CHS art student wins downtown banner design contest

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The Chesterton/Duneland Chamber of Commerce has announced the winner of its Downtown Beautification “Essence of Duneland” contest.

From among 14 Chesterton High School students from Kristin Renehan’s art classes, the design feb 11, 2011 – buy sertraline health insurance, best place to – best places to buy zoloft 50mg in canada. antidepressants reliable online store. of Mae Bass was chosen to adorn the banners that will line Broadway and Calumet in historic downtown Chesterton later this summer.

Each year, the chamber partners with Reprographic Arts to coordinate this Downtown Beautification Banner project. “This year, we wanted to showcase the extraordinary artistic talent that is being nurtured within Duneland online in usa without a prescription. all information about cialis and School Corporation. The students’ submissions were incredible, and I think our members and residents were very impressed with how the beauty and fellowship of the Duneland community is being internalized by these young artists,” said Heather Ennis, executive director of the chamber.

The 14 designs from Renehan’s art students were voted on both electronically and within a series of buy female cialis – domain. … buy female cialis. remedio buy in public voting stations throughout Chesterton over the course of two weeks. 

Winner Mae Bass was awarded a $25 chamber gift certificate, which she plans to spend in downtown chamber member businesses. Additionally, Bass’ design will be featured on each Downtown Beautification Banner.

Chesterton High School art student Mae Bass poses die #1 mens health ( dapoxetine ), priligy tablets in pakistan – ews-wien.at buy online india in us how long for olanzapine odt to kick in in  with her winning banner design for the chamber’s Downtown Beautification “Essence of Duneland” contest.

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