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Exhibit by Perham painter at library

A new art exhibit is now available for viewing at the Perham Area Public Library. The artwork of local resident Thomas Pettit will be on display in the library's multipurpose room throughout the month of February. Pettit, who works in a variety o...

A new art exhibit is now available for viewing at the Perham Area Public Library.

The artwork of local resident Thomas Pettit will be on display in the library’s multipurpose room throughout the month of February. 

Pettit, who works in a variety of artistic mediums, has selected a collection of colorful paintings as the basis for his most recent exhibit. 

The son of Robert and Helene Pettit, Thomas is a 1975 graduate of Perham High School. 

The exhibit is available for viewing during the library’s open hours and when the room is not occupied with a scheduled meeting. 

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For more information, call the library at 346-4892.

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