Photo submitted – EMVI Owners Irina and Victor Gelman present the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts’ Wally Hart with a donation.
Gloversville, NY – The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts is grateful to EMVI Chocolate for its ongoing support.
The Broadalbin business, owned by Irina and Victor Gelman, recently donated a giant chocolate bunny that was raffled off at the Nigra Arts Center’s Easter Bunny Family Fun Day on April 15th. EMVI also generously donated hundreds of chocolates that were sold to visitors with proceeds benefitting the center. EMVI’s generosity didn’t end there, however. When EMVI held its own giant chocolate bunny raffle, $1,108 was raised and half was donated to the Fulton County YMCA and the other half to the Nigra Arts Center.
“We cannot thank EMVI Chocolate and the Gelman family enough,” said Center Director Sue Nigra. “We deeply appreciate their generosity and friendship. EMVI chocolate is absolutely amazing!”
EMVI Chocolate is also donating chocolate treats for a basket to be raffled off on May 18th during The Lexington Foundation’s Fashion Show and Luncheon. For more information on the event, call 661-9932 or visit www.pncreativeartscenter.org.
The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts is located at 2736 State Highway 30 in Gloversville. For more information about this show or the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts, call (518) 661-9932 or visit www.pncreativeartscenter.org.
About the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts:
The Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts is a beautiful, year-round arts center open to the community. It houses premium art venues, hosts fun family events and provides educational opportunities for persons of all ages and levels of ability. The Nigra Arts Center was founded in 2015 by Lexington – Fulton County Chapter, NYSARC, Inc., an accredited, award-winning provider of disability services, and is named for its former executive director, who worked tirelessly to support people with disabilities and believed that every person could achieve success and fulfillment.