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Youth painting to benefit Arbor Day Foundation


Twenty-four local youth artists have joined together to complete one collaborative painting, “Springtime at Tyler Park,” which will be sold to the highest bidder as a fundraiser for the Arbor Day Foundation.

The painting is on display for the month of June at Countryside Gallery, located at 2 S. State St., Newtown.

Bidding entry forms for the silent auction of this piece are available at the gallery, or bids can be placed via email at

Bidding ends June 30 and the highest bidder will be contacted shortly after. All proceeds benefits the Arbor Day Foundation.

“Springtime at Tyler Park” was painted by: Amelia Binkley, Mia Brady, Allison Cirillo, Victoria Cirillo, Taylor Dahms, Lily Esposito, Paarth Kunwar, Andrew Loudon, Tim Loudon, Darcy McCullough, Evangeline McGarry, William McNamara, Amelia Mlynarczyk, Ava Peterson, Sarah Porter, Jane Reifsneider, Chris Riether, Elizabeth Rubenstein, Violet Schroeher, Anna Sherwin, Addy Smith, Kate Smith, Ian Stone, and Sean Williams.

Countryside Gallery & Framing is open Sundays and Mondays from 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m., Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10:30 a.m.- 6 p.m., and Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10:30 am-7 p.m. While at the gallery, check out the “Happy Trees” art show and have your photo taken with Bob Ross, courtesy of Advanced Graphics. For information, call 215-968-2246.

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