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Art show has Christmas theme

PENDLETON — Pendleton Artists Society’s November art show, which will have a “Christmas in Pendleton” theme, began Friday at Gallery 119 in Pendleton.

The show will continue through Dec. 2.

Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays.

For more details, call 765-778-0986 or visit PASgallery119.org.

Art of Fine Dining raffle tickets on sale

PENDLETON — Pendleton Artists Society at Gallery 119 is selling raffle tickets for The Art of Fine Dining.

Raffle tickets cost $10 each or three for $25.

The drawing will take place at the society’s First Friday event at 7 p.m. Dec. 4.

The winner will receive more than $500 worth of gift certificates from the following restaurants: The Bank, Texas Roadhouse, Anita’s Kitchen, Riviera Maya, Ruby Tuesdays, Applebee’s, Hacienda Vieja, Madison’s St8 Street Bistro, Catello’s, Moontown, Wolfe’s and Vera Mae’s.

Raffle tickets may be purchased at the gallery, 119 W. State St., Pendleton, or from PAS members.

Raffle proceeds will help PAS defray losses incurred during the pandemic.

For more details, call 765-778-0986 during business hours, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays.

Town conducts Vision Survey

PENDLETON — The Town of Pendleton is updating its thoroughfare plan and seeks resident input through a survey.

The thoroughfare plan will include an analysis of the town’s transportation system; it will review existing issues, highlight assets and project for future needs.

“Pendleton is taking a data-driven approach to develop an in-depth analysis of the transportation system and impacts of varying future scenarios, such as differing population and employment growth concentrations or a comparison of project proposals,” the town states in its call-out for survey-takers.

“An effective transportation network is vital for the movement of people, goods, and ideas that support the community, and a thoroughfare plan lays the foundation for successful management of the transportation system,” the town release states.

The town wants to hear residents’ thoughts on streets, trails, bike lanes and sidewalks in what it calls “the first opportunity to join our process and help us determine future priorities and opportunities.”

The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete and is available at arcg.is/1P4TGS0.

Museum returns to pandemic mode

ANDERSON — Museum of Madison County History, operated by Madison County Historical Society, has returned to its doors-locked, call-for-a-tour pandemic protocol.

During visits, face masks must be worn, temperatures will be taken, and social distancing and frequent hand sanitizing will be encouraged.

The museum features the exhibit “WW II County Heroes and Home Front” and a new permanent display of “Native Americans of Madison County.”

The museum is located at 15 W. 11th St., Anderson.

For more details, call 765-683-0052.