Art Walk in the Garden Fundraiser

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Saturday, April 10, 2021, from 12 - 4 pm

At 515 Cypress Court, Lompoc, CA
*Masks and social distancing required*

Come enjoy a spring day walking through an expansive garden and view 50 works of art being offered for sale. Tonya Schultz is graciously donating 20 percent of the proceeds of each sale to the Lompoc Hospital District Foundation.

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Saturday, April 10, 2021, from 12 - 4 pm

At 515 Cypress Court, Lompoc, CA
*Masks and social distancing required*

Come enjoy a spring day walking through an expansive garden and view 50 works of art being offered for sale. Tonya Schultz is graciously donating 20 percent of the proceeds of each sale to the Lompoc Hospital District Foundation.

About the Artist:

Tonya Romano Schultz, a member of the Lompoc Valley Art Association, paints primarily with acrylics. Her work has an organic quality, both impressionist and abstract. The canvases are often textured and filled with warmth and joyful color. Tonya has lived in Lompoc for more than 50 years. She and her husband raised two daughters here, and she has worked as an elementary school teacher, school counselor, college teacher, and therapist. She is a licensed Marriage, Family, and Child Therapist in private practice.

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Author: Karen Ortiz, Outreach Coordinator

Karen Ortiz is LVMC’s Outreach Coordinator. Karen previously worked as Development and Special Events Manager for United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County, after serving on the board for 10 years. She has a long career as a licensed Financial Advisor and Vice President Relationship Manager with Santa Barbara Bank & Trust and is a graduate of Santa Barbara High School. She has multiple banking certifications and attends Fielding Graduate University for Non-Profit leadership. Karen is a graduate of the Leading for Community Impact program, serves on the CALM Advisory Council, Aware & Prepare Public Education committee, Elder & Dependent Adult Abuse Prevention Council of Santa Barbara County and Latino Elder Outreach Network (LEON). She is a trustee for the Lompoc Hospital District Foundation and was appointed in 2019 to the Human Services Commission for the City of Lompoc.

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