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ESCONDIDO COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMISSION MEETING
On Wednesday, November 13, 2013, the Community Services Commission will conduct a meeting beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers at 201 North Broadway.
 
In addition to the Park Improvement Projects Update, New Business agenda items include:
 
· Review an unsolicited proposal and business plan to build and operate a BMX track in Escondido’s Kit Carson Park or in another location
· Request to rename Kit Carson Park’s “Sand Lake” to “Eagle Scout Lake”
· Review of the James Stone Pool Audit
· Kit Carson Park Adult Softball Complex Concession Update
· Recreation Services Update
· Older Adult Services Update
 
Any action taken at this meeting is advisory only and will require Council approval before implementation. The meeting is free and open to the public. For information regarding this meeting, please contact Loretta McKinney by phone at 760.839.4871 or email at Lmckinney@escondido.org.
Michael Aaron Williams: Nature | Nurture
Feb. 13th – Saturday, March 5th Opening Reception: February 13, 2016 from 6-9pm ArtHatch and Distinction Gallery are excited to announce the upcoming exhibition of Tennessee based Michael Aaron Williams. The artwork will consist of paintings created with coffee and ink applied to joined ledger paper from the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. The Opening Reception will be on Saturday, February 13th from 6 – 9pm.   The show will continue through March 5th.   In the artists words “Through my paintings and drawings, I attempt to 
represent the fragile nature of  life, purity, and culture. Paint and ink are the vehicles 
by which movement and  conflict are expressed. The beauty and pain of human 
nature are represented by the creation and deconstruction of the artwork. Rather 
than wholeness  necessitating beauty, I portray the human soul as complete despite the fractures.As such, the artwork becomes more relatable to the viewer and 
consequently  more impacting.”   In 2011 Williams attended school at Samford University in Alabama earning a degree in art. In 2015 he earned his MFA in studio art from Washington University in St. Louis.  He has received numerous awards for his artworks and has been invited to speak on many occasions regarding his artwork. He has traveled to Europe, Asia, Egypt, and America to paint and install commissions and participate in exhibitions.   Michael is a full time artist and lives and works in TN with his wife Molly and their newborn son, Bear.   317 E Grand Ave, Escondido, CA 92025 ArtHatch.org 760-781-5779 distinctionart.com 760-707-2770