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Family Connections Hosts Interior and Floral Design Workshops
May 2, 2005

Family Connection (FC) of Greenville is a non-profit special needs support organization that helps families of children with special needs.  For example, if a family has a child with Downs Syndrome and contacts Family Connection of Greenville, FC will put them in contact with numerous families
throughout our area that have the same issues.  This family can then get first-hand advice, support, etc for the difficult issues that they face.

As a non-profit, Family Connection relies on fundraising events to secure their budget.  The main one is the Family Connection Designer Home Tour.  This year's tour includes several workshops dealing with redesigning and redecorating your home.  Please make a note of these workshops and help support a tremendous Upstate resource.  The workshops for this year are all $25, which includes lunch or dinner and is tax deductible. 

The topics include the following:
"Building and Renovating: What You Need to Know"
Jim Neal, F.A.I.A. of Neal Prince and Partners
110 West North Street
Monday, May 9  at 6:30 pm

"Spring Flower Arranging"
Joel Kirby of Curly Willow Designs
6 Oakway Circle
Tuesday, May 10 at 6:30 pm

"Spring Accessorizing Your Home"
Carey Taylor, A.S.I.D. of C. Taylor Interiors
115 Pelham Road
Wednesday, May 11 at 10:30 am and 6:30 pm

"Antique Oriental Rugs"
Whitney Ramseur and Mary Walker Eanes
202 Chamberlain Court
Thursday, May 12 at 10:30 am

If you know of someone who would like to attend, please feel free to pass along this information.  All questions may be directed to or by simply calling 864.322.0862

Tim Whims, Editor in Chief
Today's Physician Magazine
Seasoned Magazine
Upstate Living Magazine
(864) 322-0862 (office)
(864) 322-0863 (fax)
(864) 350-1777 (cell)

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