Friday, July 9, 2010
A picture is worth a thousand words
Show and tell...
Eye-catching artistry has been added to the walls of the Society's new lobby and administration office in Los Angeles. The goal? To further enhance St. Vincent de Paul's image and message about its vast outreach in this diverse section of the country.
The Society's lobby and office area is connected to its large thrift store, which is considered the 'Granddaddy of the L.A. Thrift Store Scene' by the Los Angeles Times.
The new art portrays the overall mission of the L.A. Council; a message that is very important to David Fields, the Council's new executive director. For those people who are only familiar with the Society's thrift store, this allows them to see the many facets that make up the L.A. Council. Next on the list? Photos of our local programs nicely placed on the walls of the new admin office.
Have a good weekend!
Thanks to St. John Bosco High School students for your day of service to the poor and homeless at St. Vincent de Paul of Los Angeles.
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