Fundraising Art Auction for Family Promise of Morris County

Long Valley Junior Women's Club is pleased to announce an art auction fundraiser being held to benefit Family Promise of Morris County on February 9th at Black Oak Golf Club. Family Promise assists homeless families and helps them get back on their feet. The auction will feature pieces of art for all budgets and tastes.

In attendance will be John Stanisci, renowned Marvel/DC comics artist. His comic work includes popular franchises such as Star Wars and Walking Dead. Don't miss out on his unique auction pieces! Also in the auction lineup is a family portrait to be painted by portrait artist, Stephen Taylor, who has painted the likes of notable figures such as the Kennedy Family, Donald Trump and NFL players.

With each ticket purchase, you earn a free entry into raffle for a family heirloom painitng, donated by Sarah's Fight for Hope. Tickets are $35 and include hors d'oeveres, dessert, and soft drinks. Cash bar available. Music during the preview hour to be provided by local musician George Moran. Tickets available here.

Contact Information
  1. Jaime Page
  2. mrspage82005@gmail.com
Sat, February 09
7:00 pm — 11:00 pm
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Long Valley Junior Women's Club is pleased to announce an art auction fundraiser being held to benefit Family Promise of Morris County on February 9th at Black Oak Golf Club. Family Promise assists homeless families and helps them get back on their feet. The auction will feature pieces of art for all budgets and tastes.

In attendance will be John Stanisci, renowned Marvel/DC comics artist.

169 Bartley Road Long Valley, NJ 07853

Black Oak Golf Club

169 Bartley Road
Long Valley, NJ 07853

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