PRLog - Dec. 10, 2010 - SALEM, Va. -- Salem, VA --The Moss in the Valley chapter of the P. Buckley Moss Society raffled an original P. Buckley Moss print in support of HopeTree Family Services last month during their monthly meeting in Roanoke.
Ed Morgan, Linda Markham, Dr. Barber
In support of the educational efforts to at-risk youth at HopeTree Academy, Linda Markham, President of Moss in the Valley, and Ed Morgan, Vice President, presented a check of over $2,000 to Dr. Tommy Barber, Director of Education at HopeTree Academy.
The first place item was a limited edition etching of "The Christening"
Located on the HopeTree Family Services' Salem campus, HopeTree Academy is interdepartmentally licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia to serve grades 6-12 and is accredited through the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Education Facilities. Anyone interested in learning more about HopeTree Academy should contact Dr. Tommy Barber at 540-389-4941.
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A non-profit based in Salem, VA, HopeTree provides residential, foster, and educational services to at-risk children and youth. HopeTree Family Services also operates a network of group homes for adults with intellectual disabilities across the state.