QBS Sponsors “Merry Christmas Charlie Brown!” at Upcountry History Museum

Quality Business Solutions believes strongly in supporting the community that it serves and is proud to announce its participation as a Contributing Sponsor for this year’s Merry Christmas Charlie Brown! exhibit at the Upcountry History Museum.

Celebrating the holidays in true Peanuts-style, the Upcountry History Museum will host the latest traveling exhibition from the Charles M. Schulz Museum, titled Merry Christmas Charlie Brown! The Peanuts-eccentric exhibit invites visitors to enter the world of Charlie Brown, as they explore the making of the 1965 holiday classic and reect on the true meaning of Christmas.

QBS plans to not only sponsor the exhibit, but will also be actively involved in volunteering during the Upcountry History Museum’s Neighborhood Night and Family Fun Day during December 2018.

  • Neighborhood Night – Thursday, December 6, from 5:30pm-8:30pm. This is a monthly series designed to promote the role of the museum as a community anchor by providing learning opportunities for Greenville County low-income households. Free admission and extended hours ensure that financially disadvantaged and working families have access to the Museum and its programs. During December’s Neighborhood Night, QBS President/CEO Pamela Evette will give remarks and read a book to local children during Storytime. QBS team members will also volunteer at the Book Station.
  • Family Fun Day – Saturday, December 1, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. This is a monthly series designed for the whole family to come out and enjoy the museum’s changing exhibits. QBS team members will volunteer to help in the Felting Workshop and Snoopy’s Gingerbread House Workshop.

 

The Merry Christmas Charlie Brown! exhibition celebrates the holiday season while offering visitors a behind-the-scenes look at the making of this holiday classic. Artwork, objects, and a video featuring Charles M. Schulz, producer Lee Mendelson, and animator/director Bill Melendez that details the sometimes magical and often madcap making of A Charlie Brown Christmas.

Find out more at: http://www.upcountryhistory.org/exhibitions-events/changing-exhibits/

QBS leadership and employees give both time and financial support to multiple charities including St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Loaves & Fishes, American Red Cross, United Way, The Meyer Center, Family Footprint, Greenville Humane Society, American Heart Association, St. Joseph’s Catholic School, Prince of Peace Catholic Church, Greenville’s Center for Developmental Services, the Julie Valentine Center and more. In 2017 Pamela was named to the board of St. Francis Foundation Forum Board and was appointed to the South Carolina Small Business Regulatory Review Committee. David Evette is currently a member of the St. Francis Foundation Advisory Board.