Our final day of our cultural exchange in Belgium was spent in what many say is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. After visiting it, we are inclined to agree. We visited the city of Bruges. We walked along its cobblestone streets and learned about its rich history. The city is known for its lace making and chocolate. It even has a street named the chocolate street. How sweet is that?

Thank you to the Borderless Arts Tennessee board who approved this project.

A huge thank you to several individuals who provided funding support to make this incredible experience possible.

A very special thanks to Tony Brown who took a leadership role in fundraising for this program.

Robbie Ammons (Board member)
Tony Brown
Veronica Crook
Penley Produce Vacation Homes https://www.happyguidetoashortlife.com/2023/04/penley-produce/

Public Consulting Group
Robert Rhinehart
Alicia Stewart

We can never thank you enough!