2014-05-30 / Community

River Tree Arts honors exhibit donors

River Tree Arts recently recognized a group of donors at a private reception held in the Irvine Gallery on May 7. Guests were treated to a sneak preview of the Ron Rovner solo exhibit “Maine to Santa Fe” and a tour of the new jewelry and pottery studios. River Tree Arts was alive with classes and the sounds of music were in the air.

River Tree Arts has seen growth in programming cultivating in a diverse selection of classes and workshops for all ages. Itscontinued success as a non-profit would not have been possible without the generous contributions from our donors.

According to River TRee Arts “the support we receive from our community is vital in keeping us alive as Maine’s oldest community art center. We are proud to provide a place to facilitate creativity in art, theater, music and dance reaching beyond the Kennebunks into surrounding communities.,

We would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their generosity: UNUM, Pratt and Whitney, Kennebunk Savings Bank, The Weintraub Foundation, Geraldine Waterhouse, Ken Eason and Ellen Fecteau, Bowley Builders, On the Marsh Bistro, Hurlbutt Design and Hannaford Supermarket.”

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