information, call 423-573-1424. Register online at Eventbrite.

Cost: $60
Date: Friday, October 19, 2018
Time: 6:00-9:00 PM
Minimum age: 21
Name of event: Brushstrokes for Books
Artist: Leigh Ann Agee
Place: Mercantile on State  618 State St, Bristol, TN 37620

Click on video to see the newly created masterpiece Leigh Ann has created for our event!!!

Want to know more about Moon Bound Girl artist, Leigh Ann Agee…check out her website  or follow her on FACEBOOK @Moon Bound Girl

 

LOCATION AND PARKING

 

SCIL Celebrates 10th birthday and mailing of 500,000 Imagination Library books!

 SCIL Celebrates 10th birthday and mailing of 500,000 Imagination Library Books!

The Sullivan County Imagination Library recently celebrated two milestones: its 10th birthday and the mailing of 500,000 Imagination Library books to local preschool children over those 10 years. Three businesses and one non-profit organization were honored for their long-standing commitment to early childhood literacy: Citizen’s Bank, Eastman Chemical Company Foundation, Eastman Credit Union, and Speedway Children’s Charities. Each has donated to the Sullivan County Imagination Library every year for the entire 10 years of our existence. When you see people from these businesses, please thank them for us. They care about the future of our children.

Barbara Maston reads to 1st Presbyterian preschoolers

Barbara Maston reads to 1st Presbyterian preschoolers

 

Richard Venable and Jan Miles

Richard Venable and Jan Miles

 

Mayor Phillips and Richard Venable

Mayor Phillips and Richard Venable



Valerie Love, on the importance of reading to learning

Valerie Love, on the importance of reading to learning


GBBF VP Dean Hoskins

GBBF VP Dean Hoskins


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