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Seniors, students mingle during art exhibit opening

Frederick County students attend an art gallery exhibit recently with residents of the Shenandoah Valley Westminster-Canterbury retirement community in Winchester. The exhibit will continue at Westminster Canterbury through May 31. Courtesy SVWC

The Shenandoah Valley Westminster-Canterbury art committee has announced a new exhibit consisting of specially selected student works from seven Frederick County middle and high schools.

Because of bad weather, the exhibit opening reception was rescheduled from March 17 to March 24.

Students and their families, as well as a few teachers, filled the halls of Lawrence Gallery. Residents of the retirement community engaged the artists, allowing for a unique, multi-generational synergy. The gallery exhibit is open to the public will continue through May 15. For more information, call Kitty Zuckerman at 540-665-5915.


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