The top 25 participants in the Pickaway County Park District Photo Contest are now on display at the ArtsaRound Gallery.
Their work to be displayed at ArtsaRound’s Gallery on the Original Circle for a month-long gallery exhibit and sale between April 30th through May 23rd.
ArtsaRound is inviting visitors to view the art and vote on the Peoples Choice Award at a coast of $1 a vote to benefit ArtsaRound and its on-going projects. First, second and third place in each category, as well as the People’s Choice award will be announced and awarded prizes at a gallery reception for all participants from 2pm to 4pm on Sunday, May 23rd at the ArtsaRound Gallery, located at 135 W. Main Street in Downtown Circleville.
All winning photographs will then be placed on display at various downtown businesses for the month of June. For more information visit the Pickaway County Park District website at www.pickawaycountyparks.org or visit PickawayArtsaRound on facebook.
(COLUMBUS) – A special hunt at Pike State Forest gave hunters with disabilities the chance to enjoy the outdoors while hunting for wild turkey in early April. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Forestry hosted similar hunts in Pike and Muskingum counties.
“We are fortunate to be able to share these hunting opportunities with a great group of hunters and the many partners who make this weekend special for us all,” said Dave Lane, Assistant Chief of the Ohio Division of Forestry. “Just being outdoors enjoying the forest was rewarding, regardless of the number of turkeys taken.”
Hunters at both events provided their own shotguns and ammunition, as well as the necessary licenses and permits. A guide was provided for each hunter. The participants were from various parts of Ohio, with several being disabled veterans. COVID safety plans were developed and followed throughout the hunts.