Child Advocacy Centers Light Up The Night Tonight In Murfreesboro

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"We are excited to feature two statues for auction this year at the Light Up the Night party," said Child Advocacy Center Development Coordinator Katie Enzor.

Treasure Investments Corporation is proud to present to the Child Advocacy Center two beautiful masterpieces by sculptors Rebecca Ghiglieri Clark and Lorenzo Ghiglieri.

The first statue up for auction is titled Mother and Child and it was created by internationally recognized artist Rebecca Ghiglieri Clark, who is recognized for her brilliance in sculpting and painting the human form. The gallery value of the sculpture is $26,500.

The second statue that will be auctioned is Brave Glory. Lorenzo Ghiglieri is a true patriot who believes our country is always going to be pulled to greater and higher heights. Brave Glory is an eagle holding onto the corner of the flag soaring endlessly into the open sky. The gallery value of the statue is $27,000.

The 3rd Annual Light Up the Night party will be held at Oaklands Mansion in Murfreesboro on Friday evening, September 6, 2019 from 6:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. Dance under the stars at the party of the season, mix and mingle, bid on auction items, and enjoy an evening that will benefit a great cause--child abuse victims served by the Child Advocacy Centers in Rutherford and Cannon Counties.

"The Child Advocacy Center is grateful to Michael Sheppard and his daughter-in-law Child Advocacy Center board member Tracy Sheppard for bringing these two amazing pieces of art to be auctioned at Light Up the Night this year," said Child Advocacy Center director Sharon De Boer. "Come to Light Up the Night this Friday evening and bid on these two beautiful sculptures."

Tickets to the event are $75 for an individual or $140 per couple and are available to purchase at Tickets will also be available at the event. For questions, contact Katie Enzor at the Child Advocacy Center in Rutherford County at 615-867-9000 or Cassell Galligan Davis at the Child Advocacy Center in Cannon County at 615-563-9915.

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