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4-H Club News Arrows & Clays
Maile Work Selected For State Art Exhibit

4-H Club News Arrows & Clays

The Arrows & Clays 4-H Shooting Sports Club recently held their re-organizational meeting at Rip’s Garage in Birchardville. The officers were elected: President, Rip Van Winkle; Vice President, Matt Forba; Secretary, Allison Kiefer; Treasurer, Kenny Kiefer; News Reporter, Callie Curley.

The club has begun their shotgun and archery meetings. Hoagies orders are due. Club members are reminded to bring their protective gear and “no book, no shoot.”

News Reporter: Callie Curley

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We met for a brief reorganizational meeting to begin the year of 4-H for our club.

We decided to keep the same officers.

Our club will be planting flowers on the veterans’ graves at the Maple Wood Cemetery outside of Kingsley. We will also be pulling weeds and maintaining the memorial garden at the First Congregational Church. This is a thank you to them for allowing us to have our meetings at the church hall.

Christina will be doing our club project of first aid.

News Reporter: Alyssa Clarkson

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Maile Work Selected For State Art Exhibit

Susquehanna County resident Bill Maile, Jr. has been notified that his photo image entitled, “The Tree of Light” has been accepted for exhibition in Art of the State: Pennsylvania 2007 at The State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg, June 9 through September 9, 2007.

Sponsored by the Greater Harrisburg Arts Council, out of more than 1,700 works of art submitted by over 640 artists, Maile’s was one of only 150 pieces accepted for exhibition into this highly competitive, judged show. The unique image was taken near Elk Mountain and captures the combination of a single tree and aging barn silhouetted by first light climbing over a hilltop at sunrise.

An advertising copywriter for more than 20 years, Maile is now also focusing on pursing nature photography throughout the local area. Art of the State is his first attempt at entering a juried exhibition. His father, Bill Maile, Sr. is known throughout the area for his photographic work over the past 30 years.

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