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Martinsburg VA Medical Center

 

Veterans Art Show

January 16, 2013

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – Show your support for Veteran heroes and artists!  The Martinsburg VA Medical Center will host its Annual Creative Arts Festival on March 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Enjoy a variety of art by local Veteran artists, created independently within the last year.  Many of the submissions were made in the Martinsburg VA Hobby Shop.  The Medical Center Director, Ann Brown, will present awards at noon.  First prize winners will advance to compete at the national level.

Are you a Veteran with a knack for the creative arts such as painting, photography, drama, creative writing and more? If you’re enrolled in VA health care, your artwork is eligible for the Annual Creative Arts Festival, March 5. The entry deadline is Feb. 28. For application information, call 304-263-0811, extension 4594.

For more information on this event contact Dawn Johns at 304-263-0811, extension 4594.

The Martinsburg VA Medical Center mission is to honor America’s Veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well-being. Located in West Virginia, the Medical Center offers a comprehensive range of services, including internal medicine, ambulatory surgery, audiology and speech pathology, dental, nursing home, nutrition, podiatry, prosthetics, women’s health, mental health, and rehabilitation medicine. With a service area of nearly 130,000 veterans in West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, the Medical Center operates four VA-staffed Outpatient Clinics in Cumberland, Hagerstown, and Fort Detrick Md., and Stephens City, Va. and three contract clinics in Franklin and Petersburg, W.Va. and Harrisonburg, Va.


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