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Art works continue to come in for the Norva Center’s Square Foot fundraiser.  The Center’s Karen Clark says people have paid 25 dollars or 10 for youth for a square foot of canvas, done some type of art on it including a Lego work this year and returned it for display and sale.  She says this is one of their major fundraisers for the year and they’ve had an incredible response in terms of bringing in new art from local artists here and also from around the province of Saskatchewan as well because artists from all over the place are generous with their work and their rime and they’re grateful to them so they have some beautiful art work there.

             

The display was hung Sunday with the official opening on Thursday night at 7 with refreshments served at the Norva Center at 177 Green Street.  That night will also include the dedication of the community mosaic at the Center.  This is followed by three weeks of silent auction for the art works and then a live auction on October 15th.

 

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