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Fourth Annual Art Show and Gala Had "A Hot Time In the Old Town" Last Saturday Night
Wednesday, May 11, 2011 • Posted May 11, 2011

The Fine Arts Association of the Hill Country exceeded their goal in collecting scholarship money at their ART SHOW and GALA on Saturday night in the Old Peanut Mill’s Warehouse. Pictured are artists and patrons enduring the heat of the evening to see objects of art from area artists. A plentiful food bar was popular, as were the wine and water stations. Maggie Meek of Kerrville played a Celtic harp in the dining area. Carol and Craig Conlee handled a live and silent auction that made money for the scholarship goal a reality.“What a difference a day makes”. On Sunday the art display panels and decorations were taken down in temperatures that had dropped fifty degrees from the day before. What took days to set up came down in less than an hour, thanks to dedicated FAAHC members who bundled up in jackets and down vests to endure the cold!The Fine Arts Association of the Hill Country is a nonprofit organization that was established to promote and develop the Fine Arts in Mason, McCulloch, Menard and Kimble counties. This is achieved by providing educational opportunities in the Fine Arts to the communities. Membership is open to all persons interested in the Fine Arts. If you would like to know more about joining please contact Dana Butler at 325-347-5969 or Judy Uherek at 325-265- 4480.

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