Thursday, August 16, 2012


Welcome to this post. Daniel's DRL Art Education and Scholarship Program is in it's sixth year and has
been very successful in helping Art Education by providing teacher grants for special projects, equipment
and supplies which are not covered by the school budgets. Those who follow this blog realize the serious concern for Art Education today and in a few years, most minor subjects, i.e. music, performing arts,
sports and other subjects and activities that don't  meet the CORE SUBJECTS such as math, reading, science, etc. will not have funds in the school budgets to support these EXTRA activities. Some of you feel that this makes a  lot of sense because many of these subjects are not needed in today's society for a student to get a good education. On the surface that may seem reasonable, like I've noted before, children drawing
pictures doesn't fit within a good education requirement. However, nothing could be farther from the truth.

I know that many of you have read "Danial's Dream" where I've gone into depth about this subject. But those who are visiting this site for the first time need to know that many of these so called unnecessary  minor subjects are extremely important for a well rounded and balanced education.

Here I am getting deep into education when this blog  is about the DRL Art Education and Scholarship
Program fundraiser. For those of you who have a moment, please visit the referenced websites listed below, they are safe and secure.

The Cache Education Foundation (ART PROGRAM)

Daniel's website

The DRL fundraiser website (enter DRL ART PROGRAM where asked
for Fundraiser)

Please consider a donation of even $5.00 or $10.00 which will help to keep this amazing program functioning.  ALL donations add up.  Also please inform your friends about this wonderful Art Program.
I can't say enough about the very dedicated Art Committee that is 100% volunteer and is doing such a great job.

The DRL Art Program is 100% funded by private donations and every cent received goes to the
program. The committee is working so hard for the love of Art Education and our future Artists. 

Thank you!

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