LOCAL POTTER, POSEY BACOPOULOS, DONATES A REMARKABLE ART COLLECTION TO THE ANGELS IN THE ATTIC BOUTIQUE
The Boutique at Angels in the Attic has received a collection of extraordinary colorful and creative pottery items, and they are available for purchase right now. This is a good opportunity to buy local and to display these items in your home for friends and visitors to admire. One of the photos is a copy of Posey’s biography.
NEWS TIDBITS FOR EARLY JANUARY 2017
You all know that winter has arrived. So, the Angels in the Attic store has reverted to its typical winter hours, which are:
9 AM -4 PM Tuesdays and Fridays
9 AM – 2 PM Saturdays
Dishes – Dishes – Dishes
Lots of dishes have been donated recently, so there is a great selection right now of individual dishes, plus some great dish sets. So if you know anyone setting up in an apartment or house, such as a student, young couple, or even seniors moving to new quarters, let them know to stop by and save $$ big-time.
NOTED AUTHOR DONATES HER NEW BOOKS TO ANGELS IN THE ATTIC TO SUPPORT ITS CHARITABLE ACTIVITIES
Deany Brady, recent guest author who presented at the Floyd Library, has generously donated 100% of the proceeds from the sale of 100 of her books (50 copies of “An Appalachian Childhood” & 50 copies of “Higher Than Yonder Mountain”) to benefit Angels in the Attic.
Don’t miss out on her “rags to riches” life story! ($20 each, or if you buy a set of 2, it will be at the discounted price of $35 for the set.)
Perfect for your holiday gift-giving
100% of the proceeds go to support The Angels’ work!
On sale at
The Angels’ in the Attic,
The Angels’ Boutique,
The Angels’ Christmas Store,
The Floyd Country Store
It’s a fun read, especially Deany’s “unbelievable but true story,” of going from the deep deep poverty of her childhood in the Appalachians.. to best friends with Ed Sullivan, Frank Sinatra, Milton Berle, and the Kennedy’s.
At age 90 she had us all in stitches Then she got up Saturday morning (after her local hosts had taken her to the FC Store, and the Angels’ Boutique on Friday night), and announced “I had an idea that came to me this morning which has given me a great deal of comfort” – I want to donate 100% of a bunch of my book sales to the Angels’ Ministry.
ANGELS IN THE ATTIC CHRISTMAS STORE RE-OPENING
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1
Located in the Odd Fellows Lodge Hall on East Main St in Floyd, across from the Floyd Pharmacy. It will be open Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM through December 23.
Shoppers will find decorations, seasonal clothing, toys, and gifts at bargain prices. Proceeds will go to help fund food banks in Floyd County as well as other services that benefit the residents of Floyd County. Donations of Christmas related items may be dropped off at this location during open hours. Other items should continue to be taken to the Angels Donation Center on Needmore Lane.