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Creative Clay partners with My Lunch Hero for “Art Around the World” Summer Camp
Date:  5/24/2016
ArticleType:  Member News

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Contact:
Kim Dohrman, CEO
Creative Clay, Inc.
727.825.0515
kim@creativeclay.org  
www.creativeclay.org  

Creative Clay partners with My Lunch Hero for “Art Around the World” Summer Camp

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.
– Creative Clay, Inc., will offer the services of delivered lunch to participants in its “Art Around the World” summer camp. My Lunch Hero was created by local mother Deborah Molise, with the focus of providing parents with a healthier lunch for their children. Lunch Hero partners with local store Rollin’ Oats to provide fresh, natural organic lunches delivered directly summer camp. Similar to shopping for groceries online, Lunch Hero allows parents and caregivers to choose items for their child's lunch, with a choice of breads and fillings for sandwiches, wraps and salads. Lunch hero has gluten free, vegetarian, vegan and nut allergy selections.

“When Deborah called to tell us about Lunch Heroes, I thought it was a fantastic idea,” said Creative Clay CEO Kim Dohrman. “What a great way to give parents a break from lunch-making for the summer. The fact that it’s healthy food made at Rollin' Oats makes it that much better.”

“Art Around the World” summer camp begins June 13 and offers the weekly themes of France, Vietnam, Nigeria and El Salvador. Registration is still open, and there are a limited number of scholarships available. Visit http://www.creativeclay.org/summer-camp/ to learn more and register. Please call 727.825.0515 with questions.

There is a $4.99 fee for lunches from My Lunch Hero, which includes drink and delivery. Please visit www.mylunchhero.com for more information, ordering instructions or to contact Deborah Molise.
 
Creative Clay’s vision is to make the arts accessible for all. Its mission is to provide educational, expressive and vocational opportunities in the arts for people with obstacles to arts access. We serve people with developmental, physical and emotional disabilities, as well as people in healthcare settings, children, veterans, and provide outreach art experiences in our community.

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