Arts council announces winning student entries in ...
by Bill Baldowski
09:53 AM, Wednesday, November 26
The Douglasville-Douglas County Cultural Arts Council has selected this year’s winning entries for its public school student holiday card exhibit. However, it was not an easy choice, said arts council Executive Director Davina Grace Hill. “The sel...

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