This year's exhibition featured over 40 works of art by local artists and photographers. Among the competitors were a dozen returning artists, including 2016 2nd Place winner Sabrina Gilmore, 2016 People's Choice winner Louis Gewirtz, and this year's 17 & Over 1st Place winner Jessica Torres.
An unexpected highlight was a display of art from Dignity Station, an organization which supports and promotes the independence of the homeless and disabled.
When Kim Hammack called us just over a year ago, we were thrilled to be able to save her $300/year on her car insurance. Then we discovered how active she is in the community.
After over a decade of working as a social worker and leader in local organizations, Kim realized there was a need for more resources to benefit foster youth in San Bernardino County. In response, she founded On the Rise Inc.
OTR strives to get youth involved in every aspect of the organization from planning events, to inte...