Looking for a perfect small gift? Maybe you need some notecards. Or you want to support arts programs at a local school.
You can accomplish any and all of these at our November 19 DIHS meeting.
Lee Ann Bain will have a limited number of boxes of 15 note cards and envelopes available for sale for $15.
She can only accept cash. All proceeds will go to benefit art programs at Philip Simmons High School.
Here are two samples of the terrific work by the PSHS young artists:
The cards were originally to be sold at our October meeting but Lee Ann was unable to attend that night…hence the November 19 opportunity.
It will also be an opportunity for a fascinating look at the original Americans.
Daniel Island resident Jessica Marie Knuff is an activist for Native issues and of Cherokee/Pee Dee heritage. She sits on the board of the U.S. Department of State’s Native American Foreign Affairs Council, acts as a White House Generation Indigenous liaison, and is a member of the Indigenous Women’s Alliance of South Carolina. Jessica is particularly interested in Native history of the South and the revitalization of Indigenous languages.
She currently works for the State Department. Before joining the Department, Jessica worked as a professor of Political Science and International Security Studies. Prior to her career in academia, she was a researcher at the United Nations FAO and the Center for Refugee Studies in Rome, Italy.
One more important note about the November 19 meeting…it will be held in the main Church of the Holy Cross, NOT the Parish Hall where we usually meet.