Farmer Charity Portrait Series to benefit Ronald McDonald House
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[May 17, 2007]
SPRINGFIELD -- Guests are not required to pay
anything to enjoy the comforts of "home away from home" at the
Ronald McDonald House. However, it does cost the Ronald McDonald
House approximately $60 a night to house each family. So, to keep
the doors open, the charity relies on donations from the community
and fundraisers like the Terry Farmer Charity Portrait Series.
Bob Witter, executive director of Ronald McDonald House Charities of
Central Illinois, says, "We are very excited that Terry (Farmer)
chose the Ronald McDonald House to benefit from their new Charity
Portrait Series. We know it will be a tremendous success because of
Terry's talent in providing beautiful portraits."
Portrait Series is a unique way for everyone to have a personal
portrait session with Terry Farmer, receive a fine art sepia print
and help out the Ronald McDonald House.
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Charity photography sessions are limited to May 24-26 or June
13-16, and there are only 100 sessions available. To schedule your
personal portrait session to help the "House That Love Built,"
please call Terry Farmer today at 698-6000.
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