Paul Conlan signed photo for auction

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A limited edition print of 'Go Cougars!' by the late photographer Paul Conlan will be auctioned at the closing reception of the Simple Pleasures Photography Competition at the Centre on Tuesday.

A limited edition print of “Go Cougars!” by the late Paul Conlan will be auctioned off at the closing reception of the Simple Pleasures Photography Competition at the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts of Coweta County on Tuesday, Oct. 29 from 7 to 9 p.m.

The photo is one that was signed by the award winning Conlan before his death. It was framed by Fine Lines Arts & Framing.

All proceeds from the sale of the signed print benefit the Paul Conlan Memorial Scholarship Fund for Coweta County students. The fund is administered by the Coweta Community Foundation.

For more information, see the scholarship tab at www.simplepleasures.com .



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