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The Sleepy Eye Herald Dispatch
  • Art show winners at Festival of Intersts announced

  • The Sleepy Eye Area Historical Society has announced the winners of the art show held in conjunction with the Festival of Interests on Nov. 14 at the Eagles Orchid Inn.
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  • The Sleepy Eye Area Historical Society has announced the winners of the art show held in conjunction with the Festival of Interests on Nov. 14 at the Eagles Orchid Inn.
    Grace Galvin won first place with her watercolor, "Lena." Dr. Carroll Galvin was one of several talented artists who performed at the vendor show.
    The floral watercolor, "Season Between Winter and Spring," done by Florence Apple placed second and Peggy Tauer's pastel "Sunset Flowers," garnered third place.
    The festival also boasted a wide variety of vendor booths drawing a crowd of nearly 200 people.
    The door prize was won by Joyce Neid and included several items from the Sleepy Eye Area Historical Society's Depot Museum valued at $50.
    This event was made possible in part by a grant from Prairie Lake Regional Art Council with funds appropriated by the Minnesota Legislature.

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