Museum of Hounds and Hunting North America Inc.

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Continuing the foxhunting theme, the Museum of Hounds and Hunting presents two more pieces from our exhibit at the Morve...
07/30/2023

Continuing the foxhunting theme, the Museum of Hounds and Hunting presents two more pieces from our exhibit at the Morven Park Mansion in Leesburg. Open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays between 11:00 AM and 5:00 PM.

"Catch of the Day" by Linda Volrath, Oil, 18 x 24, $2,400.

Linda Volrath is a classically trained artist working in the traditional medium of oil in a painterly representational style. For equine paintings she works from her own sketches, plein air studies and reference material inspired by the world class equestrian sports of Virginia's Blue Ridge and Piedmont area. Her work is included in many private collections across the US and UK, including Senator John W. Warner, Ret., many of Virginia's prestigious horse farms, and in the permanent collections of the National Presbyterian Church in Washington, DC and Oatlands Historic Plantation, Leesburg, VA. She is a signature member of the American Academy of Equine Art and has served as the judge for their national exhibitions. Among her numerous affiliations are: National Sporting Library & Museum, Middleburg, VA; American Academy of Equine Art, Lexington, KY; Allied Artists of America, New York, NY; and American Artists Professional League, New York, NY. Her rich exhibition history spans the major national equestrian art centers and numerous awards. She is the Winner of the Jean Bowman Award for Excellence in Classical Equine Art at the American Academy of Equine Art Fall Juried Exhibition, Middleburg, VA (2019). The Winner of the ACA Director's Award was bestowed upon her by the American Academy of Equine Art Fall Juried Exhibition, Aiken Center for the Arts, Aiken, SC (2017). Linda also was a Winner of the Founders Award for Painting American Academy of Equine Art, Fall Annual Open Juried Exhibition, International Museum of the Horse, Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, KY (2005).

"Solstice" by Rosa King, Bronze, 13 x 15 x 3.5, $5,800.

Rosa King is passionate about painting, sculpting, drawing and all things equestrian. The natural beauty, power and sensitivity of equines and their generous bond with humans are a constant source of creative inspiration. King strives to capture in her art the strength and quiet nobility of her subjects with naturalism and anatomical fidelity, whether they be leaping through the air or in elegant repose. The relationships between horses and people in sport, leisure, and work are themes King loves to explore. Rosa grew up in Philadelphia and Barcelona, holds a B.A. in History of Art and Spanish Literature from Cornell University, and an Ed.M in Education from Harvard University.

Artist’s Statement on Solstice: Solstice, a Drum Horse stallion, represents the power and beauty inherent in this gentle breed known for its easy disposition and versatility (including carrying the Queen's drums, literally). Here, Solstice, cast in bronze with a mercurial silver nitrate patina, enjoys a moment of unrestrained freedom thundering across a field of our imagination. And much like his name implies, Solstice conveys the liberating physical and emotional transition from long winter to joyous summer.

Both art pieces are for sale and on view at the Museum's Galleries.

Museum of Hounds and Hunting NA
The Morven Park Mansion
17263 Planters Lane, Leesburg 20178
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e-mail: [email protected]

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"Rite of Spring" by Kathleen Friedenberg, Bronze, 14 x 16 x 8.5, $5,000.Kathleen Friedenberg began her professional care...
07/24/2023

"Rite of Spring" by Kathleen Friedenberg, Bronze, 14 x 16 x 8.5, $5,000.

Kathleen Friedenberg began her professional career as a veterinary surgeon in England what gave her an unexcelled understanding of animal anatomy and movement. Horses are the favorites and she is known for the accuracy and vitality in her work. “If it isn’t alive, I’ve failed!”. As Vice-President and Director of Education at the American Academy of Equine Art, she conducted an annual workshop of equestrian sculpture at The Kentucky Horse Park, for twenty years. She won the Academy’s “Award of Excellence” for three consecutive years. A member of the Society of Animal Artists and a Fellow of the National Sculpture Society, Kathleen won numerous awards, including Medal of Honor at both Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club and the American Artists’ Professional League, in New York. Her work featured on the cover of The Chronicle of the Horse more than twenty times, and in a variety of other publications, including Equine Images, Spur, Kentucky Horse Park’s “Discover Horses”, and “The Hunt” magazines.

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The HORSES, HOUNDS, and FOXES art exhibition and sale continue at the Morven Park Mansion in Leesburg. Open Fridays, Sat...
07/23/2023

The HORSES, HOUNDS, and FOXES art exhibition and sale continue at the Morven Park Mansion in Leesburg. Open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays between 11:00 AM and 5:00 PM.

The Bronze sculptures are by Marcela Ganly (Argentina), Kathleen Friedenberg (Pennsylvania), Rosa King (Virginia), Natalie Patricia Lasko (Maryland), and Sue Lyman (Middleburg, VA).

The paintings are by Leslie Sorg (Pennsylvania), and Rev. Michael Tang (California) as well as by Virginia artists: Anita Baarns, Dorothy Haskell Chhuy, Gail Guirreri Maslyk, Ginger Wallach, and Sally Moren, and Linda Volrath.

By purchasing an art piece you are contributing to the sustainability of the Museum.

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These two pieces are among a sizeable art collection on exhibit and for sale at the Morven Park Mansion upstairs gallery...
07/19/2023

These two pieces are among a sizeable art collection on exhibit and for sale at the Morven Park Mansion upstairs gallery. Open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Featuring horses, hounds, and foxes in paintings and bronzes by internationally recognized artists.

1) Counting Couples by Leslie Sorg. Batik 22 x 26, $1,200.

Fascinated with batik, Leslie used this Asian art form to create sporting art. She had many opportunities to closely observe horses in different settings, from working in an equine hospital, to riding jumpers and foxhunting. She was fortunate to learn the batik technique from Saihou Njie, a renowned Gambian fiber artist. The ancient Batik method involves painting a design on a cotton or silk cloth, with hot wax. The waxed areas resist the dye and retain the original color producing a painting. Often the wax cracks seeping the dye creating the irregular lines indicative of batiks. A juried member of the American Academy of Equine Art, Leslie’s artwork competes in their annual shows.

2) Let's Play by Marcela Ganly. Bronze 7.5.x 5 x 4.5. $1,500.

Those who feel a deep love for horses will identify with Marcela Ganly’s sculptures. Her bronze animals are alive, captured in their essence by the artist who has grown up around horses, groomed them, trained them, and connected with them through years of mutual respect and affection. Born in Costa Rica, Marcela perfected her technique in the lost wax method in Argentina under the guidance of master Antonio Pujía. With dedication and absolute patience, Marcela creates each work of art starting with the original wax sculpture to the actual finishing of each bronze piece. Thus, once cast into bronze, these animals remain transfixed in their four elements: the air from their nostrils, the water from their body, the earth from their hooves, and the fire from their manes. Each sculpture captures what makes each horse unique and particular: its spirit, its movement, its temperament, and powerful vitality.

07/10/2023
Museum of Hounds and Hunting art exhibition and sale continue at the Morven Park Mansion in Leesburg through July 27. St...
07/09/2023

Museum of Hounds and Hunting art exhibition and sale continue at the Morven Park Mansion in Leesburg through July 27. Stop by on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays between 11:00 AM and 5:00 PM.

The favorite theme of HORSES, HOUNDS, and FOXES features 15 paintings and 12 bronze sculptures of some of the most accomplished artists. Bring your family to Morven Park and enjoy the exhibit.

Museum of Hounds and Hunting NA
The Morven Park Mansion
17263 Planters Lane, Leesburg 20178
www.mhhna.org
e-mail: [email protected]

To donate and/or become a member, please visit www.mhhna.org/join/

Both art pieces are for sale.

1) Whipper-in and Hounds by Rev. Michael Tang. Watercolor on Paper 13 x 18.5, $1,500.

Reverend Michael Tang, Professor of Art and Art History at Loyola Marymount University is known for his brilliant sporting art. Recognized by the American Academy of Equine Arts for excellence within the genre, he produced original watercolor paintings for the Capital Challenge Horse Show Posters for twenty years.

Rev. Tang’s works are included in numerous public collections nationwide including, the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin; The Museum of Contemporary Religious Art, St. Louis, Missouri; The National Museum of Catholic Art and History, New York City; Boston College Museum of Art, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, The American Council on Education, Washington, D.C., and The International Museum of the Horse, and the Wheeler Museum in Lexington, Kentucky, L. J. Kraft Corporation, Hershey, PA, and the Museum of Hounds and Hunting, Morven Park, VA. His works are sought after for private collections, and attract top professional hunter jumper trainers and amateur riders.

2) OC Melody, 1999 by Anita Baarns, Oil on linen, 16 x 14, $1,800

French-born Anita Baarns grew up in the Netherlands. Her oil paintings were exhibited at the American Academy of Equine Art in Lexington, Kentucky in 1995 and 1996. Her work has appeared on the cover of The Chronicle of the Horse many times. And, in 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2007, she was appointed the Official Artist for the International Gold Cup Races, Great Meadow, Virginia. In 2000 and 2002 she was the official artist for the Upperville Horse Show in Upperville, Virginia. In 1999, she was the official artist for the 100th Anniversary of the Warrenton Horse Show. In 2001 and 2002 she was the official poster artist for the Casanova Point-to-Point Races. In 1998 she won the Jean Bowman Award for “Best-in-Show” entered in the exhibition of Sporting Art sponsored by The Museum Of Hounds And Hunting, Morven Park, Virginia.Beginning in 2005, her work was sold at Frost & Reed in New York City and in June 2006 her work was on exhibit at The American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog, St. Louis, Missouri. In 2008, the American Kennel Club commissioned Anita to paint a portrait of the English Setter Ch. Stagedoor Rock It Man for the Breeder of the Year Award. This painting now hangs at the headquarters of the AKC in New York. In May 2016, Anita was promoted Signature member of the Society of Animal Artists. She can use the S.A.A. initials signing artwork and use these initials in other communications. This year three of her paintings are shown in museum exhibitions in the US.

The Museum of Hounds and Hunting North America presents two pieces from our ongoing Exhibition and Sale of Bronzes and P...
07/01/2023

The Museum of Hounds and Hunting North America presents two pieces from our ongoing Exhibition and Sale of Bronzes and Paintings on view at the Morven Park Mansion.

To become an owner of either piece, please contact us at [email protected] or call 540-717-1228.

High Performance Hunter by Sue Lyman. Bronze 6 x 12 x 16, $7,500.

Sue Lyman is a seasoned artist and horsewoman whose craft is interwoven with her deep-rooted affection for horses. This passion has inspired her unique perspective and approach to art, manifested in her sculptures and paintings. With a keen eye for the subtleties of nature, Sue's work communicates her appreciation of the world through vibrant representations of spirituality, balance, and joy.

Moving Off by Sally Moren. Oil on canvas, 25.5 x 21.5, $950

Through painting Sally shares her emotional connection to the rural landscape and her lifelong love of horses and dogs. Over the past twenty years, she has been focused on capturing the essence and the many moods of foxhunting. Recognized by the American Academy of Equine Arts for excellence within the genre, Sally's hunt paintings depict real people, horses, and hunt country. They are the result of her on-foot pursuit of the hunt field with camera in hand, cheering on her rider friends. Her painting style is representational, with a strong focus on “light” and “motion”—something collectors say sets my work apart. She carefully executes both the lighting and the overall composition in each of her paintings to build a sense of motion and emotion aiming to strike a compelling chord in the viewer’s imagination.

Museum of Hounds and Hunting art exhibition and sale continues at the Morven Park Mansion in Leesburg through July 27. S...
06/25/2023

Museum of Hounds and Hunting art exhibition and sale continues at the Morven Park Mansion in Leesburg through July 27. Stop by on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays between 11 AM and 5 PM. The theme is HORSES, HOUNDS and FOXES featured in 15 paintings and 12 bronze sculptures of well-known artists. Don't miss this one!

Museum of Hounds and Hunting NA
The Morven Park Mansion
17263 Planters Lane, Leesburg 20178
www.mhhna.org
e-mail: [email protected]

To donate and/or become a member, please visit www.mhhna.org/join/

Both art pieces are for sale.

1) Following Hounds Sidesaddle by Rev. Michael Tang. Watercolor on Paper 15 x 21, $1,500.

Reverend Michael Tang, a Jesuit, Professor of Art and Art History at Loyola Marymount University is known for his brilliant sporting art. Recognized by the American Academy of Equine Arts for excellence within the genre, he produced original watercolor paintings for the Capital Challenge Horse Show Posters for twenty years. His works are in private collections nationwide, including many top professional hunter jumper trainers and amateur riders.

2) Horse Head by Nathalie Patricia Lasko.
Bronze 5 x 10 x 11, $3,500.

Nathalie Patricia (Patty) Lasko is a versatile artist, from drawing to painting to most recently sculpture. An avid horsewoman riding sidesaddle, she was an editor of Dressage Today magazine for 15 years. After retiring she has been pursuing her passion of sculpting.

S. Lackey sent photos of a 1920s Swaine Adeney hunt crop with a peculiar hinged metal piece in the stag handle. Have an ...
08/07/2022

S. Lackey sent photos of a 1920s Swaine Adeney hunt crop with a peculiar hinged metal piece in the stag handle. Have an idea how the piece was used?

Visit and enjoy the new exhibit.Extended through July 18, 2022.
06/05/2022

Visit and enjoy the new exhibit.
Extended through July 18, 2022.

The Art of Sam Savitt Extended through July 18, 2022.The Museum of Hounds&Hunting is pleased to present an exhibition of...
05/26/2022

The Art of Sam Savitt Extended through July 18, 2022.
The Museum of Hounds&Hunting is pleased to present an exhibition of the art of Sam Savitt (American, 1917-2000).
The exhibition is May 29 through June 25, 2022. Hours are 12-4, Friday, Saturday. Sunday and Monday. Morven Park Mansion, Leesburg,Virginia, Virginia.
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05/26/2022
Please join the Museum of Hounds & Hunting, NA at their annual Huntsman induction ceremony and reception Saturday evenin...
05/16/2022

Please join the Museum of Hounds & Hunting, NA at their annual Huntsman induction ceremony and reception Saturday evening (before the VA Foxhound Show on Sunday) at the Museum at Morven Park. Time is 5 p.m. and this is PRIOR to the Hound Show reception and horn-blowing contest!
https://mhhna.org/events/member-reception/

The Museum of Hounds & Hunting, NA is hosting a reception during the Virginia Foxhound Show on Memorial Day weekend, May 28-29, 2022. Tickets are available for current MHHNA members, via online or print form. If you would like to be added to our mailing lists, please contact us today! More than 60 w...

We look forward to seeing you at the May 28-29 event at Morven Park (during the Virginia Fox Hound Show)! Join the museu...
02/04/2022

We look forward to seeing you at the May 28-29 event at Morven Park (during the Virginia Fox Hound Show)!

Join the museum and RSVP to the Museum reception on our website. Admission to view the exhibits and sales is free.
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02/01/2022
Hello, all! The Museum of Hounds and Hunting North America Inc. will once again be holding their reception during the Vi...
01/31/2022

Hello, all! The Museum of Hounds and Hunting North America Inc. will once again be holding their reception during the Virginia Foxhound Show this May. Find details and sign up here on the new mhhna.org website. The reception RSVP is part of the membership form. Let me know if you need any assistance!
https://mhhna.org/join/

11/10/2020

Fall Membership Letter -- don't let your membership lapse!


MUSEUM OF HOUNDS AND HUNTING NORTH AMERICA INC.
FALL LETTER FROM THE CHAIRMAN

What an unexpected and unprecedented year 2020 has turned out to be! While many restrictions on our lives are interfering with our families, work, etc., riding in the great outdoors, equestrian sports, and importantly, riding to hounds are still possibilities for many.
The Museum’s spring events that included the Induction Ceremony to the Huntsmen’s Room, the Sam Savitt Art Exhibition, the Bronze Sculptors Exhibit and Sale, and the Annual Art Sale, are all postponed until May 2021.
The Museum’s board and committee are working to expedite updating our wonderful website at MHHNA.ORG and are currently adding new content under the NEWS heading. If there is real membership interest and participation, we hope to fund a complete update to this old engine, thereby facilitating publication of new articles, news and photos. BUT, we need you and are looking for your ‘clicks’ on our site to know you are with us and reading NEWS. More financial support from the membership is vital for this project. THE PLACE TO BE is with your MUSEUM, so go to our site at MHHNA.ORG or Museum of Hounds and Hunting and visit the topics often!
Thank you all for renewing your memberships this year. Thank you to donors who have been so supportive of the Museum. We will endeavor to bring you both newsworthy and educational content, but let’s have fun as well. Photos and articles of interest and are welcomed! We would love to hear your suggestions and input for the site.
Please submit to: MHHNA, 2598 Five Points Rd., Marshall, VA 20115 or
email [email protected] Museum Phone 540-717- 1228 Nancy at 540-454-1257
Stay tuned. Soon you will be able to renew memberships and donate online directly from the MHHNA website.

Onward and upward Museum friends; let me hear from you with your clicks and visits to
MHHNA.ORG!

As we continue to operate in a virtual environment, we are excited to share that the Museum is now hosting an online art...
09/09/2020

As we continue to operate in a virtual environment, we are excited to share that the Museum is now hosting an online art exhibit and marketplace.

This Art Marketplace is available to Artist Friends of the Museum who have participated in exhibition events and to Artists who wish to join the Museum.

For inquiries and sales, please contact the Museum of Hounds and Hunting N.A. Contact: Tel: 540-717-1228
Email: [email protected]
Gail Guirreri Maslyk

As we continue to operate in a virtual environment, we are excited to share that the Museum is now hosting an online art...
09/09/2020

As we continue to operate in a virtual environment, we are excited to share that the Museum is now hosting an online art exhibit and marketplace.

This Art Marketplace is available to Artist Friends of the Museum who have participated in exhibition events and to Artists who wish to join the Museum.

For inquiries and sales, please contact the Museum of Hounds and Hunting N.A. Contact: Tel: 540-717-1228
Email: [email protected]
Leslie Sorg

Please check out this amazing miniature mosaic, gifted by Mrs. Hedda Windisch von Goeben, in the News section of our web...
07/01/2020

Please check out this amazing miniature mosaic, gifted by Mrs. Hedda Windisch von Goeben, in the News section of our website! As well as a quick history of miniature mosaics.

https://www.mhhna.org/news.html

Loudoun UnScripted: Museum of Hounds & Hunting at Morven ParkIntroduction to the museum by Nancy Bedford, Chairman of th...
06/09/2020

Loudoun UnScripted: Museum of Hounds & Hunting at Morven Park

Introduction to the museum by Nancy Bedford, Chairman of the Board.

Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, Morven Park is currently closed, but if you'd like to read more about the MHHNA you can visit our news page at https://www.mhhna.org/news.html.

https://youtu.be/CIoXugQex54

A look at the Museum of Hounds & Hunting at Morven Park near Leesburg. Loudoun Unscripted is a partnership between CPTV and the students at the Monroe Techno...

FAVORITESGive a look. The Museum of Hounds & Hunting NA invites members to show off their "personal favorite" antique, v...
06/08/2020

FAVORITES
Give a look.
The Museum of Hounds & Hunting NA invites
members to show off their "personal favorite" antique, vintage piece, work of art, object d'art, book or ephemera on the MHHNA website. Present the history and the why of your passion. Include a personal story. Click below and see the first piece. Photo and short paragraph. No valuation or appraisal or sale.

https://www.mhhna.org/news.html

Email [email protected]

05/20/2019

Horse Country Saddlery, Warrenton VA

Rest in Peace

Albert Poe (1931-2019)
Famed Huntsmen with Piedmont Fox Hounds, Fairfax Hunt and Middleburg Hunt, and noted Fox Hound Breeder.
Member of the Huntsmen's Room, Museum of Hounds & Hunting NA, Inc.
Photo: Douglas Lees

05/15/2019

Meg Gardner’s RESCUED ROCKING HORSES & Spring Art Show

04/02/2019

The Museum of Hounds and Hunting is pleased to sponsor Bid #13, “OCH FULL CRY” by artist Gail Guirreri Maslyk. Visit BiddingForGood.com/FoxesontheFence

02/21/2019

Photos from Museum of Hounds and Hunting North America Inc.'s post

02/16/2019

Cropped version of "Oaks of Valley View" from Sue Kelleher
Available for purchase at The Art Exhibition/Sale at Salamander Resort Equine Center, Middleburg, VA. The Exhibit runs from Thanksgiving thru New Years.

02/11/2019

Timeline Photos

12/04/2018

Merry Christmas. We hope you will visit the Salamander Equestrian Gallery to view the 45 paintings on exhibit and For Sale; Immediately available to fill Santa's Sleigh!

10/08/2018

Come visit the current MHHNA Art Show at Salamander! Pieces represent 10 artists, focused on Hounds. Hunting, Foxes and Polo! Art is for sale and may be acquired immediately with credit card, benefiting the MHHNA! Open 10-5 daily - no entry fee! Everyone welcome! Come enjoy the beautiful Salamander stables with a selection of horses and ponies that will be in residence to meet and greet you. For inquires please call: Nancy Bedford at 540-454-1257.

09/02/2018

Visit the MHHNA Art Exhibit and Sale at Hunt Night, Warrenton Horse Show, VA. today and tonight.

07/26/2018
Art Gallery Data

CALL TO ART: The MHHNA is hosting an Art Show - "Summertime in Virginia Hunt Country" - deadline for entries Jul. 29! Show dates Aug. 4 - Sept. 3, displayed at Salamander Resort and Spa Equestrian Center. Suggested subjects for this exhibition are: Landscapes, Animals, Birds, Flowers, Gardens, Horse Events, Livestock, Polo, and anything Summer! Watch for 4 more shows to follow! Click on link below to enter:

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05/24/2018

Museum of Hounds & Hunting NA, Inc,
Morven Park, Leesburg, Virginia
Saturday May 26, 2018
4:00 pm Opening of the Exhibition
Year of the Hound
Presented by the American Academy of Equestrian Artists
and the Museum of Hounds & Hunting NA, Inc.
Meets the artists, view the show. 4:00 pm in the Mansion
Art available for purchase.
5:00 pm Annual MHHNA Member/Guest Reception
Join or renew memberships at the door.
The Year of the Hound presents paintings, sketches and sculpture of the 25 hunts of Virginia by select members of the American Academy of Equestrian Artists.
Featured AAEA artists: Chris Cancelli, Kathy Friedenberg, Morgan Killbourn, Booth Malone, Joanne Mehl, Sally Moren, Fr. Michael Tang, Linda Volrath and Larry Wheeler.
In addition, hunting and equestrian themed papier-mâché by Sarah Holmberg will be exhibited.

Sunday May 27, 2018
Museum and art show opens to the public from 11-5
Year of the Hound
Art available for purchase.
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The Exhibition continues through end of June, 2018.
Check the Morven Park website for dates and hours the show is open.
Morven Park, Leesburg, Virginia
For more information and directions visit www.MorvenPark.org

03/29/2018
1131403-1_proof.pdf

SAVE THE DATE!!! MHHNA Museum Art Show and Reception - click on card to preview some art!

12/28/2017

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all.

12/23/2017

Museum of Hounds and Hunting North America Inc.

11/17/2017

Horse Country Saddlery, Warrenton VA

The Two Hunters
Papier Mache sculpture by Sarah Holmberg
A whimsical centerpiece for the table at Thanksgiving or Christmas.
To benefit the Museum of Hounds & Hunting NA, Inc. $1900.00
In Middleburg, Virginia.
Please contact Nancy G. Bedford (540)364-7620
MHHNA, Inc. a 501©3 organization.

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Sunday 10am - 4pm

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