Individuals for the Arts Celebrates Nationwide County Authorities Month


Every April, Nationwide County Authorities Month, celebrates the work of county authorities staff in communities throughout the nation.

Since 1991, the Nationwide Affiliation of Counties (NACo) has inspired their members to advertise county companies and packages to residents and use this month to teach and join with their communities.

This yr’s theme, “Counties RISE!,” stands for Resiliency, Inclusion, Solvency, and Empowerment. And the exclamation level captures the passion and fervour for native county tales. From occasions to social media to proclamations, get to know extra about your native county this month!

Simply one of many many choices of NACo is the “I Love My County Because” wall calendar, composed of paintings from college students in grade Okay-12. Individuals for the Arts is thrilled to sponsor this calendar for the second yr in a row. Every county official obtained a calendar, so should you’re visiting your county places of work, search for it! 


Row1 (middle): Cowl paintings by Alayna Garst, tenth grade, Williamstown Excessive College, Wooden County, West Virginia

Row 2 (left to proper): January paintings by Mira Panchuk, first grade, Southwest Calloway Elementary College, Calloway County, Kentucky. February paintings by Kason Moore, third grade, Chicod College, Pitt County, North Carolina. March paintings by Joshua Centner, second grade, West Avenue Elementary College, Niagara County, New York.

Row 3 (left to proper): April paintings by Ava Jensen, eleventh grade, Gatlinburg-Pittman Excessive College, Sevier County, Tennessee. Could paintings by Emily Clark, sixth grade, Brentwood Academy, Johnson County, Kansas. June paintings by Lily Rayhart, fourth grade, Windsor Farm Elementary College, Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

Row 4 (left to proper): July paintings by Ciel Williams, fifth grade, Chicod College, Pitt County, North Carolina. August paintings by Sadey Bowen, eleventh grade, Harrisburg Excessive College, Poinsett County, Arkansas. September paintings by Kesley Robbins, fifth grade, Mountainburg Center College, Crawford County, Arkansas.

Row 5 (left to proper): October paintings by Kat Brickle, twelfth grade, Gatlinburg-Pittman Excessive College, Sevier County, Tennessee. November paintings by Kennedy Kirkland, seventh grade, home-schooled, Johnson County, Kansas. December paintings by Emma Boyd, fourth grade, Chicod College, Pitt County, North Carolina.


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