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Dear Friends,

This past weekend I was with my friends in Libertyville, Illinois. Ginger Cloonan, owner of The Country Framer, is a very good friend and also a member of the Board of Directors of the P. Buckley Moss Society.

Pat with Buckley, Amy Campos of Canine Companions for Independence, and Ginger Cloonan with Amy's companion dog Gibb.

I was delighted to meet my namesake, Buckley, a canine-companion-in-training. Buckley is being trained by Canine Companions for Independence® to be a highly skilled assistance dog. Canine Companions is a national, non-profit organization that breeds, trains, and places these dogs with people with disabilities other than blindness. In spite of the more than $10,000 it costs to provide each assistance dog, they are free of charge to their recipients. I’m so pleased that a portion of the proceeds from the sale of my new print My Faithful Companion will go to this organization.

Pat and Buckley get to know each other.

This weekend it’s my October Barn Show and Museum Open House in Waynesboro, Virginia. Come and enjoy fall in the Valley with me. The leaves will be showing their vibrant fall colors, and the air will be crisp and beautiful. It’s one of the most gorgeous times of the year. Waynesboro’s annual Fall Foliage Festival will also be going on this weekend, so fun is virtually guaranteed!

Autumn in the Valley will be released at the P. Buckley Moss Museum and Barn Show, October 13-15. For more information call the Museum at (800) 343-8643.

I’ll be releasing Autumn in the Valley, which features the Daniel Harrison House. Also known as Fort Harrison, it is the oldest house in Dayton, Virginia, and one of the oldest in Rockingham County. The two-story stone house was built about 1749 by Daniel Harrison, first settler of Dayton.

I look forward to seeing you!


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74 Poplar Grove Lane
Mathews, VA 23109
(800) 430-1320
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