The Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton was filled with the sound of music.
Attendees of the 2018 Art, Wine & All That Jazz could be heard singing familiar songs.
Project Mend-A-House, a Manassas-based non-profit, hosted the fundraiser last month.
Singer and Actress Rebecca Holden and her husband, Grammy Nominee and Platinum Record Producer Joel Diamond were in attendance.
Holden sang various songs, including “Dreams Come True.”
Tony Craddock, Jr., Master Sargeant Caleb Green, and Lee April performed, as well.
John Joseph Holohan III, Cheryl Wilson, and Cheryl VanderMolen Neway shared their art with attendees.
During the event, PMAH recognized Stan Feuerberg from Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC) and Craig Welburn, a local entrepreneur who owns multiple McDonald’s.
“Project Mend-A-House was very pleased to host such a lovely evening filled with music and the arts,” Interim Executive Director Barbara Reese wrote in an email. “We appreciate all the support we received from everyone and look forward to helping many more residents.”
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