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One hundred years from now it will not matter what kind of car I drove, what kind of house I lived in, how much money I had in my bank account, nor what my clothes looked like. But the world may be a little better because I was important in the life of a child.
- Forest E. Witcraft
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KeeYoung Boyd

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Bone Zones is the home of the Jefferson Bass Book Signing Team. Bone Zones assist Dr. Bill Bass and Jon Jefferson with book signings and other special events. Purchase your own signed copy of this successful duo's books and a portion of the sales will go directly to support Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center.

Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center, Inc. invites you to share the joy of award winning artist Jim Gray's work while supporting our mission of combating child abuse at the same time.

As Jim Gray's son Chris shares, "Building this door into Jim Gray Gallery for Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center was a real challenge for me.  I met with my friend Donna Koester, the Executive Director, and knew that we wanted to help."

Chris goes on to say, "You see, child abuse is not a warm and fuzzy cause that you can easily trumpet.  Saving the hemlock trees or bears in the Smokies, or saving a child from cancer is a train that is easy to get on board.  Child Abuse is ugly.  It hurts and it offends. So I asked Donna to help me tell what it is that Safe Harbor does in a way that a child, a parent, or a grandparent could all understand."

To share Donna's explanation to her 4 year old grandson, please visit www.jimgraygallery.com.  Once you arrive at their home page, type in the word SAFE where it asks for you to enter your charity code or password.

When you make a purchase on-line while using the SAFE code, Jim Gray Gallery will donate 50% of the purchase price to Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center.

PLUS, you will automatically be entered into a drawing for a Jim Gray print valued at up to $1,500 during the upcoming Christmas holiday season.

Please help the Jim Gray on-line Gallery support SAFE HARBOR's mission while at the same time becoming the proud owner of a spectacular piece of art depicting the Smokies, or perhaps a scene on the ocean, Jim's two favorite locales.  Feel free to share this offer with your friends.  With a holiday or special occasion always around the corner, don't forget to purchase gifts of Jim's art for your friends and family as well.  Your generosity will go a long way to help us heal and recover the child victims of physical and sexual abuse and severe neglect in our community.

  Participants came from across the continental United States to compete in an art show, the Clinky Classic 2, to benefit the Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center. Safe Harbor is a non-profit organization serving child-victims of sexual abuse and other severe forms of abuse and neglect in Tennessee’s Fourth Judicial District, consisting of Cocke, Grainger, Jefferson and Sevier counties.

   The event was hosted by Kristina and Paul Francis, owners of Lucas Francis Studio in Dandridge, TN on December 9 and 10. “One of our contestants drove all the way here from Nevada to attend this event”, said Paul. “The turnout and response has been great.”

   “The Clinky Classic 2 had some exquisite equine art competing”, said Barry Fain, president of Safe Harbor’s board of directors. “It reminds me just how woefully lacking I am in artistic ability to look at the pieces on display at this show.”

   Competitors exhibited a multitude of pieces with gloss, matte and bisque finishes competing in a variety of categories, based on the style of horse, also with categories to recognize grand champions and reserves. Some exhibitors were collectors, while others also made many of the pieces they brought to the table.

   “Paul’s and Kristina’s work on this benefit show was a great success”, noted Fain. “We truly appreciate their hard work to help Safe Harbor fulfill its mission to serve child abuse victims in our four-county district.”

   Due to the response of the competitors and the success of this show, a similar event(s) in the future may be likely. The event raised over one thousand dollars from auction items alone for Safe Harbor.

   Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center is an IRS approved 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created to serve child-victims of severe abuse and neglect. If you are interested in seeing how your time and talents can benefit child abuse victims with Safe Harbor, call their executive director, Donna Koester, at (865) 453-2638 or e-mail her at Donna.Koester @ SafeHarborCAC.com. To learn more about Safe Harbor and its efforts to serve child-victims, visit www.SafeHarborCAC.com. And, remember – “It shouldn’t hurt to be a child!”

     Participants came from across the continental United States to compete in an art show, the Clinky Classic 2, to benefit the Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center. Safe Harbor is a non-profit organization serving child-victims of sexual abuse and other severe forms of abuse and neglect in Tennessee’s Fourth Judicial District, consisting of Cocke, Grainger, Jefferson and Sevier counties.

     The event was hosted by Kristina and Paul Francis, owners of Lucas Francis Studio in Dandridge, TN on December 9 and 10. “One of our contestants drove all the way here from Nevada to attend this event”, said Paul. “The turnout and response has been great.”

     “The Clinky Classic 2 had some exquisite equine art competing”, said Barry Fain, president of Safe Harbor’s board of directors. “It reminds me just how woefully lacking I am in artistic ability to look at the pieces on display at this show.”

     Competitors exhibited a multitude of pieces with gloss, matte and bisque finishes competing in a variety of categories, based on the style of horse, also with categories to recognize grand champions and reserves. Some exhibitors were collectors, while others also made many of the pieces they brought to the table.

     “Paul’s and Kristina’s work on this benefit show was a great success”, noted Fain. “We truly appreciate their hard work to help Safe Harbor fulfill its mission to serve child abuse victims in our four-county district.”

     Due to the response of the competitors and the success of this show, a similar event(s) in the future may be likely. The event raised over one thousand dollars from auction items alone for Safe Harbor.

     Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center is an IRS approved 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created to serve child-victims of severe abuse and neglect. If you are interested in seeing how your time and talents can benefit child abuse victims with Safe Harbor, call their executive director, Donna Koester, at (865) 453-2638 or e-mail her at Donna.Koester @ SafeHarborCAC.com. To learn more about Safe Harbor and its efforts to serve child-victims, visit www.SafeHarborCAC.com. And, remember – “It shouldn’t hurt to be a child!”

     Participants came from across the continental United States to compete in an art show, the Clinky Classic 2, to benefit the Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center. Safe Harbor is a non-profit organization serving child-victims of sexual abuse and other severe forms of abuse and neglect in Tennessee’s Fourth Judicial District, consisting of Cocke, Grainger, Jefferson and Sevier counties.

     The event was hosted by Kristina and Paul Francis, owners of Lucas Francis Studio in Dandridge, TN on December 9 and 10. “One of our contestants drove all the way here from Nevada to attend this event”, said Paul. “The turnout and response has been great.”

     “The Clinky Classic 2 had some exquisite equine art competing”, said Barry Fain, president of Safe Harbor’s board of directors. “It reminds me just how woefully lacking I am in artistic ability to look at the pieces on display at this show.”

     Competitors exhibited a multitude of pieces with gloss, matte and bisque finishes competing in a variety of categories, based on the style of horse, also with categories to recognize grand champions and reserves. Some exhibitors were collectors, while others also made many of the pieces they brought to the table.

     “Paul’s and Kristina’s work on this benefit show was a great success”, noted Fain. “We truly appreciate their hard work to help Safe Harbor fulfill its mission to serve child abuse victims in our four-county district.”

     Due to the response of the competitors and the success of this show, a similar event(s) in the future may be likely. The event raised over one thousand dollars from auction items alone for Safe Harbor.

     Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center is an IRS approved 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created to serve child-victims of severe abuse and neglect. If you are interested in seeing how your time and talents can benefit child abuse victims with Safe Harbor, call their executive director, Donna Koester, at (865) 453-2638 or e-mail her at Donna.Koester @ SafeHarborCAC.com. To learn more about Safe Harbor and its efforts to serve child-victims, visit www.SafeHarborCAC.com. And, remember – “It shouldn’t hurt to be a child!”

A night of soothing acoustical music over a cup of specially prepared coffee is on tap October 21 in Jefferson City.  The Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center is partnering with Johnson’s Brewing Station for a local fundraiser to aid in their mission to assist child-victims of sexual abuse, as well as other forms of severe abuse and neglect.

We are very excited about this opportunity to raise awareness about Safe Harbor’s mission to serve child-victims of abuse in the Fourth Judicial District”, said Barry Fain, president of Safe Harbor’s board of directors.  “This is the second event for which a local business in our county has partnered with us to raise awareness and funds for our work.

Bands from around the area will perform between 4 and 11 p.m. at Johnson’s Brewing Station, located on Russell Avenue near Highway 11-E.  Admission tickets are $5 in advance, or $7 at the door.  Advance tickets are available at Johnson’s Brewing Station, and room 200A of the Baker Building at Carson-Newman College.

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