Fruit of Labor: Rising from the Dust, Bigger and Better
Fruit of Labor World Cultural Center: Rising from the Dust Bigger & Better
We’d like to say THANK YOU to all our family and community of supporters who have called, come by, helped clean and relocate the few salvageable items we could from the Fruit of Labor World Cultural Center. The damage done when the huge oak tree fell through the roof of the cultural center, following the severe storms of this past Wednesday, was massive. It is just a temporary setback, though. We are committed to coming back. In fact, we will bring our community a bigger, better and more beautiful Cultural Center! We will continue to serve working people and the many community based organizations in the Triangle.
We are looking forward to seeing you at our community cultural arts and music festival, benefit & celebration when we re-open this spring! If you would like to help with its’ planning, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919-231-2660. You can keep up with our rebuilding progress by checking our website at www.fruitoflabor.org, signing up to receive our monthly newsletter or by following us on Facebook. Again, thank you for all your love and support!
Fruit of Labor Singing Ensemble
Nathanette, Angaza, Rick & Darrion