2018-01-10 / Front Page

‘CLAYING’ FOR A CURE



Jane Wilkinson and June Parsons “clay” for a cure at KC’s Kreativity Center Wednesday, Jan. 3. The duo was among a dozen artists who helped design 150 ceramic trivets for the Sugarloaf Charity Summit, which will be held Saturday, Jan. 27. The trivets will be on display — and available to purchase — at the Charity Ball with all proceeds going to the cause. Karen Campbell, owner of KC’s Kreativity Center, said she has organized the creative effort for the past 10 years or so. Open Pottery Studio at the center is held Tuesdays 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Wednesdays 10 a.m. to noon. No experience is necessary and, as Campbell says, all are welcome to “Come clay with us.” The studio is located at 1040 Huse Mill Road in Carrabassett Valley. For more information, find KC’s Kreativity Center on Facebook or visit kcskreativitycenter.com. (Dee Menear photo) Jane Wilkinson and June Parsons “clay” for a cure at KC’s Kreativity Center Wednesday, Jan. 3. The duo was among a dozen artists who helped design 150 ceramic trivets for the Sugarloaf Charity Summit, which will be held Saturday, Jan. 27. The trivets will be on display — and available to purchase — at the Charity Ball with all proceeds going to the cause. Karen Campbell, owner of KC’s Kreativity Center, said she has organized the creative effort for the past 10 years or so. Open Pottery Studio at the center is held Tuesdays 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Wednesdays 10 a.m. to noon. No experience is necessary and, as Campbell says, all are welcome to “Come clay with us.” The studio is located at 1040 Huse Mill Road in Carrabassett Valley. For more information, find KC’s Kreativity Center on Facebook or visit kcskreativitycenter.com. (Dee Menear photo)

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