DAR honors Fitzpatrick


Til Herring,right, chairwoman, of the Heritage Committee of the Richard Clinton Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, presents Paula Fitzpatrick with a National Recognition Certificate honoring her as Woman of the Arts during a meeting Tuesday. ‘The outstanding quality of Paula’s work is obvious to all who view it whether they are collectors, other artists, exhibitors, her students or the general public,” wrote Nita Aiken in recommending Fitzpatrick for the award. Fitzpatrick has been a professional artist for more than 30 years and has exhibited her work in nearly 20 shows and exhibits. She teaches at both the Sampson County Arts Council and Sampson Community College and is a strong advocate for the arts locally. The DAR members are descendants of patriots who were in the Revolutionary War. For more information, call 910-592-3031.


Til Herring,right, chairwoman, of the Heritage Committee of the Richard Clinton Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, presents Paula Fitzpatrick with a National Recognition Certificate honoring her as Woman of the Arts during a meeting Tuesday. ‘The outstanding quality of Paula’s work is obvious to all who view it whether they are collectors, other artists, exhibitors, her students or the general public,” wrote Nita Aiken in recommending Fitzpatrick for the award. Fitzpatrick has been a professional artist for more than 30 years and has exhibited her work in nearly 20 shows and exhibits. She teaches at both the Sampson County Arts Council and Sampson Community College and is a strong advocate for the arts locally. The DAR members are descendants of patriots who were in the Revolutionary War. For more information, call 910-592-3031.

Til Herring,right, chairwoman, of the Heritage Committee of the Richard Clinton Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, presents Paula Fitzpatrick with a National Recognition Certificate honoring her as Woman of the Arts during a meeting Tuesday. ‘The outstanding quality of Paula’s work is obvious to all who view it whether they are collectors, other artists, exhibitors, her students or the general public,” wrote Nita Aiken in recommending Fitzpatrick for the award. Fitzpatrick has been a professional artist for more than 30 years and has exhibited her work in nearly 20 shows and exhibits. She teaches at both the Sampson County Arts Council and Sampson Community College and is a strong advocate for the arts locally. The DAR members are descendants of patriots who were in the Revolutionary War. For more information, call 910-592-3031.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_fitzpatrick22017523192025453.jpgTil Herring,right, chairwoman, of the Heritage Committee of the Richard Clinton Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, presents Paula Fitzpatrick with a National Recognition Certificate honoring her as Woman of the Arts during a meeting Tuesday. ‘The outstanding quality of Paula’s work is obvious to all who view it whether they are collectors, other artists, exhibitors, her students or the general public,” wrote Nita Aiken in recommending Fitzpatrick for the award. Fitzpatrick has been a professional artist for more than 30 years and has exhibited her work in nearly 20 shows and exhibits. She teaches at both the Sampson County Arts Council and Sampson Community College and is a strong advocate for the arts locally. The DAR members are descendants of patriots who were in the Revolutionary War. For more information, call 910-592-3031.
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