One Community United‘s annual “One Table 2019” in downtown Rome is this Sunday with one goal: To “sit together at one table to promote the Rome community.” Beginning at 6 p.m., organizers plan a meal with “locally grown and produced dinner” to “honor our local farms and chefs while we get to know our neighbors.” The event is held on the Chief John Ross Pedestrian Bridge. Proceeds will go to One Community United to continue to be a source of information and outreach to our communities through community events, dialogue and communications leading to improved relationships between communities and educational programs within communities.
Tickets are available at Yellow Door Antiques and Art at 219 N. Fifth Ave., open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Prices: $125 for two or $75 for individuals.
This year’s image: The artwork for this year’s event (see above) was designed by James Schroeder and prints are available for $40 each. The prints are 27 inches by 7 inches “and will look fabulous on your wall! For more information, comment below or message Terri Morgan
Don’t forget that the painting is available for purchase via silent auction! The starting price is $225 and “we will accept bids in increments of $25. You can view the painting at Yellow Door Antiques and Art and also submit your bid there as well.” Or you can email bids to firstname.lastname@example.org (Yellow Door’s owner).
This is a busy week for One Community United. Also scheduled: Two Small Group Meetings both are at Troy’s BBQ on North Broad during breakfast hours.
- Tuesday, 7:30 a.m., Jon Hershey, Facilitator.
- Saturday, 9 a.m., Rick Stevenson, Facilitator.