Monday, September 29, 2008

Fundraising Campaign on the Home Stretch

Last week, the Carnegie Center had a fundraising reception in Frankfort at the Ziegler House, the only Frank Lloyd Wright home in Kentucky designed during the architect's lifetime. We were thrilled to be in such an amazing space. Special thanks to Ed and Sue Stodola for opening up their home to us.

Here are some pictures of the event:
The beautiful house

Staff member, Hannah Legris, helped to serve the wine from Chrisman Mill winery. The wine was generously donated by GBBN Architects.

Development Director, Jennifer Mattox, and her husband Travis pose for a photo.
A quick shot with my husband, Andrew Owens. Thanks for all of your graphics help, Drew!

Larry and Jan Isenhour (CCLL Executive Director); Alice and Ken Greene

Carolyn and John Hackworth

VISTA leader, Mike Grimm (left) enjoys some of the coffee donated by Starbucks.

CCLL Writer-in-residence, Neil Chethik, chats with homeowner, Ed Stodola on the front porch.

The Carnegie Center is so close to closing the gap in our $1 million campaign. To date, we have raised $962,000! Thank you to all who have contributed so generously to make our programs possible. If you would like to get involved in our campaign, please contact Jennifer Mattox (859.254.4175 or

Have a great Monday!

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