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Military Art is a one day fundraiser to raise not only money but awareness for Veterans suffering with PTSD from war, who use art as a therapy to deal with the disease. The money raised during Military Art will go to two non-for-profit Veteran organizations Veterans in Action and Military Tattoos. Both organizations help Veterans deal with PTSD.
They are currently seeking artists who would like to have a booth space on Saturday, September 10, 2016. Those who want to participate will be paired with a Veteran artist showcasing their work as well.
Complete this form and either mail or drop off to:
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 34
Attn: Heather Elson
2210 E 54th ST.
Indianapolis, IN 46220
City:________________________________ State:_______ Zip code:__________________
IN Sellers Permit #:_______________________________________
Select your category (Circle all that apply): Photography, Glass, Sculpture, Ceramics, Paintings,
Jewelry, Wood, Other___________________
I, hereby, state that I have handmade all items that will be for sale at my both and agree to the requirements requested of me. I will not hold the American Legion Family 34 responsible for damages or loss to any part of my display before, during, or after the fair as well as any injuries that may occur.
Number of Booths Desired:_____ Each booth costs $30.
Circle one: Cash or Check
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