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  • 9th Annual Homeless Veterans Stand Down

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    Attorney Tom Williams of the firm participated in the 9th Annual Homeless Veterans Stand Down at the Harrisburg Military post this past weekend where he volunteered to assist homeless veterans as part of a contingent of volunteer lawyers from the Dauphin County Bar Association.  Stand Down provides services to homeless and at risk veterans.  They offer many services from employment assistance and advocacy, to medical exams and clothing.  

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PLEIN AIR CAMP HILL 2015

Students from 11 area school districts are already working on artworks for the juried student competition of the Fifth Annual Plein Air Camp Hill Arts Festival. Twenty-five will be selected to have their artwork transformed into graphic flags that will be displayed throughout the festival area in Camp Hill, displayed in a finalist art exhibition, and honored at a special awards ceremony.

That’s just part of the fun of this free family festival for people of all ages and skill levels set for Friday, May 29, through Sunday, May 31. Artists and photographers coming from as many as a half dozen states in past years will be competing to be juried into the plein air competition and exhibit, as well as participating in quick draw and photography quick shoot competitions with cash prizes on the main festival day, Saturday, May 30. Festival hours are 9 a.m.-8 p.m.  Students ages 12-18 will compete in the Youth Quick Draw for cash prizes, and those of all ages can participate in the Youth Paint Out with all supplies provided free.

Much of the festival with live music, free workshops, lectures, and food will be centered around Willow Park on 24th Street in Camp Hill. Borough Hall on Walnut Street will serve as this year’s festival headquarters where art and photography juried into the competition will be on display. The Collectors Preview Party and awards reception will be held there on Friday, May 29, 6-8 p.m., the only event of the festival with an admission cost. This offers the first chance for buyers to purchase the art and photography that will be displayed throughout the weekend, including Sunday, May 31, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The festival’s mission is to promote artistic and economic efforts that will preserve and enhance the scenic and historic values associated with Pennsylvania’s Susquehanna River Valley and its core communities, views and vistas by encouraging painting, photography and education related to its most valuable assets.

Ultimately, Camp Hill hopes to create a sustainable event at a national level that attracts artists and tourists from around the country, helping local businesses by showcasing their services and support. For more information about the festival and how you can help with sponsorships and donations of any size, visit www.pleinaircamphill.org.

For more information, go to www.pleinaircamphill.org or call (717) 909-4332.