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RTI donates art to Prince Rupert's Acropolis Manor

Ridley Terminals Inc. has donated three art pieces made in the northwest to Acropolis Manor in Prince Rupert. - Contributed photo
Ridley Terminals Inc. has donated three art pieces made in the northwest to Acropolis Manor in Prince Rupert.
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Ridley Terminals Inc. has donated three art pieces made in the northwest to Acropolis Manor in Prince Rupert.

The wool wall hanging is from local Tsimshian artist Tracy Hughes, the painting of Kleenza Creek is from Terrace artist Anita Desnoyers, and the photograph of Hazelton Bridge is from Smithers photographer Cas Sowa. The artwork will be displayed in Acropolis Manor for residents, staff, and visitors to enjoy.

Ridley Terminals Inc. has invested $50,000 into purchasing artwork made in northern B.C. and provided the art as a donation. To date, 37 pieces of art have been purchased. The art donations are part of Ridley Terminals Inc. commitment to the communities of northern B.C.

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