CITY YEAR & THE HARMONY PROJECT PRESENT: SOUTH HIGH HARMONY

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CITY YEAR-Columbus is an education focused, nonprofit organization that unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service to keep students in school and on track to graduation.  City Year has partnered with the HarmonyProject to present South High Harmonyas a multi-component after school arts program where students have the opportunity to sing in a choir, create … Read More

CELEBRATING THE LEGACY: REDISCOVERING THE SPIRIT

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Puffin Foundation West, Ltd. (PFW) will help sponsor the City of Columbus’ Community Relations Commission’s  (CRC) Sixth Annual juried art exhibit for Franklin County Middle and High School students (grades 6-12) which will feature 50 pieces of art celebrating Reverend Dr. Martin Luther’s King’s legacy.  In these times we are once more called upon to save the troubled soul of America … Read More

Columbus Metropolitan Club: November 7th Forum

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K-12 International Best Practices:    THE FINLAND STORY    The Columbus Metropolitan Club’s Mission is to Connect People and Ideas Through Community Conversation and, the lunch-time Forum on November 7th at the Athletic Club of Columbus (136 E. Broad Street) is a conversation that Puffin Foundation West is supporting and asks that you come and participate.  Battelle for Kids as … Read More

ROGER WILLIAMS: THE OZONE PROJECT

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ROGER WILLIAMS’ Public Art Piece entitled THE OZONE PROJECT  is envisioned to be a moveable outdoor  mural that will be able to travel to different Columbus neighborhoods engaging viewers in its environmental imagery  that broadcasts, using the universal language of art, the message that we all need to Think Green, Save Ozone, Conserve Energy and Protect our Natural Resources.   … Read More

HarmonyProject: VOICES OF HOPE

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  The HarmonyProject’s Mission was developed by David Brown. His vision was to create an intercultural social experience, which is personified in this year’s performance on Dec 19th and 20th at the Southern Theatre when 200 diverse community members are coming together to perform a program entitled VOICES OF HOPE. In order to make it to this grand venue, each … Read More