Bluestone carving raffle to support library
July 28, 2011 —
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — Livingston Manor artist Dick Kelly has created a stone relief carving to be raffled off for the benefit of the Livingston Manor Library. The native bluestone carving of a great blue heron standing in a pond, near a frog on a lily pad, is 48 inches by 18 inches by 2 inches, and will be engraved to the specifications of the raffle winner. The stone can serve as a bench top, a coffee table top or stood upright to adorn a house entryway or garden.
The carving can be seen at the Livingston Manor Library, 92 Main Street, or viewed online at www.rcls/liv. Tickets are available for $10 each at the library or from a library board member. The drawing will be held at the DeBruce Labor Day Parade on Monday, September 5. Call 845/439-5440.