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Photography exhibit showcasing KY weather to premier at SCC

By Allison Horseman & Cindy Clouse

SOMERSET, KY - The unique climate of the Commonwealth of Kentucky will be the focus of an exhibit by Somerset Community College's Fruit of the Lens photography club.

"Kentucky Weather: Like It Or Not!" will be shown Wednesday, March 15, 2017 on the big screen in the college's Harold Rogers Student Commons Citizens National Bank Community Room, located on the SCC Somerset North Campus, 808 Monticello Street (campus, not venue) Somerset, KY. The free exhibit will run 10am-12pmNoonCT/11am-1pmET and is open to the public.


Images in the show, which will be provided by club members, will feature the ever-changing conditions of weather in our state.

To join the club and be eligible to take part in the exhibit, send a request for membership to Cindy Burton at cindy.burton@kctcs.edu and indicate interest in the upcoming exhibit. Membership is free. The deadline to submit entries is March 8, 2017

The goal of the Fruit of the Lens photography club is to provide a setting where SCC students, staff and faculty can come together with the community to share digital images and discuss photography.


This story was posted on 2017-02-22 12:28:48
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