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Artist Sue Sonderegger (left) and Kate Culhane

Artist Sue Sonderegger (left) and Kate Culhane at the Nov. 2 First Friday art show and fundraiser for St. Monica's.

St. Monica’s benefited from proceeds at a Nov. 2 First Friday art show and fundraiser at The Foundry community for nonprofits, where 26 local artists displayed original art pieces.

Art seekers viewed multiple art mediums while enjoying the musical renderings of the band Skylark.

"This was a packed event, and St. Monica’s has once again been reminded of how important our community is to the success of our mission to provide life-changing recovery to women," said Maggie Montoya, development manager at St. Monica's Behavioral Health Services for Women.

Couldn't attend the First Friday event? Art will be on display and available for purchase throughout November at the Foundry, 211 N. 14th St. A portion of the proceeds of all sales rendered from each piece will be donated to St. Monica’s.

St. Monica’s thanks Dean Settle at Metro Art Gallery for curating the art show, The Foundry for providing the event space for the evening, musical guests Skylark and all of the community members who help St. Monica's continue to help women in our community advance in their recovery journeys.

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