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Springville’s BrownbrArt Gallery will hold the first of what will be an annual fundraiser “Art forbrHeart” campaign.

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This year’s campaignbrwill benefit Tabitha’s Way, a local food pantry with locations in Spanish Forkbrand American Fork.

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Tabitha’s Way was foundedbrten years ago by Wendy Osborn with a mission to assist in feeding those in needbrin our community.

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Bill and MarilynbrBrown, owners of Brown Art Gallery in Springville, which they founded in 2008,brmade a decision this year to donate 100 percent of the proceeds from sales ofbrtheir personal art work and 100 percent of the profits derived from the sale ofbrother participating artist’s work to Tabitha’s Way.

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This promotion beginsbrNov. 1, and continues through Dec. 31.

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“I have observed overbrthe years the great and needed work done by Tabitha’s Way and wanted to assistbrthem in their mission, “said Brown.

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Art makes a great giftbrany time of year, particularly at this giving time of year for the holidaybrseason.

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Some of our artistsbrhave donated selections of their art work to help with this campaign.

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“We have originalbrpaintings, pottery, basketry, fabric art, leaded glass art, antique furniture,brand many other gift items to fit almost every budget. We are offering a specialbrarrangement for original paintings for $99 or less. Many of our gift items canbrbe purchased for less than $10,” Brown said.

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The Brown Art Gallerybris also collecting food items to be used by the patrons of Tabitha’s Way. Forbreach can of food or food item donated, the gallery will give $5 off thebrpurchase of any paintings by the Browns.

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“Come and shopbrSpringville’s Historic Main Street for a good old-fashioned holidaybrexperience,” Brown said.

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There will be manybrspecial events held during the months of November and December.

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For more informationbrgo to the gallery website: brownhousegallery.com.

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The gallery is openbrTuesday through Friday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. ThebrBrown Art Gallery is located at 274 South Main, Springville. (Serve Daily submission bybrAlleine Bowes.)

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