Paint Chips Moved Because of Storm
I've interviewed Jen O'Brien on many occasions regarding the non-profit that she runs called the Magic Paintbrush Project. It's a place where special needs families get support and engage in creative projects. It's located at the Oakdale Mall in Johnson City.
Every year they hold what's called the Paint Chips fundraiser. I've attended the even in the past and had a blast. It's a casino night with huge prizes, a silent auction, and great food and drinks.
This years event was supposed to be held under the big tent at the Heritage Country Club as it has been in years past. But this past Monday's storm damaged the tent so badly, that the event has been moved to the Boys and Girls Club of Western Broome in Endicott. That's right down across from Union Endicott's football field.
Tickets are still available for this great event and can be purchased at the door. So if you are looking for a good time tonight and want to help out a great cause, check out Paint Chips to benefit the Magic Paintbrush Project.