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“Townsend Through Time,” the inaugural art exhibit in Townsend’s new Meeting Hall has been taken down, and a new display has been installed. A collection of wreaths and sprays with donated decorations have been hung in the Hall by the Art Task Force of the Meeting Hall Committee. They will be sold in a silent auction with proceeds going to the Meeting Hall General Fund. Those wishing to participate in the auction will find a sign-up sheet beside each wreath or spray. Bids can be made in the Hall when the Senior Center and Library are open.

Individuals and groups that decorated items in the display include: The Bronze Bell, Townsend Public Library Endowment, Townsend Recreation Activities Council, Karin Canfield, Nancy French, Susan Bates, Lisa Lewand, Susan Smith, Kim King, Congregational Church, Cobblestone Quilts, and Spaulding PTO.

Prices start at $15, with a $5 increase required. The auction will end at noon on Dec. 19. Winners may collect their decorations at that time.