Posted: April 4, 2013
MARGEAU’S FREE TO BE PROJECT TO UNVEIL MURAL AT LCCC
Margeau's Free to Be Project will unveil " I am Worthy", a mural consisting of 142 individual tiles painted by members of our community. The tiles represent the personal power and joy of the contributors.
The piece is being donated to Lorain County Community College and will be seen by hundreds of students on a daily basis. The message "I am Worthy" will inspire all who view it to accept that they are good enough exactly the way they are.
- Lorain County Community College
4 p.m., Saturday, April 6, iLoft building
Short program, unveiling and refreshments
About Margeau’s Free to be Project
Margeau's Free to Be Project was founded in 2011 in memory of Margeau Stumphauzer who died at the age of 29. Margeau suffered from feelings of inadequacy and had hoped to help other women and girls from suffering as she did. The project supports women and girls by building a strong sense of identity and a healthy and balance approach to life. This is done through creative conversation and activities such as the annual Day of Discovery, a quarterly Book Club, a monthly Women's Circle, participation in the Cleveland Marathon and a website that offers information and inspiration.
Additional information can be obtained by visiting http://www.free2bproject.org/ or by calling Gail Stumphauzer at (440) 541-6387.