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Cusseta showcases local artists

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From the March 24, 2021 issue of The Journal
By Richard Harris
   Cusseta-Chattahoochee County put local artists on display in the Old City Hall building on Broad Street last Friday, March 19 when they held a special reception/opening of the future Cusseta Welcome Center.
   The building was full of artwork produced by local residents, thanks in part to a $2,500 Vibrant Communities Grant from the Georgia Council for the Arts, which helped get the historic old building ready to house the original works. Local sales tax funds were also used to renovate the building.
   Many of the artists were there to welcome visitors and talk to them about their artwork. Among them was the tremendously talented Sandy Sherman, who had a spectacular woodcarving "Where the Grickle Grass Grows", as ...
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