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KALEIDOSCOPE AWARDS        2017    2016     2015    2014     2013     2012     2011         award candidate instructions

2017 KALEIDOSCOPE AWARDS
Elizabethtown Area High Schoool
Graduating Seniors


AMY VANDERMEY
Ned O. Wert Award for Visual Arts

JESSICA BARRACLOUGH
Betty G. Long Award for Music


REBECCA BESTWICK
Louise B. Black Award for Literary Arts


above, from left to right: Jesscia Barraclough, Emily VanderMey, and Rebecca Bestwick

TENTH ANNUAL KALEIDOSCOPE AWARDS FOR FINE ARTS

Kaleidoscope, a Celebration of the Arts in Elizabethtown, was held in 1998 for the benefit of the Elizabethtown Public Library and featured music, visual and literary arts. The Kaleidoscope Awards are presented to provide recognition for the recipients, the teachers, parents, and librarians who support the arts in the Elizabethtown community.

Lynden Gallery, alongside the families for which the awards are named, take pride in celebrating the work of these accomplished graduates.  It is our hope in the future to raise an endowment toward a scholarship fund to support the students’ post-graduate studies in the arts.

The LOUISE BAUGHER BLACK Kaleidoscope Award for Literary Arts recipient
REBECCA BESTWICK is the daughter of Denise and William Bestwick.  Her future plans are to “major in marketing and humanities at Penn State, Harrisburg, then move to Seattle and save all of the cats.”  Rebecca draws a majority of her inspiration from nature and always takes a journal with her while hiking.  A native of Elizabethtown, Louise Baugher Black (1925-2014) drove her students to success with her wise words and endless encouragement in the classroom.  She said, “if you can write well, you can open any doors for yourself.”

The BETTY G. LONG Kaleidoscope Award for Music recipient JESSICA BARRACLOUGH is the daughter of Michelle and Steven Barraclough.  Jessica plans to attend George Mason University to attain a BFA in theater with a concentration in musical theater.  Her goal is to become a working actress.  Betty G. Long retired from Elizabethtown College in 2011 after receiving an Honorary Doctor of Human Letters.  She is recognized for her constant enthusiasm for the arts and mentoring of young women. 

The NED O. WERT Kaleidoscope Award of Visual Arts recipient EMILY VANDERMEY is the daughter of Stephanie and Jim VanderMey.  She will be attending Point Park University for her bachelor’s degree in multimedia.  “This major will allow me to utilize my skills as an artist while still becoming marketable.” No matter where her career takes her, she fully intends to continue work as an Artist.  Ned O. Wert taught at Elizabethtown Area High School from 1967-1972.  Represented by the Lynden Gallery since 2000, he has established a foundation of loyal collectors, many of which are his past students.

The Kaleidoscope Award recipients will be recognized at Elizabethtown Area High School’s Senior Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, May 24th.  The Lynden Gallery is closing after 17 years in Downtown Elizabethtown, but the Kaleidoscope Awards will continue to be presented.  For more information on how to support the Awards, please visit http://www.lyndengallery.com/kaleidoscope%20candidate%20instructions.html.

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