Heritage Printing and Quick Copy Helps Raise Funds for Annadale Village
For the 5th year running Heritage Printing was proud to support Annandale’s Jazzy Thing 2009. The event, held in Buford, Georgia, raised over $80,000 to benefit adults with developmental disabilites. For Heritage owners Dave and Robert, getting involved with organization’s like Annadale’s is a natural extension of their family-centric business philosophy.
Both men took part in preparing the event’s authentic cajun feast, cooking along side some of Lousinana’s best creole chefs. Hundreds of attendees enjoyed the fanfare of a mardi gras style casino and silent acution. Many of the appreciative residents of Annandale were on hand, enjoying the lively atmosphere and showcasing their artistic skills.
Robert, shown here on the far left noted, “It’s a good time, for a good cause. I’m so glad to help out in anyway I can and give something back to the community.” Dave, second from the left added, “It’s a real family-oriented event. Everyone comes together for great food and music, but we never forget that it’s all for the residents of Annandale. It’s a real positive way to raise money. We’re proud to be a part of it.”
From the Annandale website:
Annandale Village provides a natural and serene environment for adults with developmental disabilities. Annandale began through the concern of Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Berry for the future and welfare of their child with developmental disabilities, “they wanted what all parents want for their children in adulthood…the opportunity for the best life possible.” Learn more about Annadale and Jazzy Thing 2009.