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National 2016 Celebrates

County’s Artistic Talent

caa -- the Nationalcaa -- delaney lookadooCooperstown Art Association Executive Director Janet Erway, in top photo, presents a juror citation to artist Paul Marcellino of Worcester, for “Lesley,” at this evening’s opening reception of the CAA’s juried art show, National 2016, at its 22 Main St. galleries.  Charles Kiefer is at the mike, announcing the prize winners.  At left in top photo, young Valerie Antanavige takes in the scene, escorted by her grandmother, Judith Ellers, who summers in Westford.  In photo at right, while her parents take in the show, Delaney Lookadoo’s grandmother Maureen Heroux, Cooperstown, and great-grandmother, Pat Maney, visiting from Cleveland, Ohio, are visibly delighted to tend the 3-month-old.  (Jim Kevlin/



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