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MAC’s First Friday

Kathy Baker, left, and Bettelee Hall point out their favorite details in a Ross Hamilton canvas mounted photograph.   - Photo by Judy Stipe
Kathy Baker, left, and Bettelee Hall point out their favorite details in a Ross Hamilton canvas mounted photograph.
— image credit: Photo by Judy Stipe

Kathy Baker, left, and Bettelee Hall point out their favorite details in a Ross Hamilton canvas mounted photograph.

Baker, Hamilton’s assistant, and Hall, a KSQM volunteer, are both newly trained docents at the Museum & Arts Center in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley’s exhibit center on Cedar Street.

The Olympic Driftwood Sculptors opened their April Show Friday night.

The always popular Hamilton photos and driftwood sculpture attracted more than 200 visitors.

Event organizers say the event set a record for donations at the museum.

The museum and display are open for viewing from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Thursday-Saturday, through April.

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