Wylie Rauschenbach proudly displays his contribution to the student art show at The Saluda Center. The center proudly presents the artwork of Saluda School students. The show began with a reception held March 14 and will run until the end of the month.  The center is excited to display the work of these talented young artists. (photo submitted by Bob Bailey)
Wylie Rauschenbach proudly displays his contribution to the student art show at The Saluda Center. The center proudly presents the artwork of Saluda School students. The show began with a reception held March 14 and will run until the end of the month. The center is excited to display the work of these talented young artists. (photo submitted by Bob Bailey)

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Student artists display work

Published 9:44am Tuesday, March 26, 2013

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