Hal Davis, standing, a co-owner of Paint Lick Community Arts Center, helped Helen Starnes, 86, during a painting class Monday. Starnes, the oldest student in the class, came with daughter Brunette Arnold, left. Home-school student Joey Roush, 14, right, was the youngest in the group.
Hal Davis, standing, a co-owner of Paint Lick Community Arts Center, helped Helen Starnes, 86, during a painting class Monday. Starnes, the oldest student in the class, came with daughter Brunette Arnold, left. Home-school student Joey Roush, 14, right, was the youngest in the group. Herald-Leader
Hal Davis, standing, a co-owner of Paint Lick Community Arts Center, helped Helen Starnes, 86, during a painting class Monday. Starnes, the oldest student in the class, came with daughter Brunette Arnold, left. Home-school student Joey Roush, 14, right, was the youngest in the group. Herald-Leader

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