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April 10, 2012

Kiwanis Art and Talent winners

MOULTRIE — The Kiwanis Art and Talent Showcase was held on Tuesday, March 27, at the Colquitt County Art Center.

In the talent competition, Clint Carter won first place playing Capriccio on the marimba.

For the art competition, Linda Yang won first place with her piece titled ‘Hmong Lady’ and Lennie Flowers (not pictured) won second place with her piece titled ‘People.’

Carter, Yang and Flowers will travel to Carrolton on April 28 to compete in the Georgia District of Kiwanis Art and Music Showcase.


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