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Fine Arts Festival benefits good causes
Shown are art pieces created at Monroe High Schools Fine Arts Festival in April. The pieces were sold at the Spring Art Show, held as part of the festival, with proceeds going to the Green County Humane Society. (Photo supplied)
MONROE - At the Monroe High School Fine Arts Festival April 25 and 26, a biannual event, 38 artists participated in hands-on activities, lectures, and performances presented by master artists, craftsman, musicians, poets, storytellers and authors. Events were those not offered in the high school's regular curriculum. Festival chairmen Kathy King and Gail Eiserman found financial support outside of the school budget for the festival.