But in August Hurricane Harvey flooding was devastating to the studio. The Mudpie Company had 5 feet of water and lost all tables and chairs, cabinets, computer, 2 kilns, and more than half of the 5,000-piece pottery inventory. The studio must replace all of those items along with the air conditioning system and flooring before it can reopen. It is a major rebuilding effort and I am still such a supporter of Mudpie, I want to see it continue to be a pillar in the Kingwood Community.
The Mudpie Company has had the privilege to employ dozens of talented high school and college students over the years as well as our long time manager and artist, Whitney Bellaire. Please help Teri continue to provide this learning opportunity for the young people in our community.
If you have ever gone to Mudpie to relax and paint, or gone to a birthday party there I ask you to consider supporting the rebuilding effort. All funds raised will go directly into purchasing items lost during Harvey. For the first 50 people who donate $100 or more and request it, we will hand-paint one of the new studio chairs with your name on it. Just write Chair and what you would like on it in the comment section of your donation. Thank you for your support!
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