The Tri-County Board of Recovery and Mental Health Services is seeking entries from local artists for its annual Art of Recovery showcase to be presented in conjunction with the board’s annual meeting Oct. 15 at Edison Community College in Piqua.
Artists who have been affected personally, through a family member or friend, or anyone whose art reflects recovery from mental illness or addiction are invited to participate. For display consideration, artwork and an accompanying art submission form must be received by the Tri-County Board no later than Oct. 8. The form and additional details are available at the Tri-County Board’s website, tcbmds.org/art. NANCY BOWMAN, CONTRIBUTING WRITER
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