Photo by Sandy Minor

 

How have Harrison High School’s signing ceremonies for college-bound high school athletes grown in the last five years?

Olivia Smith, 12, of Bright, stands next to her acrylic painting titled “A New Beginning.” Smith’s artwork is hanging at The Coffee Peddlar as part of the Attitude of Gratitude art show, which features artwork by children ages two to 13. The show runs through Dec. 6 and all of the artwork is for sale. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

 

Children in the Harrison community, including some as young as 3, have had the opportunity to participate in an art show at The Coffee Peddlar. 

As part of Attitude of Gratitude, children ages 2 to 13 created pieces depicting things they are thankful for, and now the public has the chance to buy some of this artwork. 

Olivia Smith, 12, of Bright, stands next to her acrylic painting titled “A New Beginning.” Smith’s artwork is hanging at The Coffee Peddlar as part of the Attitude of Gratitude art show, which features artwork by children ages two to 13. The show runs through Dec. 6 and all of the artwork is for sale. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

 

Children in the Harrison community, including some as young as 3, have had the opportunity to participate in an art show at The Coffee Peddlar. 

As part of Attitude of Gratitude, children ages 2 to 13 created pieces depicting things they are thankful for, and now the public has the chance to buy some of this artwork. 

At a standing-room only gathering at The Coffee Peddlar in downtown Harrison, Harrison City Councilmember Cindy Abrams has announced her 2019 candidacy for Harrison mayor.

"As mayor, I will work hard every day to make Harrison the best place to live and grow," said Abrams. 

 

For 18 years, from 1990 to 2008, a total of 9,782 people who lived in a five-mile radius of the former Feed Material Production Center near Fernald underwent medical tests and answered questionnaires as part of a medical surveillance program. 

Hunter Chaney

 

The difference is 52,556 square feet, give or take.

Photo by Sandy Minor
Olivia Smith, 12, of Bright, stands next to her acrylic painting titled “A New Beginning.” Smith’s artwork is hanging at The Coffee Peddlar as part of the Attitude of Gratitude art show, which features artwork by children ages two to 13. The show runs through Dec. 6 and all of the artwork is for sale. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press
Olivia Smith, 12, of Bright, stands next to her acrylic painting titled “A New Beginning.” Smith’s artwork is hanging at The Coffee Peddlar as part of the Attitude of Gratitude art show, which features artwork by children ages two to 13. The show runs through Dec. 6 and all of the artwork is for sale. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press
Hunter Chaney

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Friday, Nov. 23

Music bingo

Music Bingo-Bar Style/Karaoke  8 p.m. until  midnight at American Legion Post 199, located at 10700 Campbell Road, Harrison.

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