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The 411: Youth


Trash reveals...hidden treasure


Trash reveals...hidden treasure
SARA CANADY Artist Clay McGaughy meets Wilson County friends (from left) Rebekah Canady, Ethan Campos, Jeremiah Canady, and Michael Campos. McGaughy’s cover art caught the attention of the kids while they were adding old magazines to a recycling container, leading them on a hunt for the artist.


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January 9, 2013
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FLORESVILLE -- Treasure-hunting stories are famous for being filled with exciting adventure, a hint of danger, and happy endings. The children in this photo recently experienced a little of all those elements.  . . .

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retiredinlavernia  
lavernia  
January 16, 2013 2:54am
 
 
Interesting story - Reminds me of my grandmother's basement in MI. She was what would be called a horder today and had a room stacked to the clg with old magazines. When ... Read More Read More
 
 
mama2those3  
Floresville  
January 15, 2013 10:15am
 
 
What an interesting find! I am sure the kids will remember the artist and be on the look out for more of his work! :) Keep up the good work Canady and Campos kids.
 

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