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Side by Side auction



STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY LIZ LYONS

Bennett hosted a reception for the Side-By-Side Auction which serves as the main fundraiser for the Community School of the Arts. The Side-By-Side Visual Arts Apprentice Program pairs students from Community School of the Arts with professional artists from the region. The works created during this program are on display and available for auction during this event. The Community School of the Arts is committed to creating a safe and nurturing after-school environment where children have an opportunity to develop positive relationships with peers, role models and mentors, while boosting their self-esteem and fulfilling their potential.

 

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