Support shown at art show

The Summerland Pleasure Painters would like to thank all the people who came into and supported our Festival of Lights Art Show and Sale.

Dear Editor:

The Summerland Pleasure Painters would like to thank all the people who came into and supported our Festival of Lights Art Show and Sale last weekend.

It was our pleasure to show our art work and to hear the appreciative comments from the public.  We hope you also enjoyed the display of pieces from the Traditional Rug Hookers, as well as art work of the Group of 6 or 7 drawing club.

We would like to thank Dan Ashton for allowing us the use of the store on Main Street for our show.

The winner of the draw for the pastel “Irises” was Peggy Munro.

See you in the spring.

Ruth McPhillamey



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