Mooresville’s shares its art with the city of Hockenheim
s Hockenheim, Germany celebrates its 1,250th anniversary this year, the city asked Mooresville, one of its three sister cities, to participate in an art show highlighting its sister cities during its celebration. The art is being displayed in the Water Tower of the town, which is used for receptions and gatherings and also has a gallery. The exhibit, featuring 12 pieces of art from Mooresville — including nine paintings and three sculptural pieces — opened June 22 for the local public and will be on display when a delegation from Mooresville visits Germany
this summer. Pieces were selected by a jury including Kim Saragoni of Four Corners Framing and Gallery; Jessica DeHart, president of Mooresville Arts, and Sandy Eaton. Artists whose work was selected include: Karen Banker, Sandie Bell, Toby Chapin, Barbara Earnshaw, Nina Everson, Sandy Eaton, Ric Erkes, Anne Harkness, Mary Louise Hooper, Chris McIntosh, Ellen Patterson and the late Hank Richter. Only Mooresville artists could apply, and many of the pieces are representations of Mooresville. For more information, visit www.magart. org. — Compiled by Lori K. Tate
We’re Just Crazy About PUG IN A BLANKET AND HAMBURGERRR PUPCAKE®
These yummy treats will make your dog feel welcome at any cookout.
ow that we’re in the thick of cookout season, it’s only fair that our doggie friends should join in on the fun. Cornelius’ Three Dog Bakery has just the thing with its Pug in a Blanket and Hamburgerrr Pupcake® treats. Made with all natural ingredients (no refined sugar), these treats will be a hit at your next summer soiree. Pug in a Blanket, $2.50 each; Hamburgerrr Pupcake® $2.25 each; Three Dog Bakery, Jetton Village, 19825 North Cove Road, Cornelius, www.threedogbakerylkn.com.
Photography by Lori K. Tate
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