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A graphic display of talent

Steven C.P. Hart of Hudson has been selected from among 750 applicants nationwide to exhibit his graphics at the 18th annual Images, A Festival of the Arts on March 12-13 in New Smyrna Beach.

This year, 250 artists from 40 states including Hawaii, will exhibit a wide selection of fine paintings, ceramics, photography, jewelry and fiber art.

Hauver makes

the list

NEW PORT RICHEY _ Jill Hauver of New Port Richey has been named to the Wesleyan College Dean's List for the fall semester 1993.

Hauver, a senior, earned a grade point average of 3.5 or higher to be selected for the honor.

Pupil artists

post some wins

HUDSON _ Sue Gleeson, safety and drug chairman of the Ladies Auxiliary of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6180, has announced winners in a Children's Safety Poster Contest.

Pupils at Cypress Elementary School PLACE participated.

Winners in kindergarten and first grade are Jared Valone, Justin Coile and Jillian Vallone. In grades two and three, winners are Jared Velez, Jamie Petrecelli and Richard Raymond. In grades four and five, winners are Scot Siegman, James Vanderveer and Rachel Jacobs.

Patriotic medallions, donated by Prevatt Funeral Home, were presented to the top winners.

Participation awards and coupons donated by McDonald's and Burger King went to Tyler Cribbs, James Stein, Cole Stauffer, John McFeeley, Danny Harrell, Tiffany Gossett, Sarah Brown and Tristan Velez.

Quilters do better than sew-sew

PORT RICHEY _ The winners in a recent quilt show sponsored by the West Pasco Quilters Guild have been named.

The theme was Sew Many Quilts '94 _ Fantasies in Fabrics.

Winners for the best interpretation of the theme were Diane Turscak for "Under the Sea"; Melba Rilott for "Images of Christmas"; and Joan Ziegler for "Winter's Memory."

Viewer's choice winners were Alma Loper, first place for "White on White"; Mildred Dort, second place for "Cameo Rose"; and Turscak, third place for "Cabin in the Willows."

Lucille Lazich, administrative assistant at CARES, and Damian Romano, Alzheimer's disease case manager, accepted a $3,000 check at a recent guild meeting. The money, raised from a quilt sale, will be used for Alzheimer's disease initiative programs.

A $600 check was presented to WUSF-Ch. 16 in support of its quilting programs. The money represents proceeds of the small quilt silent auction, which was conducted at the quilt show.