Vicki Woods wrote the following article for the Los Angeles Examiner's online newspaper. A volunteer member of the Chuck Jones Council for Creativity, she has been a tireless advocate for the Center and its programs.
Walking through Old Town Orange a few years ago, I saw a sign in a window that caught my eye. Art classes it said. Chuck Jones it said. I jotted down the info and took it home. Then I called a few friends. Hey, there are some cool, really inexpensive classes for art down in Old Town Orange. I'll pick up my daughter and yours after, if you will drop off. Well anyway a few of us ended up at the Chuck Jones Center for Creativityand loved it. More than that our children loved it; and that's all it took to get me hooked. I grew up watching Loony Toons. Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Roadrunner, Coyote, etc, etc, etc.. Sharing the joy that was brought to me by those cartoons was wonderful, but when I saw the philosophy Chuck himself had about people and their potential I fell in love with the whole concept.
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