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Moss in the Valley  Roanoke, VA

Moss in the Valley

Moss in the Valley was chartered on January 26, 1989. Our purpose is to foster awareness and enjoyment of the art of P. Buckley Moss, assist in her local appearances and promote children's philanthropic activity on her behalf. Learn more about Pat and her work by joining a local chapter. It is a great way to make new friends, give back to your community and do something worthwhile. We would love to meet new Moss Collectors and Supporters.

Our Chapter members celebrated its 25th Anniversary with a Potluck at Pat's home, enjoying great food, fun and fellowship.

The Roanoke County School Board presented our Chapter with a Certificate of Recognition for the support given them by providing 12 Scholarships to their teachers for the Creative Mind Conferences.

Contact Person

Linda Markham, President
(540) 389-4207


Our meetings are on the 3rd Monday of each month at the Roanoke McDonald House, Roanoke, VA, at 7:00 p.m.

2016 Meeting Dates and Programs for.
Jan. 18 - No Meeting
Feb.15 - No meeting
Mar. 21 - Planning meeting
April 18 - Presentation by Saint Francis Service Dogs
May 16 - What to Look For in the Value of US Coins and Currency by Brian Elswick
June 20 - Dinner at Jersey Lily in Salem
July 18 - Host Ice Cream Social at VA Hospital
Aug. 15 - Sharing our Favorite Moss Print
Sept.19 - 5:00 p.m.Provide Dinner for Ronald McDonald
Oct. 17 - Made Butterfly's for Butterfly Hugs for Cancer Patients
Nov. 21 - Raffle Drawing and Presentation of Check to Saint Francis Service Dogs
Dec. 12 - Christmas Dinner

Please feel free to visit any of our meetings. We would love to have you visit and hopefully become a member.

Current Projects:
Our major project for 2016 was conducting a raffle to benefit Saint Francis Service Dogs whose mission is helping people with disabilities experience the world through partnership with a service dog. Our chapter sold raffle tickets all year, with drawing November 21st, 2016.

A check in the amount of $2,000 was presented to Niki Voldren to benefit Saint Francis Service Dogs.

1st prize - Framed P. Buckley Moss Remarque artist proof print, valued at $1,566.00. Framing by Graphics Etc. Framing and Gallery. Winner - Karen Paitsel

2nd prize - Queen size quilt, "Serenity" designed and donated by Don Bunce. Value of quilt $1,200.00 - Winner - Rita Hilton

Past Activities:
2015 - Donated $1,368 to Healing Strides of VA
2014 - Donated $2,640 to Healing Strides of VA
2013 - Donated $2,700 to West End Center for Youth
2012 - Donated $2,514 to Brain Injury Services
2011 - Donated $2,520 to Special Olympics.
2010 - Donated $2,415 to HopeTree Family Services.
2009 - donated $3,083 to Apple Ridge Farms, Inc.
2008 - Donated $2,597 to the RAM House
2007 - Donated $2,565 to the Apple Ridge Farms. Inc.
2006 - Donated $3,409 to St. Francis of Assisi.
2005 - Donated $3,376 to the Ronald McDonald House.

In past years we have raised money for the Salvation Army Turning Point Shelter, Camp Easter Seal, the Achievement Center, the Ronald McDonald House, the West End Center, the Roanoke Therapeutic Riding Program, and the Christmas Store.

Since our chapter began in 1989, we have raised over $68.700 for charities in our immediate area.

Remarks to Potential Members:
Moss in the Valley is a local chapter of the P. Buckley Moss Society. The chapter was founded in January 1989 & consists of 25 members from the Roanoke Valley and surrounding areas.To achieve our goals, we hold at least one major raffle per year to benefit a charitable organization. We also try to support other charitable organizations on a smaller scale. One of the benefits of joining the chapter is having increased opportunities to interact with Pat Moss during Barn Shows, Chapter Training Programs, and other Moss events. It is a great opportunity to learn more about Pat, her art, and to meet regularly with others interested in Moss collectibles.

Members pay only $10 per year for dues. Our chapter members are always excited to meet new collectors. We have found that members stay active and interested by conducting monthly meetings and mailing a newsletter each month.

In 2001, Pat began to offer a free companion print to chapter members who purchased the Members only print. This print is only available to member of a local chapter.

By becoming a local chapter member, you meet and work with Moss collectors, and have fun while providing help and hope in your local community, as well as making new friends. We invite you to join our chapter if you are interested in Pat's art, helping local children through our fundraisers or getting together socially with a great group of people! Our Chapter will be celebrating our 20th Anniversary this year and our officers and members welcome you to visit us and become a part of our Chapter.

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