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Rodney Lough Jr. is working in partnership with The Boys & Girls Clubs of
SF Bay to celebrate the grand opening charity event of his newest gallery
in San Francisco on August 6, 2011 from 8-11 pm. The world's largest
photography gallery is opening in a landmark location on One Jefferson
and Powell Streets in the heart of Fisherman's Wharf across from the
Embarcadero.

San Francisco, CA, July 15, 2011 -- Rodney Lough Jr., world-renowned
Master Landscape Photographer is proud to announce the opening of his
newest gallery in the heart of San Francisco. The Rodney Lough Jr.
Wilderness Collections Gallery is hosting a grand opening celebration
planned for Saturday, August 6, 2011 from 8-11 pm.

Rodney is working in partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of SF Bay to
celebrate the opening of the largest fine art photography gallery in San
Francisco. For this special evening, six SF bay clubs have teamed
together for one night under the name of Boys & Girls Clubs of SF Bay to
celebrate the beginning of what they expect to be a long partnership with
each other and Rodney Lough Jr. The charity event will take place from 8-
11 pm on Saturday, August 6, 2011 and is free and open to the public. It
will feature music, auctions, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and other live
performances. A portion of proceeds from the event will be donated to the
Boys & Girls Clubs of SF Bay.

Rodney has been selected as the celebrity endorser of the new Boys &
Girls Clubs initiative “Full STEAM Ahead”. The program aims to reduce the
academic achievement gap in schools by integrating Arts into the well-
known STEM programs (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). The
concept originated with Boys & Girls Clubs of Silicon Valley and has now
spread to other clubs in the bay area with Rodney's involvement.

About Rodney Lough Jr. Wilderness Collections Gallery: Rodney
independently owns four fine art photography galleries in the United
States - San Francisco, Las Vegas, Park City and Sausalito. He has earned
several honors and merits from the Professional Photographers of America,
the International Panoramic Awards, the Lucies International Photography
competition and honors of distinction from the both the United States
Senate as well as the United Nations. You can follow Rodney on Facebook
at: www.facebook.com/RodneyLoughJr.

About the Boys & Girls Clubs of SF Bay: The six partner Boys & Girls
Clubs aim to guide and inspire the youth of their communities to develop
the attitudes and life skills they need to thrive. Clubs provide places
where young people are welcome and can belong after school and all day
during the summer, at a minimal cost to the families. Boys & Girls Clubs
are regarded as some of the most comprehensive youth development
organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area, as well as nationally. Club
programs focus on Academics, Science and Technology, Social Education,
Life Skills, Career Development, Athletics & Fitness and the Arts. Clubs
are dependent on a balanced combination of support from individuals,
foundations, corporations and public partners in order to continue
offering these important programs to the youth that need them most.

Contact:
Amy Peradotta
The Lough Road, Inc
16735 SE Ken's Court
Suite D
Portland, Oregon 97627
503-654-8410
marketing@theloughroad.com
http://www.RodneyLoughJr.com

				
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Description: Rodney Lough Jr. is working in partnership with The Boys & Girls Clubs of SF Bay to celebrate the grand opening charity event of his newest gallery in San Francisco on August 6, 2011 from 8-11 pm. The world's largest photography gallery is opening in a landmark location on One Jefferson and Powell Streets in the heart of Fisherman's Wharf across from the Embarcadero.