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AMANDA MORRISON n WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES Students and family members wander through artwork on display at the Tri-County Art Show in Watertown. (brock)

POTSDAM — The SLC Arts executive director is asking the county legislature to pass a bill allocating state funding for county Youth Bureau programs that includes critical funding for a six-week creative program for youth.

Maggie M. McKenna addressed the board during their May full board meeting and said the camp can’t happen without the $6,000 allocation included in the Youth Bureau bill. It had been tabled during the April Services Committee meeting.

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