If there’s anything that artists like to do better than create artwork, it’s giving back to society. That’s what some members of Town & Country Fine Art Center have been doing with The Red Paper Series since 2003. Lucille Nagy Carroll was inspired by fellow member Irene Davenport, who had a serious illness and said her art is what got her through the pain. After she passed away, Carroll came up with the idea of free classes for people dealing with serious illnesses.
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How to go
What: Red Paper Series
Where: Cancer Support Community, 4801 Hempstead Station Drive, Kettering
When: Classes from 1-3 p.m. on Tuesdays from July 23-Aug. 27
Cost: Free to those with serious illnesses
More info: (937) 293-5381 or email@example.com or www.thefineartcenter.org