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Betty Little finishes North Creek Mosaic Project panel

From left, Ann Hall, Sen. Betty Little, and Kate Hartley point to the final piece of the North Creek Mosaic Project’s first panel on Sunday, Sept. 29. Little won the chance to place the last piece during a special party.

From left, Ann Hall, Sen. Betty Little, and Kate Hartley point to the final piece of the North Creek Mosaic Project’s first panel on Sunday, Sept. 29. Little won the chance to place the last piece during a special party. Phil Sherotov

— “I hope that everyone who didn’t come forward will contribute to the project and join us in front of the mural next year,” Hartley said.

She also announced that Johnsburg Fine Arts is offering free art classes for adults in Wevertown on Tuesdays from 9:30 a.m. to noon. In addition, Hartley will be offering a mosaics class at the Tannery Pond Community Center beginning Oct. 8 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. There will be a $25 fee (which will include the cost of the materials which will be provided).

There are several sections of blank retaining wall left which Hartley and her volunteers will be turning their attention to next.

An outline sketch and even a few pieces of brightly colored mosaic tile can already be seen on the section of wall to the left of the mural.

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