Aug. 29 — COLOMBIA — The photographs of Columbia resident Russ Haddad will be on display at the Beckish Senior Center until August 31.

Haddad’s work will be on display during the Beckish Senior Center’s hours of operation, which are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The display features photographs of several different Columbia flowers. Sunset photographs also feature prominently in the display.

Framed photographs on display are available for purchase by contacting Haddad at russ. [email protected] com. Haddad’s career as a photographer spans many years, during which he has witnessed many technological changes in the field of photography. Despite the changes in technology, Haddad still derives great joy from photography.

“Regardless of changes in technology and equipment, it continues to be an ongoing quest for artistic expression through photography,” Haddad said. “It’s a process in which I see no end of pleasure in sharing my work with others.”

Florence Polek, dispatcher/program assistant at the Beckish Senior Center, said people enjoyed Haddad’s photography exhibit.

“It was well received,” she said. “They like his art.”

Throughout September, the Beckish Senior Center will be exhibiting the work of Pat Morris, an artist from Willington.

Morris’ work features paintings of animals. Many of his works depict wild animals such as deer, moose and foxes.

From October through New Years, the Beckish Senior Center will display the abstract work of Columbia resident Robert Oxenhorn.

Morris and Oxenhorn’s work will be available during the senior center’s hours of operation, which are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

In addition to the artwork, Polek said the Beckish Senior Center plans to hold musical and theatrical performances. Events like these would attract people to

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