Art show an exquisite event

Working as a volunteer at Soldotna Senior Center can be exciting and rewarding. On Nov. 1-2 Soldotna Senior Center presented its 17th annual amateur art show. The show was outstanding because of the efforts of those who participated. Thanks to Brian Erwin, Charlie Weimer and Pat Lytle for judging the entries. Thank you to Millie Evans and Estelle Parks for receiving and logging entries, to Connie Goltz, Betty Seimion and Kathy East for the excellent arrangement of the art pieces placed on display. I must also thank Morris Breed, Bunny Chong, Jim Fisher, Gladys Routh, Gathryn Olson and Margaret Johnson for volunteering throughout the art show. And, a special thanks to all the artists who entered their exquisite work for all to enjoy.

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