The Muscarelle Museum hosted author Ray Evans at an event to benefit the Arc of Greater Williamsburg.
The Muscarelle Museum at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, provided a wonderful venue for this VIP Reader event. The evening began with a multi media presentation about the British Government’s “Operation Pied Piper”.
This incredible program orchestrated the evacuation of over 3 million children from cities and know Luftwaffe targets to the countryside, in an effort to provide safe haven from the bombing raids during World War II. The presentation was followed by a question and answer session with evacuee and author of Before the Last All Clear, Ray Evans and a social reception.
The evening was a great success raising significant funds for The Arc-GW thanks to the team at Ray Evans Author working together with the Arc of Greater Williamsburg staff Pamela McGregor, Darla Krupski and Bette-Faye Poythress-King. The event was enjoyed greatly by all, in the magnificent setting of and thanks to generous support from the staff and board of the Muscarelle Museum.
The Arc-GW provides programs for adults with intellectual disabilities, while also providing support and respite for their families.
The objective of the event was to raise funds and awareness for the Arc’s Literature and the Arts Class. Please visit their website at www.thearcgw.org to learn more, volunteer or to offer your personal support.
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