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Marjorie Stewart, left, and Jonathan Minton, a professor in the Department of Language and Literature at Glenville State College, browse the entrances to the Trillium Art Show during the 2021 show. The 2022 show will run Feb. 1-11 with a reception of open at 4 p.m. on Friday. (Photo provided)

Trillium Art Show until February 11 at Glenville State College

GLENVILLE – The fifth annual Trillium Art Exhibition will be held today through February 11 at the Fine Arts Center Gallery at Glenville State College.

Sponsored by the Department of Language and Literature and the Department of Fine Arts, the exhibition will feature artwork from contributors to the upcoming 2022 issue of the “Trillion” by college teachers and students

An opening reception will be held Friday at 4:00 p.m. The exhibition and the opening are free and open to the public.

The exhibition will be curated by Zoe Yates, editor-in-chief of “Trillium”.

The printed number of “Trillion” will be available in April.

The Center des Beaux-Arts Gallery is open from 10 p.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday and one hour before all GSC musical performances at the Center des Beaux-Arts.

For more information, contact Jonathan Minton, “Trillion” Faculty Advisor at [email protected] or Yates at [email protected]

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Deadline Approaching for Foundation Civic Leader Fellowship Program

PARKERSBURG – The deadline to apply for the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation and Regional Affiliates Civic Leader Fellowship Program is February 15.

The program was created to improve the region’s students’ access to employment and to develop civic leadership capacity. Students complete a paid career-related internship from Tuesday to Friday for seven weeks. On Mondays, students come together for a program of personal, professional and civic development.

For the program, a student must:

*Reside in Calhoun, Doddridge, Gilmer, Jackson, Mason, Pleasants, Ritchie, Roane, Wirt, Wood, or Washington counties.

* Complete at least the first semester of the first year at an accredited institution of higher education, including professional studies up to graduate student training.

* Commit to full-time employment for the duration of the program during the fellowship period in a position close to home and interact positively with others in the assigned workplace.

* Have a long-term personal goal of returning to the Central Ohio Valley upon graduation.

Local businesses, nonprofits, and government entities interested in hosting a student can go to the foundation’s website and complete an application by March 15. It is free to host a student other than supervision and to provide a meaningful experience for the student.

For more information, go to www.pacfwv.com/clfp or call the foundation at 304-428-4438.




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