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Junior League kicks off community Can-A-Thon The Newnan Junior Service League has begun work on its 30th annual Can-A-Thon for the Coweta Community Food Pantry. The 2013 Can-A-Thon public drive will be held with locations in downtown Newnan and the Goodwill service center at Thomas Crossroads on Dec. 3, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. — the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. Community members may drop off their cans or cash donations to representatives at both locations throughout the day, said Jr. League spokesperson Casey Perkins. Donations may also be made at any Coweta County school, and at Canongate Coweta County Golf Club. Most of the Coweta schools are having individual drives to support the almost three-decade-old community effort. “ T he New n a n Ju n ior Ser v ice League is very proud to continue our tradition of helping our community through the twenty-ninth year of our Can-A-Thon,” said NJSL Can-AThon chair Ginny Lambert. “Seeing our community come together, year after year, to help those in need during the winter months is something we should all be proud of. We hope

that we will continue to see the same high level of support from the Coweta community again this year.” The Newnan Junior Service League has worked for a number of years with the Coweta County School System, The Heritage School, local businesses and civic organizations, to develop the county’s largest annual food drive. “The impact that this Can-A-Thon has on our community is amazing,” said Andrea Newton, NJSL president. “The League is deeply appreciative of the support we have received each year from those who come out and donate, who volunteer, and who contribute through their schools. We are truly honored to be in a position to organize this event that makes a difference in the lives of so many.” For more i n for m at ion on t he New na n Junior Ser vice Leag ue, including how to support its fundraising efforts for the Coweta community, visit Newnan Junior Service League is an organization of women committed to enhancing the quality of life in Coweta County through dedicated service, volunteering and leadership.

Photo by Sharon Sherlock

These Newnan High School seniors took a dif ferent take on trick- or-treat this Halloween items for the 2013 NHS Can-A-Thon effort. From left are, front, Mindy Griffith — Senior Class Societ y president and Homecoming queen, Aaron “AJ ” Young — Senior Class and National president, Tiffanie Sherlock, Morgan Garner; and back, standing, Hunter Kaplan, Ashley Sherlock

Emeritus senior, 91, wins holiday card art contest

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Alexander Von Hesiter, a 91-year old artist, looks at a scrapbook of old pic tures and his pas t paintings.

The things you notice about the Von Heisters’ Emeritus Senior Living apartment are the art hanging on the wall and the history books on the shelf. For Al Von Heister, the love of history and art have been intertwined for most of his 91 years. Born in 1922 in Düsseldorf, Germany, Von Heister’s family immigrated to the United States in May 1927. “That was the same time [Charles] Lindbergh was flyi n g ove r. We m u s t h a ve crossed paths on the way,” said Von Heister. Alexander “Al” Von Heister served in the Air Force in World War II, where his affinity for airplanes really developed. He began sketching them and eventually began painting in earnest after the war. His art talent paid homage to his great-grandfather and great uncle, who were famous for their art, Andreas a nd Oswa ld Achenbach , respectively. Andreas Achenbach received the medal of first class in Paris in 1855 with “The Chambers Biographical Dictionary,” noting "he was regarded as the father of 19th century German landscape painting." Al Von Heister took inspiration from his accomplished family and began painting landscapes from his travels in the war. One painting on display in the living room is of the Hong Kong harbor. The winning holiday card he painted is from a photograph he took in Rothenberg, Germany, a medieval town. He says he finished the painting about a year ago and then submitted it, along with more than 200 other Emeritus residents from all over the country.

and collec ted food and National Honor Honor Societ y vice and Tavaris Johnson.

BELOW Al Von Heister’s winning holiday card for Emeritus Senior Living center ’s national ar t contest. The painting is of Rothenburg, Ger many, decorated for Christmas.

Five winners were selected and are displayed on Emeritus’ website. Von Heister’s card depicts a snowy building-front during Christmas. The wreath on the door, glowing entry lamp, and window above the door spark a warmness that pushes away the pretty but bitter snow. Mr. Von Heister and his wife of 44 years, Roselynn, lived in LaGrange for many years before coming to Emeritus Senior Living in Newnan a year ago. He retired from Delta after 28 years, in 1987. In LaGrange, he had a studio and took a few art courses from Steve Close. Von Heister recalled Close setting up a table with folded clothes draped on it and colored jars stacked about. He turned to the class and said, “Now, paint that.” Other than those classes, which came much later in Von Heister’s life, he is self-taught. Roselynn Von Heister feels their love of travel and experiences in life have led to her husband’s impressive life in the arts. “I w ish ever yone cou ld travel,” said Mrs. Von Heister. “I think we wouldn’t have so many problems if everybody were more connected.” Perhaps their experiences — from


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Scotland to Al Von Heister’s beloved homeland — and rich historical background have contributed greatly to their gentle spirits and bubbling creativity (Mrs. Von Heister herself is a longtime seamstress). It ’s ea sy to i m ag i ne A l Von Heister leaving a warm impression on those around him, including the people he

interacts with on a daily basis at Emeritus. “We are astounded by Al’s talent and creativity, and we are thrilled that his work was chosen for the Emeritus card,” said Annette Fields, executive director. “Al is a treasured member of the community. He constantly delights us with his great talents.”

As the temperature begins to drop, it’s the perfect opportunity to gather your circle of friends and bring the entertainment indoors. Whether it’s game day or the season finale of your favorite TV show, these dishes and delectable wine pairings will make any casual get-together that much more memorable ... and delicious. From f i nger food s to sat i sf y i ng mea l s , piero gies are always a hit. Flavorful whipped potatoes combi ned w it h ta st y add ition s , l i ke chedda r cheese and onion, are gently folded into a pasta shell to create the perfect canvas for your favorite ingredients and spices. Dishes like Buffalo Pierogies and Pierogies Pad Thai are perfect for a crowd, whether you’ve planned ahead or are having an impromptu gathering — just be sure to keep a few boxes of pierogies in your freezer. With pierogies and wine, no matter the occasion, you’re guaranteed a relaxing and tasty time.

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Newnan pancake breakfast & arts and crafts show Northgate High School November 16 Breakfast: 9:00–11:00 a.m. Arts and Crafts: 9:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.


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Northgate soccer team will be hosting a Pancake Breakfast and Arts and Crafts show in the ninth grade cafeteria. The all-you-can-eat breakfast is $5. Northgate High School is located at 3220 Fischer Road, Newnan.

Info: 770-463-5585

‘Hearts that meet’ pow-wow Coweta County Fairgrounds November 16 11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. This is a Native American Powwow to educate the students, parents, and community about Native American customs. All proceeds raised will go to a 14 year old dancer who had spinal surgery due to scoliosis.

Info: 770-254-2620

holiday open house Downtown Newnan November 17 1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m. Get an early star t on your Christmas shopping in downtown Historic Newnan. There will be Christmas spirit in the air. And an exciting time in Newnan with refreshments and in-store specials!

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(pictured on Page 1) Prep time: 15 minutes Cook time: 12 to 16 minutes Serves: 8 Wine pairing: Cabernet Sauvignon • 1 tablespoon olive oil • 1/2 teaspoon chili powder • 1 (12-ounce) box potato & cheddar mini pierogies • 1/2 pound boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into 1-inch pieces • 1/2 pound beef sirloin, cut into 1-inch pieces • 2 green bell peppers, peeled, cored, seeded and cut into 1-inch pieces • 2 red bell peppers, peeled, cored, seeded and cut into 1-inch pieces • 2 yellow and/or orange bell peppers, peeled, cored, seeded and cut into 1-inch pieces

Preheat broiler. Combine olive oil and chili powder in small bowl. Brush pierogies with chili mixture. Toss chicken chunks and beef chunks separately with salt and pepper to taste. Using six (6) 12-inch-long metal skewers, thread meat chunks, pierogies and bell peppers. Repeat with remaining ingredients. Broil skewers three inches from the heat source until meat, pierogies and peppers are cooked through (about 6 to 8 minutes per side). Serve with your favorite dipping sauce.

Pesto Pierogies Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 10 minutes Serves: 6 Wine pairing: Pinot Noir • 1 (8-ounce) package of cream cheese, softened • 1/4 cup prepared pesto • 1/4 teaspoon salt • 1 (12-ounce) box potato & onion mini pierogies • 1/3 cup roasted red pepper strips, well drained • 2 tablespoons pine nuts, toasted

In medium bowl, stir softened cream cheese, pesto and salt until well blended and smooth. Sauté pierogies as package directs. Arrange pierogies on large serving platter; top each pierogy with small dollop of pesto mixture. Top each with some roasted red pepper strips; sprinkle with pine nuts.

Buffalo Pierogies Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 18 minutes Serves: 4 Wine pairing: Pinot Grigio • 1 cup oil • 1/2 cup hot pepper sauce • 1/2 teaspoon chili powder • 1 (12-ounce) box potato & cheddar mini pierogies • Non-stick cooking spray • Blue cheese dressing • Carrot sticks • Celery sticks

Preheat oven to 400°F. Combine oil, hot sauce and chili powder; toss with frozen pierogies. Coat baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray and spread pierogies evenly on the baking sheet. Bake at 400°F for 16 to 18 minutes, or until pierogies are puffed and browned. For best results, turn over once halfway through bake time. Serve with blue cheese dressing, carrot sticks and celery sticks. Optional: Deep fry frozen pierogies in 350°F oil for 3 min­utes or until golden brown, as directed on box.

Pierogies with Butter & Onions Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 10 to 15 minutes Serves: 4 Wine pairing: Chardonnay • 1 (16-ounce) box potato & cheddar pierogies • 1 cup sliced onions • 1/4 cup melted butter, margarine or olive oil

Place pierogies in boiling water; cook about 5 to 7 minutes. Mean­while, sauté onions and butter in medium saucepan over medium heat. Place sautéed onions into large bowl. Add cooked pierogies and mix gently. Serve and top with sour cream, if desired.

Pierogies Pad Thai Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 15 minutes Serves: 4 Wine pairing: Chardonnay • 1 (12-ounce) box of potato & cheddar mini pierogies • 1 tablespoon butter or margarine • 2 large eggs, beaten • 1 tablespoon peanut oil • 1 large garlic clove, minced • 1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into thin slices • 1/2 teaspoon salt • 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper • 1/2 cup peanut sauce • 1 cup bean sprouts • 1/4 cup chopped peanuts • 2 scallions, thinly sliced

Boil pierogies according to package directions. Drain. Mean­while, in 12-inch skillet over medium-high heat, melt butter; cook eggs until just scrambled, stirring constantly. Remove to bowl. In same skillet, heat peanut oil; over medium heat, cook garlic until lightly browned. With slotted spoon, remove garlic to bowl with eggs. In drippings remaining in skillet over medium-high heat, cook chicken until well browned and cooked through, stirring constantly. Add salt and crushed red pepper. Stir in egg mix­ture, peanut sauce, bean sprouts and cooked pierogies. Toss to mix well. Garnish with chopped peanuts and scallions.

4 MyConnection   |  Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Community Connection

Bon mots

People col lect d i fferent things. Stamps, baseball cards, coins, scars, strep throat. I collect wise words. My favorites usually come from those of the animation persuasion, although occasionally humans have something significant to say. I’ve run my favorite cartoon ones before, now it’s time for real men and women to speak. I’ve tried to find the appropriate originations where possible. Some of my favorites: • If anyone ever tells you you put too much peanut butter on your bread, stop talking to them. You don’t need that kind of negativity in your life. • If you never allow your child to experience failure and disappoi nt ment , he/she w i l l

not be equipped to handle adulthood. • If you would spent less time complaining about your life, you’d possibly enjoy it more. • The goal isn’t to live forever. The goal is to create something that will. (Chuck Palahniuk) • Don’t give up what you want most for what you want now. (Neal A. Maxwell) • Replace fear of the unknown with curiosity. (Dany Gokey) • I f you wa nt to ach ieve greatness, stop ask ing for permission. • To know what life is worth, you have to risk it once in a while. (Jean-Paul Satre) • When was the last time you did something for the first time? • Do you know why the Indian

JOHN WINTERS ra in da nces a lways work? Because t he India ns keep dancing until it rains. (Sherman Alexie) • Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful. (Herman Cain) • The greatest mistake you can make in life is to continually be afraid you will make one. (Elbert Hubbard) • It is never too late to be what you might have been. (George Eliot) • There are over 7 billion peo-

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what I wanted to do is the minute I finally felt free. • Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit; wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad. (Miles Kington) • You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something in your life. (Winston Churchill) • Always be yourself. Unless you ca n be a pi rate, t hen always be a pirate. • Do more of what makes you awesome.

• The realization that happiness is a state of mind that you can control sometimes doesn’t occur to people until it is too late. • Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. (Mark Twain) • The minute I stopped caring about what other people thought and started doing

ple on Earth. And you are going to let one person ruin your day? • Don’t wait. The time will never be just right. (Napoleon Hill) • Follow your passion. • Giv i ng up on you r goa l because of one setback is like slashing your other three tires because you got one flat. • Don’t take yourself too seriously. Life is more fun when you can laugh at yourself. • Let your children grow up to be what they want to be, not what you wished you were.

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culating insurance deductibles, things were spookier than usual at Hampshire Halloween, the official fall bash sponsored by Hampshire College in Amherst, Mass. In a brutal reminder that the spirit of Jim Crow is alive and well, a group of African-American classical musicians was told it could not perform at as promised (and contracted). W hy? Because when the g r o u p ’s a p p e a r a n c e w a s announced, enraged students expressed outrage that the school would allow a group of African-American musicians to enter the campus and perform classical music. Noting that such music is typically played by majorityCaucasian orchestras, protesters said choosing this group to perform represented “cultural appropriation.” Whatever that is. In canceling the performance, the school’s Hype Committee, which runs the event, issued a statement saying they meant no disrespect to the black performers. Right. Amazed? Shocked? Thought we were past that? Apparently not. With one big exception. The story told here is true except for … skin color. The band that got canceled was an all-white group called Shokazoba. They play something called Afrobeat music. Hype Committee members

ALEX mcrae must have figured that since white people can’t jump, they can’t boogie, either. Hampshire College spokesperson Elaine Thomas said some students were concerned that letting white kids play Afrobeat music did not show the proper respect for “marginalized cultures.” I wonder if Hampshire College has notified the 1.03 billion residents of Africa that theirs is a marginalized culture. I hope not. I’d hate for native Africans at Hampshire College to think they weren’t as important as everyone else. That is, if any “marginalized” African students can pay the tab at a college where tuition, room and board tops $57,000. Shok a zoba wa s once a n above-average white band. Now the group is devastated. On the bright side, they could avoid t h is problem i n t he future by playing exclusively for blind audiences. That may be the only way members of Shokazoba could be certain that listeners were concentrating on the quality of their sound, not the color of their skin.

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Manso De Sousa shares 40 years of ballet By REBECCA LEFTWICH

Visitors to downtown Newnan's Fall Art Walk may have noticed girl-sized, futuristic flamingos frolicking in front of the courthouse or watched in fascination as human statues came to life to perform a pas de deux. Perhaps they were startled when a bride burst into operatic song as she bustled along the sidewalk, trailing a butler and balloons. Or maybe they were amused by the Mozart-era pair, pausing their stroll to read from a scroll. The performance art pieces — or site-specific work, as he prefers to call it — were the creation of Paulo Manso de Sousa, a Newnan resident and artistic director Manso de Sousa of the newly formed Southern Arc Dance Theatre. " I j u s t wa nte d to m a ke some kind of strong statement about what SADT can do in the Newnan area," he said of the inaugural work. "I love Newnan. I've been here five years, and I see so much possibility, so much creativity. I'd love to be in the forefront of some of that." Manso de Sousa's portfolio is weighty, his credentials ranging from the New York Met — his first professional gig — to the Miami City Ballet, where he was principal dancer the better part of a decade. He's worked for and alongside artists who are well-known even outside dance circles: Mikhail Baryshnikov, Rudolf Nureyev, Gelsey Kirkland. He's traveled the world as a dancer and teacher,

soaking up each experience and making it a part of his creative process. "The more you do, the more you see, the more growth for you," Manso de Sousa said. "It's like an artist; the more colors he has on his palette, the better he ca n express himself. Dance is a lang u a ge , s o t he more you experience with your body, the more you're able to express." It a l l bega n with a stint as Action in his O a k l a nd , C a l ifor n ia elementary school's production of "Westside S t o r y." M a n s o d e Sousa — who was born on the Portugese island of Medeira and had emigrated to California with his parents — caught the eye of the school's dance teacher, who had a small folkloric group that stayed busy performing at local events like Oktoberfest. His actual segue to ballet, though, was his bronze medalwinning piece in the Highland Games Sword Dance competition, which featured a kilt-clad Manso de Sousa and his personal bagpiper. Afterward, one of his fellow dancers suggested ballet classes. "I was a boy, I had two legs, I was proportioned, and so they gave me a scholarship," Manso de Sousa said. The then-1 3-year-old was one of a young group of dancers who trained under an older regime. "The director was hiring all these old Russians (Ballets Russes) that nobody really wanted because ever ybody

was doing a new generation of dance," Manso de Sousa said. "So I got to work with these incredible people." From Oakland, Manso de Sousa moved on to New York. "That's where I really started to get obsessed with dance," he said. Living in a oneroom apartment with short-term parental support, Manso de Sousa needed more than his obsession — he needed a job.

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auditioning for a spot at the New York Met. Of 200 dancers, only one female and two males were selected. The Oakland teenager had found his place. "I loved doing what I was doing," he said. "I loved the c l a s s r o o m , I love d b e i n g coached. I love performing — don't get me wrong, it's incredible to be onstage — but there's something about the daily challenge of work, where you go to the barre and you have a coach and you keep trying to make it perfect."

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Hard work often can turn into something beautiful and unexpected, Manso de Sousa said. "The fun is, you ta ke all you've experienced and all you've worked toward, and you can let muscle memory and intuition take over and then look back and see what came out of it," he said. As the youngest dancer at the Met, Manso de Sousa said he was fascin ated by the legendary opera house and its sideli ne ba llet compa ny. He introduced himself to the opera singers, watched the conductors and befriended James Levine, who was music director at the time. Levine watched him from the wings as he progressed as a dancer, eventually advising him to move along if he really wanted to have a career as a dancer. Manso de Sousa took his advice and promptly went to work with Edward Villella, one of America's first well-known male dancers, who was director at the Eglevsky Ballet at the time. Villella recognized similarities in the young dancer's body and dance styles to his own, arranging for a scholarship at the School of American Ballet for training. Vi llella a lso spent time educating audiences about the art of dance. "He would travel around, giving lecture demonstrations on his work with ("father of American ballet") George Balanchine, and we would do little vignettes of Balanchine ballets," Manso de Sousa said.

The intervening years were a whirlwind of dance and travel, acting and modeling, and teaching, teaching, teaching. "I love being in the studio, creating," Manso de Sousa said. He will open a for-profit studio offering dance classes next year, but Manso de Sousa's main focus is on SADT — a not-for-profit 501(c)3 company — and all he'd like to accomplish through it. Continuing Villella's work, Manso de Sousa will begin his first series of lecture demonstrations at Newnan's Carnegie Library next month. The SADT Company has several performances planned throughout the area, and Manso de Sousa hopes eventually to begin partnering with other dance companies and choreographers for performances on the local stage and the world stage as well. Meanwhile, he is aiming for innovation and quality. "I like creating and I like doing site-specific work, stuff for the libraries and schools," Manso de Sousa said. "All that's



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Coweta walks to end Alzheimer’s By Clay Neely

Hundreds of walkers and volunteers came to Coweta County Fairgrounds recently for the third annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s event. Kel ly H i nes , d i rector of public relations for Piedmont Newnan Hospital helped with registration for the event. “It’s really growing. This is the third year we’ve had the Alzheimer’s walk exclusively for Coweta. We have 37 teams that were pre-registered and at least 300 walkers,” said Hines. Vendors stood at tables with items for a silent auction while participants gathered on the law n. Ly nette Smit h, from Team John’s Angels, worked alongside Julie Rushin and Katrina Lyle, general manager of Applebee’s. “It doesn���t matter to me what we sell,” said Smith. “I’ll do whatever it takes to raise awareness for the cause.” Robert Young from Young Taekwondo Academy assisted in a warm-up on the lawn in front of the stage. Cameron Pirouz from Homestead Hospice add ressed t he crowd prior to the walk. “We can do this and we will do this. None of us would be here today without the help of our sponsors and the donations they have made. Thank you for your dedication and commitment.” Pa r t icipa nt s were g iven an assortment of flower pinwheels, each color signifying their relationship with the disease. Jeffery Smith from B enton Hou se of New n a n explained the significance of the f lower pinwheels to the audience. “Orange f lowers signify you support the mission of the Alzheimer’s Association, while a purple flower means you have seen the effect that this disease has played in your own life. A yellow flower is for the caregivers who walk for the 5.4 million people affected by this disease, and the blue f lower represents those who are personally afflicted with Alzheimer’s. Becky Alexander spoke on behalf of the Alexander family. She witnessed the impact dementia had on her family’s life last summer when her mother-in-law, Eleanor, wandered away from home and was found four days later. “Today, I ask you to f ind your own Eleanor. Find a reason to keep searching for a cause and for a cure.”

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Newnan Cargill celebrates ‘Off the Wall’ art program Ca rgill celebrated its 11th Off the Wall art program in Coweta County this month, with a reception for 12 Newnan High School artists whose paintings and drawings will hang at the Newnan plant for the next year. The student artists’ portraits, landscapes, still-lifes and paintings of animals were framed by Cargill and will hang in its business offices for the next year. The loaned canvases include at least one cow, appropriate for the Newnan plant, a consumer package meat facility. In return for the donation of art, the Newnan High School art program received a donation of $1,200. Cargill’s “Off the Wall” art program began in 2004, in conjunction with the opening of Coweta’s Centre for Performing and Visual Arts. Cargill’s Brad Down and the Coweta school system began the program, which is designed to support and promote artistic achievements of local students, encouraging artistic expression and skill development.

Each year, students produce art at school, following curriculum guidelines. A jury of teachers compiles works with varied themes from each class and presents them to Cargill representatives, who make the final 12 selections. Cargill frames the selections and displays them in its facility throughout the year. The art is also used in the Newnan plant’s community cards and communications. At the next annual show, Cargill returns the framed artwork to the students to enjoy in their own homes. Cargill has featured over 100 student artists through the program over the years, making donations to several local art programs. This year’s selected artists included Newnan High students Brandon Wenner, Hannah Poore, Brittany Rosser, Kaitleen Brown, Elizabeth Clark, Kerrie Head, Emma Norris, Nick Wells, George Willis, Olivia Wright, Hannah Hudson, and Trevor Roberts. School students and families are then invited to attend a celebration during which Brad

Down and Cargill employees thank the student’s for their contributions. Many of the parents were as excited as the students. “It’s a good way for us to support the arts in schools, and a great way for us to showcase our community’s talent to our employees and visitors,” said Down. “Our plant has many visitors from the community, the nation and from around the world. When they tour the facility, they enjoy the art displays in the hallways and always express an appreciation for the remarkable talent in our community.” “The most exciting part of this program is when students, their families and teachers attend the reception,” said Down. “It turns us into a venue for families to view student’s art and provide artists with exposure within our community. It’s probably the most exciting part for us because we get to put a name and face and story. It changes this from being art on a wall to being personal with these students and their families.”

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