October 4, 2008


Just a nudge to get you folks to submit a featured artist profile for this blog. I haven't received any yet...


  1. Just saw this on craigslist - thought I'd let you all know..

    October Bazaar

    Wilmington Senior Center
    N. Market st.

    Oct 10-11
    Is having their annual BAZAAR.
    There will be food, gifts, homeade quilted blankets, sweaters, knick knacks,clothes,etc.

    Tables are still available at $15.00 for both days. If you have any questions please call the number above.


    Unfortunately I will be unable to attend as I am moving that weekend.. but I figured I'd post it so everyone knows about it!!

  2. If anyone would like to help...I am donating a couple pieces for this organization's fundraiser in November.. All they ask is that you give them a business card or something that they can give the highest bidder with the item you donate so they can get back to you for future needs.

    A little about the organization..
    "The Jasmine Charitable Trust is a non-profit organization that trains and provides Service Dogs for Disabled Americans. It is named for Champion Blacktie & All That Jazz (Jasmine), the first AKC Conformation Champion Standard Poodle to become a Certified Service Dog. The Jasmine Charitable Trust is dedicated to providing lifelong support to its Service Teams. Standard Poodles are used almost exclusively since there is an extremely low incidence of allergic sensitivity to them. They are also quicker to train and serve more as an equitable team member for a longer period of time due to their longevity. "

    "In November the fourth Annual Auction will be held to benefit The Jasmine Trust. Originated by a local group of Stich ‘N Bitch knitters the annual auctions raise money to help house, feed, and spay/neuter each of the Service Dogs during their 680 hours of training before they go to live with their Partner. The auction proceeds and community donations represents up to 50% of the costs to a disabled person in acquiring and training with their Service Dog. Anything that you can donate will be incredibly helpful in raising money and getting a disabled person one step closer to independence through the help of a Service Dog."

    If you would like to help, you may contact Elsie at jasminetrust@cox.net, and you can check out their myspace page at http://www.myspace.com/jasminetrust or their site at http://www.jasminetrust.org