Cheers Pablo Names Junior Achievement, Northwest District as Beneficiary for Upcoming FUNdraiser
Eau Claire, WI – Junior Achievement is looking to inspire your inner artist. Cheers Pablo, a local business that creates an engaging social environment where people of all artistic abilities participates in group painting classes is holding an event to benefit Junior Achievement of Wisconsin, Northwest District. The one-day event takes place Thursday, Oct. 27 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Eau Claire location on 2839 Mall Drive. Co-owner Brandon Rehmus said his support for JA comes from his experience as a classroom volunteer and as a former Board Member. “I have seen how JA empowers our youth today beyond their everyday class studies. In particular, the classes on careers, personal finance and entrepreneurship are great building blocks for youth to own their economic success going forward. “I feel it is important for businesses of all sizes to participate in student learning to help foster the next generation of leaders.”
The fundraiser features a new winter painting titled Stacked Snowman that will be painted on a 12 x 30” inch canvas.
Painting experience is not necessary! All abilities and ages are encouraged to register for this family-friendly event. The cost to attend is $40 per person. Registration includes painting supplies, professional in-class instruction, appetizers and raffle opportunities. At the end of the end of the event, each participant takes with them a quality piece of their own artistic talent.
Proceeds will be donated to Junior Achievement of Wisconsin, Northwest District to help fund programming for area youth for the 2016-2017 school year.
Don’t delay space is limited, gather your friends and family and reserve your spot today! Register here.
About Junior Achievement (JA) is the world's largest non-profit organization dedicated to educating K-12 students about entrepreneurship, financial literacy and work-readiness through experiential hands-on programs. District staff collaborates with more than 690 volunteers and 670 teachers, educating more than 16,600 students throughout northwestern Wisconsin last school year. For more information visit us at http://wisconsin.ja.org/northwest-district or call 715-835-5566.