MAGIC Cup Cake Wars
Amber White of the Imprint Warehouse recently competed in the Hinesville Area Arts Councils Cup Cake Wars this past April; with help from her cousin Shonda Youschak they put together their magical "Wizard of Oz" themed cup cake display. After three days of baking and decorating to create over 400 mini cup cakes with 8 different themes to match all the charcaters in the movie, Amber and Shonda put forth thier best effort. With a great display to project their cup cake theme, their efforts were awarded with the Peoples Choice Award at the event. To read the article about this competition, visit our FaceBook page and click on the link to the article. We are very proud of Amber and Shonda for continuing to project our every effort of excellence in all that we do, Great job girls!
Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace
The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace/ Museum is celebrating 100 years of Girl Scouts at this historic site. To celebrate this anniversary the museum is offering only two t-shirts to commemorate this historic event. One is the National Anniversary design and the other is the Saseen original watercolor painting of the Birthplace itself that is produced by the Imprint Warehouse. Sales have been very brisk this season and we look forward to having a very successful year with this design. For designs that could help your historic site or event, please contact Daniel Clark at the Imprint Warehouse.
Young Adult Liberty Leaders
Recently, the Young Adult Liberty Leaders graduated a class of 12 First Presbyterian Christian Academy students from this course which is offered through the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce. This course is open to all Liberty County Students and is chaired and facilitated by Daniel Clark and his dedicated committee co-chairs: Mrs. Donna Cochran, Mrs. Willa Lewis and Mrs. Terri Sellars. This program takes the students through a 9 month intensive course on leadership training and exposure to how our local city and county governments work as well as exposure to Economic Development, Public Health, Public Education as well as Community Service. If you are interested in trying to enroll your student into this course for the 2012-2013 class, please contact the Chamber of Commerce or Daniel Clark at (912) 492-2352.