Graduate Germaine Dunn artwork exhibited at New Year New Art Exhibit

Germaine Dunn experienced a lifetime dream last night when a piece of his art work was exhibited at the New Year New Art Exhibit at the Community Arts Center in Danville.

Germaine is a graduate of our long-term program. His journey of recovery began April 3, 2017. Today he has full custody of his son, is a student at Campbellsville University studying graphic art, and is a staff member who facilitates art classes for our Chaplin centers. Germaine has created some beautiful art work for us.

Germaine’s life today shines of God’s love, mercy and grace. Congrats

to Germaine. His piece was sold last night!

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