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FHS artists earn spots in Yeck Scholarship Program

By Brian Cassidy, Staff Writer

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Four art enthusiasts were chosen from Fairmont High School for the Yeck High School Scholarship Program, sponsored by the Dayton Art Institute and the Dorothy and Bill Yeck Education Endowment.

Candy Clark’s art students Morgan Goetz, Sarah McGuire, Amanda Turner and Taylor Rogers are four of 12 students selected from the Dayton area for the program, a record number of Fairmont students chosen in one year. All recipients will have the opportunity to attend eight intensive studio sessions at the Dayton Art Institute during February and March of 2012.

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