Club completes banners

Members of the Kettle River Art CLub in Greenwood took on the task of repainting the streets cape banners that now grace Copper Street.

Jean Turlock (left)

Jean Turlock (left)

Thanks to the efforts of the Kettle River Art Club Greenwood’s main street is looking brighter this season. The group finished renewing the banners in time for the summer dress-up of city street display.

“A big thank you to the City for the wonderful luncheon at the Bored Room Bistro in Midway last week,” said club president Jean Turlock.

They repainted eleven banners – with an image on each side – 22 pictures in all.  The colourful banners tell stories in pictures of the history and architecture of the City.

The Kettle River Art Club has 24 members and meets from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. They are now working toward their annual Art Show which takes place at the end of May. President Jean Turlock  invites all local artists and crafters to contact her about display space at their annual show.