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Name of the Organization
Creative Arts Workshop
Contact Person
Azaria Samuels
Job Title
Admnistration
Contact phone
2035624927
E-mail
asamuels@creativeartsworkshop.org
Website
http://https://creativeartsworkshop.org/
Interest
Arts
Description Interest
Our vision is for anyone from any background to be able to come to CAW and engage their creativity. We believe to create freely is to live fully.

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At 12:13pm on August 17, 2023, Lee Cruz said…

Azaria,

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