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Readying forFreedom’s Run

Artist Joy Bridy spent weeks making 100 Freedom’s Run medallions a day from press molds she designed in July. Next, she’ll fire them all in her electric kiln. Freedom’s Run board member Christopher Amores is credited with coming up with the idea of giving participants a hand-crafted piece of local artistry to take home.

 

From her pottery studio in Shenandoah Junction, Joy Bridy works on some of the 1,500 ceramic medallions she’s crafting for Freedom’s Run, the state’s largest running event that’s coming up Oct. 4.
Artist Joy Bridy spent weeks making 100 Freedom’s Run medallions a day from press molds she designed in July. Next, she’ll fire them all in her electric kiln. Freedom’s Run board member Christopher Amores is credited with coming up with the idea of giving participants a hand-crafted piece of local artistry to take home.

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