This weekend was our first Spring Rummage Sale held at the American Bank. We raised $3,446.97 with the help of so many volunteers, donors and shoppers!
Before and during our event we had many special volunteers work together to make this day happen: Barb Lowery, Holly Tarlow, Rachael Hunsucker, Rachel Pierson, Penny Briscoe, Katie Walters, Carolyn Simser, Sarah Norby, Lisa Bostick, Barb Cole, Joel Lowery, Dottie Keyes, Ashley Kirchoff, Martha Hendricks, Gloria Edwards, Alisha Larson, Keller Williams Realty, Zelpha Boyd, our Board of Directors, our Board President Debbie Royer and the amazing folks at the American Bank for letting us use their facility. There are so many people to thank but that is a start.
Additionally, we had a special volunteer who donated her photography before and during the event to help spread the word about this rummage sale. If you are ever looking for a photographer, we HIGHLY recommend Rebecca Soulé at LucaPhotography! Here is a little more info about Rebecca!
Rebecca Soulé didn’t set out to be a photographer. She was standing on Main Street in a small college town while on vacation and fell in love. Bozeman felt like home and she wanted more than anything to move to Montana. A year later with her bags packed and all her possessions in storage she was off on the biggest adventure of her life. Once arriving in Bozeman, Rebecca bought her first film camera. She set out the next day and started shooting and never stopped.
Today, Rebecca owns LucaPhotography, the perfect combination of her name and her dog Lou. She is a landscape, child, family and event photographer who’s style is photojournalistic, emotional, bold, whimsical and as an artist always stays true to who she is. She is a natural light photographer who meets clients at their home or location of choice in Bozeman or Belgrade. Her work has been published in Outside Bozeman and Montana Parent Magazine.
Rebecca stated, ‘It was an honor to shoot the rummage sale for Family Promise. Seeing so much donated to raise money for families in our community was awesome to witness. There is an extraordinary amount of love in Bozeman and we as a community are never short of offering a helping hand to others. Photographing this event was a wonderful and humbling experience.’