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New Dimensions in Community

Our attention is now focused on bringing the story of "Lynn Pirates: The Hidden Treasure of Dungeon Rock" by Dale Orlando to life through guided tours working with the Lynn Museum/Lynn Arts. We are pursuing NEH funding for exhibit planning and implementation. The tale is the true story of the location of the hidden pirate treasure and what the brave Naumkeag youth, their settler friends, young captives and stowaways working together with the Squaw Sachem (Chief of the Naumkeag) did to free the slaves 200 years before Lincoln and without a war. For copies of the tale as podcasts or illustrated chapters visit

In Massachusetts we provided a fiscal umbrella for the Cancer Project, a documentary endeavor inspired by Denise Desimone to provide insight in healing and teachable moments. That project is drawing to a close with the release of her video for distribution this spring.

In 2012 we joined the efforts of members of two local neighborhood associations in developing a Paws Park in Gillespie Park, Sarasota, Florida. The City of Sarasota promises a Paws Park in every city park beginnig this spring, 2018. Our goals of adding adult outdoor games in Gillespe Park; yoga and pickleball have been met.

We are providing some artwork with the children to adorn the new Butterfly Gardens.

Coming soon- Podcasts and Illustrated Chapters of Lynn Pirates: The Hidden Treasure of Dungeon Rock

Award Winning Domestic Violence Video
Sisters, Mothers, Daughters is a half hour documentary that commemorates the lives of two women and one teenager murdered in relationship violence by their husbands or boyfriends. Originally produced by Dale Orlando through Polaris Production as a fund raiser for Help for Abused Women and Children (HAWC), this domestic violence documentary has been distributed internationally by Arts & Education. Currently in use by law enforcement agencies, domestic violence agencies and several branches of the US military, the documentary is accompanied by a leadership guide for use in training and classrooms.

The documentary gives voices to the families of these women and helps them to pay tribute to their lost loved ones. Narrated by national news reporter, Paula Lyons, Sisters, Mothers, Daughters is available for law enforcement, domestic violence and educational programs to raise funds to stop the violence. Arts & Education has kept cost for the media kit low thanks to support from a local trust administered by the Boston Foundation.

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