Hands on the World Global has invited Izabella to share her Love Rocks in an effort to spread awareness and raise money to bring water into orphan villages throughout the world.
Krogh’s Restaurant & Brew Pub and HOW Global Teamed Up For Clean Water Projects Fundraiser
Jennifer Jean Miller
Monday, September 24, 2012 • 4:39pm (to see the full article click http://thealternativepress.com/articles/kroghs-restaurant-and-brew-pub-and-how-global-team)
SPARTA, NJ – Krogh’s Restaurant & Brew Pub opened up their establishment from noon until 9 p.m. on Sunday for the “Peace, Love, Music & Art Festival”, a benefit for the Sparta-based
non-profit group HOW (Hands On The World) Global.
The organization, founded by children’s author, and Sparta Resident Rachael Paulson, has helped to support clean water projects in developing countries, where there was previously no
Paulson was awarded the Humanitarian Award by the Sussex County Chamber of Commerce at the Quality in Business Quality In Living event for her efforts.
...Another contributor to the fundraiser was Izabella Arvary, a six-year-old Andover Township resident... Avery created "Love Rocks" at the event.
Paulson was introduced to Avary's mother, Amy, who runs The Tree of Health Center, about the services she offs in peace, meditation, and energy.
"When I met Izabella, there was a connection there," Paulson said.
"I collected rocks in my backyard, painted them, and kept them," Avary said, as she painted her rocks from a selection of nail polishes she brought with her.
She asked the purchaser of each rock to bless it, then pass it on to someone they feel needs love.
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