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THE VOLUNTEERS: AFS THEN & NOW MUSEUM RECEPTION

THE VOLUNTEERS: AFS THEN & NOW MUSEUM RECEPTION

Levine Museum of the New South
Levine Museum of the New South 200 E. 7th Street Charlotte, NC 28202
PLEASE JOIN US for an evening celebrating the volunteers of the American Field Service, a WWI and WWII ambulance drivers corps, and the organization to which its founders gave rise, AFS Intercultural Programs (AFS). AFS is a leader in international student exchange with programs in 80 countries and more than 50,000 global volunteers who help foster intercultural learning and global citizenship in communities around the world. The reception coincides with "The Volunteers: Americans Join World War I, 1914-1919" a special exhibition on loan to Charlotte’s Levine Museum of the New South from the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Mo., and presents individual descriptions, documents and artwork detailing the ways in which Americans aided war efforts through humanitarian and military relief. Besides the program, there will be heavy hors d'oeuvres, a cash bar and a silent auction.
Information & Amenities
Admission:$25-$50
Age Range:All Ages
Facility Amenities:Accessible by Public Transportation, ADA-compliant, Parking off site
General Information:Hours of Operation: 6pm
Location:Center City (Uptown)
Payment Methods:American Express, MasterCard, Visa
Type:Benefit & Fundraiser, Exhibits, Historical
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