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Ms. Funke Goes To Washington

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WVIA-FM's Erika Funke was chosen as guest speaker at a symposium on Czech artist Vojen Wilhelm Cech "Colini"

Earlier this month Erika was invited to speak at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Washington D.C. about the life and art work of "Colini": a well traveled european artist who spent the later years of his life here in Northeast Pennsylvania. 

Congratulations to Erika for receiving this honor!

More info on Colini here

See more photos from Erkia's trip here

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