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Smoky Hill River festival visual arts coordinator Karla Prickett retires

Published on -6/23/2014, 8:02 AM

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By Gary Demuth

The Salina Journal

Smoky Hill River festival visual arts coordinator Karla Prickett retires after working 23 festivals

Gary Demuth -- Sunday, June 22, 2014 8:35 PM

Karla Prickett has worked her last Smoky Hill River Festival, and she's still trying to wrap her head around it.

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Karla Prickett has worked her last Smoky Hill River Festival, and she's still trying to wrap her head around it.

The longtime visual arts coordinator for Salina Arts and Humanities, 211 W. Iron, is retiring after 24 years with the city of Salina and 23 Smoky Hill River Festivals.

It's been a fun ride through the years, but Prickett, 64, said she's ready to call it quits and concentrate on other areas of her life.

(c)2014 The Salina Journal

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