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Local students feature artwork at True Colours exhibit

Paula Wilkins, president of GFWC Service Guild of Covington and Lynn Garrett, Service Guild Arts Program Chair show off the 2014 True Colours Art Exhibit. The Georgia Federated Women’s Club Service Guild of Covington president assisted the Newton Arts Association in hanging the 2014 True Colours Art Exhibit at the Floyd Street Library. The exhibit features works submitted by students from Covington and Newton County schools, ranging from elementary school through high school. The artwork will be open to the public during library hours for the month of March. (Special photo)

Paula Wilkins, president of GFWC Service Guild of Covington and Lynn Garrett, Service Guild Arts Program Chair show off the 2014 True Colours Art Exhibit. The Georgia Federated Women’s Club Service Guild of Covington president assisted the Newton Arts Association in hanging the 2014 True Colours Art Exhibit at the Floyd Street Library. The exhibit features works submitted by students from Covington and Newton County schools, ranging from elementary school through high school. The artwork will be open to the public during library hours for the month of March. (Special photo)

Paula Wilkins, president of GFWC Service Guild of Covington and Lynn Garrett, Service Guild Arts Program Chair show off the 2014 True Colours Art Exhibit. The Georgia Federated Women’s Club Service Guild of Covington president assisted the Newton Arts Association in hanging the 2014 True Colours Art Exhibit at the Floyd Street Library. The exhibit features works submitted by students from Covington and Newton County schools, ranging from elementary school through high school. The artwork will be open to the public during library hours for the month of March. (Special photo)

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