Newton Presbyterian Manor’s Art is Ageless People’s Choice Award announced

“Poppy Happy,” a painting by Marilyn Hope Lake of Hutchinson.

“Poppy Happy,” a painting by Marilyn Hope Lake of Hutchinson.

The People’s Choice Award resulted in a tie at the 2015 Art is Ageless competition at Newton Presbyterian Manor.

“Poppy Happy,” a painting by Marilyn Hope Lake of Hutchinson, and “4-Wheel Articulated Tractor,” a handmade wooden tractor by Verne Goering of Moundridge, both received the same number of votes. Both will be eligible for the masterpiece level competition against winners from 17 other Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America campuses.

“4-Wheel Articulated Tractor,” a handmade wooden tractor by Verne Goering of Moundridge.

“4-Wheel Articulated Tractor,” a handmade wooden tractor by Verne Goering of Moundridge.

“Twenty-five of the 80 entries received votes for People’s Choice, demonstrating the diversity of our visitor’s interests and the popularity of this special exhibit,” said Marketing Director Noelle Dickinson.

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