Claymates helps fight against child abuse April 11, 12

Mar 27, 2013
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Kids Advocacy Resource Effort (KARE) will be the beneficiary of pottery painting April 11 and 12 at Claymates Pottery in Hazelwood.

Everyone in the community is invited to come to Claymates and paint as much pottery as they like.  When the pieces are finished and ready for pick-up, Claymates  will donate to KARE 30 percent of the net proceeds generated during the two days.

Claymates, on Hazelwood Avenue, is open for the KARE benefit from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday.  The studio is in the same shopping center as Smoky Mountain Roasters and Bourbon Barrel Beef & Ale restaurant.

To get to Claymates from downtown Waynesville, turn right onto Hazelwood Avenue. The studio is on the right, across from Waynesville Pharmacy. Parking is available across the street in the free public parking lot.

Call Claymates Pottery at 246-9595, email or visit


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