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Auction of Clyde Jones Painting to Benefit Shriners Hospitals

By Anne Johnson
Posted Monday, January 19, 2004

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Folk artist Clyde Jones has donated one of his original paintings to the Amran Shrine Clowns. The clowns, in cooperation with Captain John's Dockside Fish and Crab House, will hold a silent auction for this painting through March 14. 100% of the proceeds will go directly to the Shriners Hospitals. These hospitals provide free medical care for children with orthopedic problems, severe burns, and spinal cord injuries

The painting is on display at Captain John's (15-501, Cole Park Plaza). Bids will be accepted at the restaurant. The minimum bid is $300. Captain John will announce the winner of this original artwork on March 14.

 
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