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REALPRO Gallery Art Night Honors Nonviolence Institute: A Night of Art and Giving

The REALPRO Gallery Art Night held on June 1st was a grand success, with a turnout that exceeded all expectations. The event was organized in honor of the Nonviolence Institute, a non-profit organization that works tirelessly to reduce violence and promote peace in our communities.


One of the unique features of this event was that a portion of the proceeds from the art sale was going to be donated to the Nonviolence Institute in support of their mission. This was a wonderful gesture from the organizers and the participating artists, and it was heartwarming to see so many people coming together for a good cause.


The event was attended by a diverse group of people, including many associates of the Nonviolence Institute, business professionals from all over the state, and the artists that exhibited their pieces at the event. The atmosphere was electric with excitement, as people mingled, discussed the artwork on display, and learned more about the Nonviolence Institute and their mission.


One of the highlights of the evening was the presence of Cedric Huntley, the Executive Director of the Nonviolence Institute. Mr. Huntley delivered an inspiring speech about the work of the Institute and how it is making a difference in the lives of so many people. His presence was a reminder of the importance of the work being done by organizations like the Nonviolence Institute and the impact that it can have on the community.


The artwork on display was breathtaking, with a variety of styles and mediums represented. The artists who exhibited their pieces at the event were thrilled to be a part of such a worthwhile cause, and their enthusiasm was contagious. It was wonderful to see so many people coming together to support the arts and the Nonviolence Institute.


In conclusion, the REALPRO Gallery Art Night was an incredible event that brought together people from all walks of life for a good cause. The support shown for the Nonviolence Institute was heartwarming, and the event was a testament to the power of the arts to bring people together for a common goal. We hope to see many more events like this in the future, as we continue to support organizations that are making a positive difference in our communities.

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