Arts expanding in Winston County schools

Involved in the recent grant announcements, from left, State Representative Tim Wadsworth, Meek High School Principal Marla Murrah, Pottery Workshop teacher Sandra Heaven, Addison Art Teacher Shirley Sudduth, Blythe and Larry Welton, educational directors for the Winston County Arts Council and Arts Council President J.D. Snoddy.

DOUBLE SPRINGS - The goal of expanding art programs throughout all of the schools in Winston County has received a major boost with the announcement of two grants.
The Winston County Arts Council announced the grants at a special program attended by educators, as well as local and state officials at Lakeshore Restaurant in Double Springs.
The Alabama Bicentennial Commission has awarded $5,000 to the arts council for a bicentennial ornament project as part of landmark events celebrating the state’s 200th birthday through 2019.



See the complete story in the July 11, edition of The Northwest Alabamian.
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