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A banking professional from Ohio has showcased her creativity in the annual Not So Bad Art by Good People contest, hosted by the Logan County Art League. Bethany Watts’ photography entry, entitled “Blossoms in Wylla’s Garden,” features flowers from a congratulatory arrangement she received after winning the Young Professional of the Year Award from the Logan County Chamber of Commerce. The art pieces are currently on display at Citizens Federal Savings & Loan for public voting.

Bethany Watts, a banking professional and Logan County Development Officer at Richwood Bank in Ohio, has entered her photography piece, “Blossoms in Wylla’s Garden,” in the Logan County Art League’s seventh annual Not So Bad Art by Good People contest. The piece features flowers from an arrangement she received as a gift after winning the Young Professional of the Year Award from the Logan County Chamber of Commerce. The entries are currently on display at Citizens Federal Savings & Loan for public voting, with the winner to be announced at a celebratory event and dinner on January 26th. The auction proceeds will support the activities of the Logan County Art League.

Watts’ photography skills were honed during her time at A Moment In Time Studio in Grove City, where she worked prior to joining Richwood Bank. She explained that it was fulfilling to try her hand at photography again after many years and expressed her gratitude to those who helped her in the process. Watts also highlighted her enjoyment of her role at Richwood Bank, where she has been a development officer for nearly nine years. She stated that her position allows her to collaborate with customers, assist them with their banking and business needs, and support and develop her team.

The Not So Bad Art by Good People contest is an annual event held by the Logan County Art League. It aims to showcase the talents of local artists and raise funds to support the league’s activities. The art pieces will be auctioned off following the celebratory event and dinner on January 26th.

Website: Logan County Art League

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