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Clay Center: Labor of love

Aspen Times writer

Dear Editor:

Since this is the week of the Carbondale Clay Center’s annual shindig, I would like to say a few words about that fine nonprofit organization.

All you have to do is take a look around this valley to see the many things the Clay Center has brought us – public art, classes for all ages, renowned instructors. It’s a school, a getaway, a place where people can create art, a studio, a gallery and more.

Basically, the Clay Center is a labor of love, created by and for people who recognize the importance of art in our lives.

Putting on its exhibits and benefits takes the work of many dedicated volunteers, who do it for the love of this fine local institution. Cajun Clay Night is one of the times the whole valley comes together to greet old friends and make new ones, and to show their support for art in this valley.

I hope to see you there! We need your support.

Sandie Gardner

Carbondale


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