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Updated: 09/20/2017 09:30:16AM

Skate ramp just one part of ‘180 House’

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PHOTO BY FRAN VALENCIC

Even with Sister Maureen Byrne’s encouragement, Oskar isn’t quite sure he is into this painting project.

PHOTO BY FRAN VALENCIC

Sister Maureen Byrne, Oskar and Sue Kastrava get Oskar ready to paint his paw casso painting at Still Point Studio at Barclay Square in Venice.

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Sister Maureen Byrne is all smiles enjoying the finished paw casso by Oskar.

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Sister Maureen Byrne, Oskar and Sue Kastrava share a happy moment showing off Oskar’s paw casso. Oskar was one of the winners in the “It’s Raining Cats and Dogs” photo contest at the Collector’s Gallery. Painting at Still Point Studios was his prize.

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(From left) Josie Hodges, Luanne Wood and Trenton Stevens greet everyone who came to the 180 House on Miami Avenue for the open house. Well over 100 people attended the event. Luanne is one of the sponsors of the 180 House and provided the food for the open house.

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Nancy Jo Heath enjoys open house treats at the 180 House with her grandchildren, Lenin, Tide and Haven.

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Sophia and her dad Parker Thurman celebrate the 180 House and its mission to give students from ages 11 to 18 a great place to hang out Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after school.

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Members of the Friendship Center’s Life History Writers enjoyed lunch at Word of Mouth Restaurant, celebrating its 1st year birthday. The group is (from left) Ruth Wieclaw, Betty Bueter, Riccardo Mazzini, Patti Adams, Elena Mazzini, Peggy Marsten and Linda Miller. Patti is a waitress at the restaurant while Riccardo and Elena are children of the owners (not pictured).

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Students between the ages of 11 and 18 have a great new place in Venice to hang out, thanks to Parker Thurman, Chris Lorenz and Caleb Bell.

These three surfers decided students needed a neat place to enjoy each other’s company and do some fun things.

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