Spring for the Arts, indeed

Spring for the Arts, indeed
Dr. Marcelle Polednik and David Kammerman

The 10th  Annual Cathedral Arts Project Spring for the Arts gala celebrated its mission– while raising over half a million dollars in one evening. The goal of helping enrich the quality of life in Northeast Florida by celebrating the creative spirit of Jacksonville’s youth was in full effect, as a youth performance kicked off the live auction.
The milestone fundraising effort will go a long way in providing access to instruction in the visual and performing arts. Cathedral Arts programs empower underserved, school-aged children to succeed in all areas of their lives. Currently, the programs serve 2,145 students two afternoons each week during the school year and summer, providing quality, standards-based instruction in dance, music, theatre and visual arts at no charge, thanks to support from patrons and donors. The ever-growing event was held at the Deerwood Country Club on March 7 and tallied over 650 in attendance.

Jensen and Sarah Hande

Jensen and Sarah Hande

Joanna Graham with Jason Kelly

Joanna Graham with Jason Kelly

Dr. Marcelle Polednik and David Kammerman

Dr. Marcelle Polednik and David Kammerman

Mike and M’Lissa Gravelle with Pat and Frank D’Angelo and Kristina and John Marino

Mike and M’Lissa Gravelle with Pat and Frank D’Angelo and Kristina and John Marino

Tayloe McDonald, Laura Grippa Moody, Jennifer Fulton and Event Chair Heather Geraghty

Tayloe McDonald, Laura Grippa Moody, Jennifer Fulton and Event Chair Heather Geraghty

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