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Walworth
Art show and sale winners
The Western Wayne Art Group celebrated their 39th year with its Annual Art Show and Sale, April 25 – April 28, at Walworth Town Hall. Judging this year's event was Sue Slater, the owner of the Village Frame Shoppe in West Wayne Plaza in Macedon.

Charged with selecting a First Place award in each of seven categories, Ms. Slater awarded blue ribbons to the following works of art: "Red Iris", by Linda Fisher (Marion), Drawing; "I See Blue", by Wendy Ross (Fairport), Photography; "Sunrise, Sunset", by Cheryl Coleman (Rochester), Oils/Acrylics; "Clown Fish Aquarium", by Elaine M. Doe (Marion), Miscellaneous Media; "Three's a Crowd", by Linda Fisher (Marion), 3-Dimensional; "Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum", by Elaine M. Doe (Marion), Wayne County Subject; and “First United Methodist, Palmyra", by Paul Martin (Macedon), Watercolor.

Judge’s Choice awards were given as follows: "Catattitude", by Cheryl Coleman (Rochester), Drawing; "Eagle Eyes", by Wendy Ross (Fairport), Photography; "Legs", by John Domm (Ontario), Photography; "Reigning Cats", by Linda Fisher (Marion), Oils/Acrylics; "What Could it Be?", by Sue Dziedziech (Sodus), Miscellaneous Media; "Naranja Polilla", by Linda Fisher (Marion), Miscellaneous Media; and “Tree", by Brian Lee Petty (Ontario), Watercolor.

Four honorary awards were given by Robert Plant, Walworth Deputy Town Supervisor: “Bee Happy”, by Ann Bavis, Oils/Acrylics; “Sunrise, Sunset”, by Cheryl Coleman Oils/Acrylics; “Dog Duo”, by Cheryl Coleman, Drawing; and "Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum", by Elaine M. Doe, Wayne County Subject.

The results of the popular vote for the top three pieces will be announced and the ribbons presented at the Western Wayne Art Group family picnic in June.

The show and sale concluded with a drawing on Saturday for three original works of art donated by WWAG members. "Fawn in Daisies", a feather painting by Elaine M. Doe went to Carol Ann Fertguson of Ontario. Marcia Wynes of Palmyra took home “Just Ducky”, by Ann Bavis, and Reverand Nathan Krause of Irondequoit received a print by Linda Fisher called “Gribbit”.

Lyons
Dinner and a movie set
A Dinner and a Movie will be Saturday, May 26 at Lyons United Methodist Church.

Bring a dish to pass and your own table service; beverages will be provided. Dinner will be at 5:30 p.m. and the movie, “Courageous”, will follow.

As law enforcement officers, Adam Mitchell, Nathan Hayes and their partners willingly stand up to the worst the world can offer, yet at the end of the day, they face a challenge that none of them are truly prepared to tackle: fatherhood. While they consistently give their best on the job, they quickly discover that their children are beginning to drift further away from them. When tragedy hits home, these men are left with a newfound urgency to renew their faith and reach out to their children. Will they be able to find a way to serve and protect those who are most dear to them?

Lyons
Activities planned at library
Craft Day will be Saturday, May 19 at 10 a.m. All kids up to 6th grade are welcome. Those under 6 years old need an adult with them.

Story Hour will be Thursday, May 24 at 3 p.m. For kids age 3 to 6 years old. Stories and a craft for everyone.

Movie Time will be Thursday, May 31 at 3 p.m. All kids up to 6th grade are welcome. Those under 6 years old need an adult with them. Come enjoy a movie and popcorn.

All these programs are free and there is no pre-registration. They all take place in the Community Room at the Lyons Public Library.

If you have any questions, please  contact the Library at 946-9262.