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Henry Singletary, Volunteer with the Bladenboro Historical Society

Paintings, drawings and wood carvings by Mr. Bernard Frink will be on exhibit through May 27th in the Bladenboro Art Gallery, in the Bladenboro Historical Society Building, 818 South Main Street, Bladenboro, NC. Open hours are 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

During the 1930’s, Mr. Bernard Frink attended several years of school in what was originally the Bladenboro Farm Life School and now the Bladenboro Historical Society building. He graduated from high school in 1943. After a long working career away from Bladenboro, he returned “home” and into retirement.   The Farm Life School building was saved from destruction in 1992.  Mr. Frink is one of the many volunteers with the Bladenboro Historical Society who helped make the building what it is today.

Mr. Frink has contributed much effort over many years to the development of the Family History Room, Craft Room, and Art Gallery.  However, this is the first time he has exhibited his personal work.  The paintings, drawings and wood carvings on exhibit are a selection representing a lifetime hobby.

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