CONCORD — Senate President Chuck Morse, R-Salem, is applauding Senate passage of two state constitutional amendments.
CACR 17 would bar discrimination based on sexual orientation, CACR 19 would protect taxpayers and the state budget from improper use of dedicated funds.
“The Senate is doing its part to allow the state’s voters to have their say on these two measures this fall,” Morse said.
Sanborn highlights fine arts students
KINGSTON — On Thursday, Sanborn Regional High School will host its second annual Fine Arts Night, showcasing the artistic accomplishments of many district students in the high school atrium.
Visual arts and quilting students are developing skills and learning new art-making techniques for the show.
Drawing, painting, photography, clay, and other mixed media will be on display and a variety of music will be shared throughout the evening.
Music students have been performing concerts in school and in the community to prepare. The evening will begin at 6 p.m. with an art exhibition featuring student creations from each of the visual arts classes, and continues at 7 p.m. with music composed by some of Sanborn’s finest talents.
Guests will enjoy beverages and snacks. Communities of student, parent and teacher volunteers are collaborating to transform the high school atrium into an elegant gallery cafe.
This event is open to the public.