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MPFAA board

The Middle Peninsula Fine Arts Association continues its lecture series Nov. 17 with a talk by Celeste Fetta on style early in the 20th century. The association’s programs are held at Arts on Main in Gloucester. MPFAA is a statewide partner with the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond. Its mission statement includes “for the enrichment of the cultural life of the community as an affiliate of the Virginia Museum. The executive board of the association includes, seated, vice president and program chair Tish Grant, and, standing from left, immediate past president Ronda Bowden; secretary Bill Andersen; director Will Grant; treasurer Mike Ivey, and president Bill Fulton.

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