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Art Honor Society raises money for trip to Glassworks

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By Debra Wimmer
News from ACHS National Art Honor Society

Jay Rowlett is the winner of the lovely ceramic artwork made by senior art student, Ashley Brown. The senior members of the ACHS National Art Honor Society sold raffle tickets to earn money for a trip to Louisville, KY.

Next week students will visit Glassworks, where they will participate in a workshop to create their own personal artwork in glass. Sarah Hadley, daughter of Shelley Grant and Doug Hadley, sold the winning ticket to Jay Rowlett, center. Ashley Brown, daughter of Jacqueline Judd and Joe Brown, is the artist of the ceramic pot. Debra Wimmer



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Jay Rowlett is winner of Art Society ceramic pot



2012-04-30 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Debra Wimmer.
Jay Rowlett
center is the winner of the lovely ceramic artwork made by senior art student, Ashley Brown. Sarah Hadley, left daughter of Shelley Grant and Doug Hadley, sold the winning ticket to Jay Rowlett, center. Ashley Brown, daughter of Jacqueline Judd and Joe Brown, is the artist of the ceramic pot. Debra Wimmer

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