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KSC Surplus Ceramic Sale a Boon to Potters

From Jim Draper, Purchasing: New KSC Assistant Professor of Art Paul McMullan spent the summer sorting out 36 years of ceramic supplies. Last Saturday, his efforts were rewarded when he combined with the KSC Surplus Property Program and sold $3,600 worth of old equipment and supplies.

“What an introduction to Keene State,” McMullan said. “It took a bunch of people to pull this thing together. Environmental Health and Safety Officer Sylvie Rice helped me identify and organize things over the summer. This past week, work-study students Mike Kumpulanian, Brendan Walsh, and Daren Morris provided more help, and on Saturday, KSC Physical Plant workers Nate Demond and Robert MacKenzie provided much of the heavy lifting. We cleaned out years of stuff, and local potters got some real bargains. Now I have room to upgrade and build the program at KSC. Thanks to everyone for their hard work.”

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