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The Adams County Record Fine Art Sll,ow The 2012 Fine Art and Photography Show sponsored by the Hell&apos;s Canyon Art Guild was the best yet! Our local artists and photographers along with entrants from Emmett and Boise exhibited works that showcased outstanding talents. A great variety of artistic media were displayed, including oil, acrylic and watercolor paintings, pencil and colored pencil drawings, photographs, and wood and antler sculptures. Except for a few wind gusts on Saturday, the beautiffil weekend weather brought over 250 folks to the show! Seventy-eight entries were received this year from both amateurs and professionals. Entries were judged in the categories of photography, 3-dimensional, painting, and drawing. Ribbons and prize money were given to the top three pieces in each category, as well as for "Best of Show" and "People's Choice". The "Best of Theme" ribbon was awarded to the work of art or photography that best depicted the theme, "Yesterday and Today in Hells Canyon Country". Winners in the following categories were: Professional Photography: Larry Rose first, second and third places. Amateur Photography: David Wert first place; Molly Gesenhues second place; Susan Sorenson third place. Honorable Mentions went to Mike Larkin, Rebecca Lacey, Anna Owsiak, Mari Sorenson, Alvin Yantis, Susan Sorenson, Jake Thacher and Piper Waiters. Amateur Drawing: Anna Owsiak first and second places; Kathryn Wert third place. Amateur Painting: Nina Hawkins first place; Betty Ward second place; ]oyce Close third place. Honorable Mentions went to Kathryn Wert, Debbie Warren, Joyce Close, and Gail Massey. Professional Painting: Tom Cunningham first and second places; Kaye York third place. Amateur 3-Dimensional: Craig Green first place. Professional 3-Dimensional: Larry Russell first and third places; Virgil Butler second place. Best of Show was awarded to Cambridge's own ./<aye York, for her painting titled "Dwarf Huckleberry" It is beautiful river scene with splashes Wednesday, June 6, 2012 of autumn red huckleberry leaves. Best of Theme was also awarded to Kaye York for her painting tiffed "Frosty Morning at Warner's" depicting a winter scene of the Warner place in Bear, Idaho. People's Choice was awarded to Jake Thacher for his darling photo tiffed "Got Ya Mom" showing a young paint foal who had just grabbed a mouthful of his mother's tail. Congratulations to all the winners and to all the exhibitors who made this show so successful! This year's judge was Gloria Dawson-Teats of White Bird, who is known for her landscape paintings, many showing the mountains and canyons of the Snake and Salmon Rivers. Gloria really enjoyed the opportunity to judge the show and complimented the exhibitors on the outstanding quality of the exhibited pieces. "This is a very nice show!" She also enjoyed seeing the works of the artists from this area and the subject matter they portrayed. The Hell's Canyon Art Guild would like to extend its deepest appreciation to the Cambridge Library for again hosting the show and to all the participating artists who made this year's show so outstanding! Just a reminder to all of our artists to keep those pencils, paintbrushes and lenses sharp and at the ready for the 2013 show! Page 3 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT Jed and Cathy Lakey of Council are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Hannah Marie Lakey, to Samuel Arthur McConnell, son of Bryan McConnell of Council and Pam McConnell of McCall. Hannah graduated from Council High School in 2007, attended the University of Idaho, where she earned a BA in Television and Mass Media Production, and recently completed certification as an elementary school teacher. Sam is a 2006 graduate of Council High School, after which he attended Wyoming Technical Institute and completed courses in Collision and Refinishing, and Street Rod and Custom Fabrication. Currently Sam owns McConnell Construction Incorporated, based in Council, and Hannah is employed at Lakey's Caf& A July wedding is planned and the couple will make their home in Council. Thank you from the class of 2012 The Council High School Community Church, The Red Apple Marketplace, graduation class of 2012 X Club, Skip Burnett, Reel Theatres, Sunset Lanes, would like to say Thank Cambridge Lumber Co., True Value Hardware, You to the people and Roxanna Allen, Hunter Bucky's Car6, Maurices, businesses listedbelow. Home Construction, Mr. Jerry's Auto Parts, The Please accept our sincere & Mrs. Mark Mahon, Hair Den, Mahon Logging, thanks for the monetary Beta Sigma Phi, The Starlite Motel, Cenex, donations, for the gift cards Outdoorsman, Roaring Staples, Wingers, Council and gift baskets. Many Springs, Sherry Ward, Food & Fuel, Council Floral thanks to the local churches Mrs. Heather Lawrence, & Garden, Council Church for supporting our class The Lions Club, Caldwell of the Nazarene. with prayer and Bibles. Orthodontics, Boise From the class of 2012: And last, but certainly not State University, Bi-Mart, Jeb Balderson, Jamie least, thank you Evelyn for Amerititle, Lyle Sail, Mr. Berks, Stephanie Cook, sharing your pool with us. & Mrs. Bert Abshire, Lauren DeHaas, Shelby Thank you all for giving us Assembly of God Church, Gibson, Mikala Harris, Kim a lasting memory of your State Farm Insurance, Herinckx, Levi Maynard, kindness andgenerosity. Ronnie's Market, Adams Tim Menter, Lucas Pate, Forest Service (Council County Real Estate, Council Hank Shepard, Dallas Dist.), One Eye Jacks, Sam's Valley Market, Heartland Smith, Kevin Ward, CJ TV & Electric, Adams Animal Hospital, State Zielinski and Waylon County Health Center, Farm Insurance, Walmart, Zielinski. 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