Chair-ries Jubilee traveling chairs visit United Community
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Chair-ries Jubilee Do-Dynasty 2014 will be April 11 at the Museum Center at Five Points, beginning at 6 p.m. Some chairs have begun visits to spots around Cleveland. The first visit is to United Community Bank, 2525 Keith St. From left is an antique rocker donated by Wanda Elliot of Yesterday’s Treasures and re-upholstered by Ron Morrison; a child’s high chair painted green for the beginning of a new dynasty by Lisa Hoffer, a Chair-ries Jubilee committee member; and Tonya Gentry of Excel Inc. has painted a flag chair representing the dynasty of the United States.
Chair-ries Jubilee Do-Dynasty 2014 will be April 11 at the Museum Center at Five Points, beginning at 6 p.m. Some chairs have begun visits to spots around Cleveland. The first visit is to United Community Bank, 2525 Keith St. From left is an antique rocker donated by Wanda Elliot of Yesterday’s Treasures and re-upholstered by Ron Morrison; a child’s high chair painted green for the beginning of a new dynasty by Lisa Hoffer, a Chair-ries Jubilee committee member; and Tonya Gentry of Excel Inc. has painted a flag chair representing the dynasty of the United States.
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Chair-ries Jubilee Do-Over Dynasty 2014 is just three weeks away, so it is time to bring some chairs out for display.

The annual event will be held April 11 at The Museum Center at Five Points beginning at 6 that evening.

Chair-ries Jubilee is a fundraising event for arts in education sponsored by The Allied Arts Council of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce.

United Community Bank, 2525 Keith St., Cleveland, is our first stop for the visiting chairs. Carolyn Hendrix and Nicole Lee of United Community Bank are shown with the three visiting chairs for Chair-ries Jubilee Do-Over Dynasty 2014. The visiting chairs are:

— An antique rocker donated by Wanda Elliot of Yesterday’s Treasures and re-upholstered by Ron Morrison. It has that Downtown Abbey era look.

— Lisa Hoffer, a Chair-ries Jubilee committee gal, has painted a child’s high chair green for the beginning of a new dynasty.

— Tonya Gentry, of Excel Inc. has painted a flag chair representing the dynasty of the United States.

These chairs — and lots more, including desks, chests and lamps — will be for sale at this annual event which funds art grants to our local schools, visiting artists in our schools and community art projects.

Tickets are available at The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce and The Red Ribbon.