Review: The Battle of the CowlArtz 2016
(T = Toledo W = Winlock)
People's Choice Awards:
Best Drawing: "Half Face" by Rachael Annonen -- Winlock
Best Painting: "Ocean Going Bird" by Davinagrace Ramon -- Toledo
Best Clay Project: "Chip the Teacup" by Sophia Valasco -- W
Best Metal Project: "Big Fish" by Nick Brady -- T
Best Wood Project: "Rolling Pin" by Marcus Ouellette -- T
Judge's Award Winners
Best Drawing: Black & White -- Kendra Garrison -- W
Best Drawing: Mixed -- Katie Ross -- T
Best Painting: Acrylic -- Sophia Velasco -- W
Best Painting: Tempera -- Tabitha Mason -- W
Best Painting: Watercolor -- Sally Martin -- T
Best Painting: Pastel -- Brianna Beecroff -- T
Best Painting: Mixed -- Meeghan Peters -- T
Best Clay Project -- Giselle Molina -- W
Best Metal Project -- Nick Brady -- T
Best Wood Project -- Eric Smart -- T
• Special Thanks to the ARTrails Judges: Jeanne Hamilton, Susan and Richard Roth.
• Special Thanks also to Winlock art teacher Ed Montgomery, Joyce Taylor, and Toledo art teacher Ron Gaul for the many extra hours given for the 10th Annual Battle of the CowlArtz.
Submitted by Mike Morgan, Gallery 505.
Gallery 505 Facebook link to Battle of the CowlArtz 2016 online photos here. Next up on Gallery 505: The Hard Stuff - Ceramic, Glass and Metal, June 2-25, 2016. Website link here, Facebook link here.
Review: Paint Out last Friday, Camp Singing Wind - Carol Majewski says: We posted an album on our Facebook page, here.
I’m also attaching two of the photos. The first one is our most popular picture, showing Fancy, the little golden dog, with the canvas of Susanné Rose Maestas, of Winlock. She’s wearing the jeans she painted herself.
I’m also attaching a picture of Lola Dennis, who organized the event. She’s working with Billie Washington, of Toledo, who is painting for the first time.
Review: 2016 Kids Fishing Derby, hosted by the Toledo Lions Club, was a resounding success by all accounts.
Proceeds support scholarships. Check out the pics posted on their Facebook page, link here. Next up: Cheese Days 2016, link here.
Today: Students at Toledo Elementary School will be presenting 2 musicals this evening. At 6 p.m. Kindergarten through second graders will performs HATS! Following at 7 p.m third through fifth grades bring you Compose Yourself. Come support your neighborhood kids and enjoy.
Also today: Toledo High School FCCLA Banquet 6 p.m. for family and student members celebrates their successful year. Watch this column for the next FCCLA event, already in the works. Contact Rene’ Ketchum, email@example.com for details.
Plus: Toledo City Council meets 6 p.m. today, first and third Mondays monthly. Dates may change if scheduled on or near a federal holiday. Visit www.toledowa.us or call (360)864-4564.
Tomorrow - Mike says: We can't delay too much longer. Let's have a Common Ground meeting of the minds for beautifying the green spaces in Toledo.
WHEN -- 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 17
WHERE -- Morgan Arts Centre, 190 Plomondon Rd.
WHAT -- vision:Toledo related projects
• Park Entry Garden
• Planter Boxes around town
• Post Office Flag Pole
• Grade School Gardens
• Fish Sculpture
• Food Bank Garden
• Gospodor Eagle
• Old Jail House
Gary adds: We have a great team and I am personally grateful as well as excited for the potential we have in each one of us. I trust together we can accomplish these projects. Thank you to those who have already been gathering together resources. We can hopefully complete some of these projects before Cheese Days.
May 18 Toledo Senior Center Nutrition Lunch menu features, um, breakfast! Belgian Waffles with strawberries, scrambled eggs, patty sausage and OJ, May 20 clam chowder with green salad, Mandarin oranges, garlic herb roll and a brownie. Nutrition Lunches Wednesday and Friday are sponsored in part by Area Agency on Aging. Cost is $3 for those 60+ years of age. Reservations required. Contact Diana, firstname.lastname@example.org or call (360)864-2112.
From Toledo First Baptist Church:
We have several opportunities this summer for children in our community.
June 20-24 Vacation Bible School
Time: 9:15 am-12:30
For children 4 years old through 6th grade; Youth; and Adults
This year’s theme, Submerged, will help us to see what’s underneath as we explore the depths of the ocean through Bible study, missions, crafts, music, recreation, and snacks.
July 5-8 High Power Soccer Camp
For children 5 years old through 6th grade
Come develop your soccer skills whether a beginner or intermediate.
July 18-22 Kid’s Camp
For children who have completed 1st through 6th grade
Cost: $170.00 (Register early to reserve your spot)
Located on beautiful Clear Lake up in the Cascade Mountain.
Scholarships are available upon request.
Register online for any or all of these events at our website: toledofirstbaptist.com. Or contact our office at (360)864-2550.
Preview: Tomorrow’s Column - Wait’ll you see this news story from last Friday featuring a local celebrity including a trailer on this Friday’s event. Plus: City Council summary, TES Performing Arts reviews, FCCLA Event insider report, Steamboat Alley Mural Prep Day, Tech Tuesdays, and more.
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