Wake Forest artist in Raleigh exhibition
Jean Kolb Grunewald, a seven-year resident of Wake Forest, has pieces of art on display in a premiere exhibit, Art of the Landscape, at Nicole’s Studio & Gallery, 719 N. Person St., Raleigh.
The pieces on display are mainly those of waterfalls Grunewald has seen while traveling in Hawaii, Alaska and Africa.
“We have visited several locations with spectacular waterfalls,” said Grunewald. “As I looked at them with an artist’s eye I saw a number of characteristics that I wanted to incorporate in paintings.
“I want people who view (the Victorial Falls painting) to hear the thunderous roar of those falls,” she said.
Edward Jones collecting toys for Christmas
The Edward Jones office of Jim Staples is collecting toys for Christmas for the clients of Safespace. New, unwrapped toys may be dropped off at the Youngsville office, 126 W. Main St., Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. through Friday, Dec. 6.
Toys will also be collected during the Youngsville Christmas Parade, Saturday, Dec. 7.
Contact the office at 919-556-7562 for more details.
Adopt-A-Senior at Franklin County SPCA
The Franklin County Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is celebrating Adopt-A-Senior Pet month during November. Most dogs and cats are considered to be senior by the age of 6 years. See Franklin County’s SPCA Facebook page with great tips and photos.
Worship school opens in downtown Wake Forest
The husband-wife team of Anthony and Sherri Clayborne have announced they are opening a music school specifically geared toward mentoring students and preparing them to play Christian music. Genres from Christian country to metal will included and they will use space at Rejoice Community School located at 407 Brooks St. See their website, isowmusic.com, for more information or e-mail email@example.com or call 919-880-6925.
Real Living Pittman Properties adds new BIC
Real Living Properties has announced that Carlene Sumner is the new manager of their Wake Forest Office, 2000 S. Main St.
Among her prior Real Estate experiences and successes, Sumner was a managing broker, coach-trainer, recruiter and team leader in Utah, and top producing agent before relocating to Wake Forest, and joining Real Living Pittman Properties Raleigh office.
Sumner and her husband live in Wake Forest and have two sons.