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Center: Mark Hawkins and a representative from Franklin County Children's Services flanked by Jackson Township firefighters.

Paintings for the Public, Animals for the Kids

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Mark Hawkins, owner of Sand Hill Wholesale & Mfg., recently granted the public display of 16 paintings from Sand Hill’s private art collection that spans nearly 30 years. The paintings will be on display September 24 through Oct. 21, 2016, at City Hall in Grove City, Ohio.

Sand Hill commissioned all of the paintings for use on their catalog covers, which are well known within our industry.

An unveiling reception was held on Sept. 24, 2016. During the reception, Mark generously donated over 330 stuffed animals to the Jackson Township Fire Department and Franklin County Children Services to be given to children in a time of need.

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