U-CF art students get published

A group of 50 Unionville-Chadds Ford School District students can now claim to be published artists. Their artwork has been included in in the book “The Everyday Rules of Spectacular Parents.” The book is published by Capital Reath Associates, whose owner, Randall Stutman, is a friend of U-CF Superintendent John Sanville. Sanville said the rules were ideas Stutman picked up as a consultant for Fortune…

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Lost dog

A 2-year-old German shepherd named Redder is missing from his Chadds Ford home on Webb Road home. Owner Kim Wojciehowski said the dog was last seen about 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 9 in the family’s yard. Redder is microchipped. Anyone who has seen the dog is asked to phone 610-558-1228 or 610-772-4305.

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Art Watch: Artist balances horses and painting

Be prepared for a lucky and fun Friday January 13th at Church Street Gallery with the opening of "The Texture of Serenity.” Once a year, Church Street Gallery changes it up and presents an exhibit of purely abstract art. Portia Mortensen is the abstract painter chosen for 2017. The artist reception is this Friday, January 13th from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Food and refreshments will…

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Rock quits school board, cites lack of diversity

Citing the lack of a diversity plan, among related issues, Unionville-Chadds Ford School Board Director Michael Rock has resigned from the board. Rock’s resignation came during his comments at the beginning of the Jan. 9 work session. “I remain stunned and dumbfounded by our continuing unwillingness to honor the heart-felt requests from several of our minority parents to offer our strongest commitment to support diversity…

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