2010-04-15 / Local & State

Completes Senior Project


Madison Romig completed her graduation project on March 21. She chose to do an art show that she entitled “Art for the Invisible.” She showcased 35 pieces of her original artwork in watercolors, colored pencil and oils. Through the sale of her art, Madison was able to raise $1,110 for Invisible Children, an organization dedicated to bringing help and awareness to the displaced people and child soldiers of Uganda through scholarships, mentoring and work programs. Her art was on display at Community State Bank’s community room. Madison Romig completed her graduation project on March 21. She chose to do an art show that she entitled “Art for the Invisible.” She showcased 35 pieces of her original artwork in watercolors, colored pencil and oils. Through the sale of her art, Madison was able to raise $1,110 for Invisible Children, an organization dedicated to bringing help and awareness to the displaced people and child soldiers of Uganda through scholarships, mentoring and work programs. Her art was on display at Community State Bank’s community room.

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