Thirty Passports to the Arts were presented to the residents of the Glennwood House, which is home to young adults with special needs. The passes allowed them unlimited admission to all three Laguna Beach art festivals, art workshops, music, and special events all summer long thanks to funding and support from Bank of America.
In addition to supporting the Passport to the Arts program, Bank of America assisted each of the three art organizations with funding for summer transportation services.
Katie Flores, community engagement director for Glennwood expressed her appreciation.
“We were able to use the passes all summer long to see art, hear music, try new foods, spend time with friends, meet artists, learn about art and our community, and more,” said Katie Flores, community engagement director for Glennwood. “We rode the trolley many times and had so much fun and we just want to say thanks to Bank of America and the Passport to the Arts Committee.”Firebrand Media LLC wants comments that advance the discussion, and we need your help to accomplish this mission. Debate and disagreement are welcomed on our platforms but do it with respect. We won't censor comments we disagree with. Viewpoints from across the political spectrum are welcome here. While everyone is entitled to their opinion, our community is not obliged to host all comments shared on its website or social media pages, including:
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