WOW! That’s what I’m talkin’ about. Step up to the plate and hit a grand slam! That’s what Jerry Finn from the Horseshoe Foundation did last night at the Kentucky Center. Jerry gets it. It’s all about regional partnerships that benefit everyone.

$150,000 given by the Horseshoe Foundation to the Fund for the Arts for Stage One to provide children’s programs across Southern Indiana. Peter Holloway of MTL/Stage One told me that Stage One reached close to 90,000 school children last year and the plan is to reach even more next year. Why? Because that’s what we do.

We do what we do because of YOU and organizations like Horseshoe who come 2gether to support the Arts. Your $1 per week from payroll deduction, or the $500 check you mailed to us, all adds up and makes it possible through the Arts to create a great American city!

Take me at my word: You ain’t misbehavin’ if you bring your friends and family to the Kentucky Center to see the Fats Waller musical, Ain’t Misbehavin’ for the time of your life! Remember the lyrics to that great title song: “No one to talk with, all by myself. No one to walk with, but I’m happy on the shelf. Ain’t misbehavin’, I’m saving my love for you”?  Click here for show times and ticket information.

Talk about partnerships! Humana, Brown-Forman, and YUM! pulled 2gether once again and produced the top workplace campaigns in America! Raise your right hand, turn it around, and pat yourself on the back. While you’re at it, send a quick note of congratulations to none other than Breck Thomas-Ross at Humana for being named the Fund for the Arts Campaign Coordinator of the Year! This is the first time we have given this award in our 62 year history. GO BRECK!

One more thing, click here and take our quick survey then “like” Fund for the Arts on Facebook and don’t forget to look at the fantastic photos of the week by clicking here. It’s ALL GOOD! Now, forward this email to a friend because…

2gether through the Arts we create a great American city!

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