Thursday, November 12, 2009

Thank you to the sponsors of the Celebration of Seagrove Potters

I read the the above statement and was moved.

I wanted to thank the sponsors this year of the Celebration of Seagrove Potters. I also want to thank all of those hard working Seagrove Potters on the steering committee and the community volunteers out there that are gearing up for the event next week. Cheers to the people that are making this a quality affair and putting all of the volunteer hours into making this happen for all of us here in Seagrove. A big big THANK YOU.

To see the list of the sponsors visit the sponsor page on the Celebration of Seagrove Potters website.

I have listed them below as well.

The Celebration of Seagrove Potters festival has received strong support from potters and the community at large. Special thanks to our 2009 Sponsors: Amicks Superstore, Arts Council of Moore County, Asheboro Elastics, Autocraft, Carolina Arts, Community One, DirtWorks Pottery, Embarq Corporation, First Bank, Heart of NC Visitors Bureau, Insurance Associates of the Triad, Ivey B. and Ruby Owen Luck Family, Life 103.1, Moore County Convention & Visitors Bureau, NC Zoological Society, Our State Magazine, Prevo Drug, Progress Energy, Pugh Funeral Home, Randolph Arts Guild, Randolph Electric, Randolph Telephone, Richard and Susan Garkalns, STARworks NC, Upton Accounting, Van Derveers Gas, Village Printing with more coming on board each week.

Just in case you want to read what the above image says I will write it below:

Very special thanks to the vision and spirit of Ivey B. Luck and family. His hard-working ethic and his contributions to the community have provided us the opportunity to hold our inaugural event at the historic Luck's Cannery. The Celebration of Seagrove Potters admires and hopes to continue the spirit of the original Luck's Cannery: people of the Seagrove area working together to provide for their community.

I have posted the list of Seagrove Potters participating in the Celebration on the Three Corners Clay Blog.

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