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Photos: Chalk Up another year!

Carlene Smith, 9, of Prescott, works on a sunflower at the 11th annual Chalk It Up! event, April 13-14, in the parking lot of the National Bank of Arizona, 201 N. Montezuma St. (Sue Tone/Courier)

Carlene Smith, 9, of Prescott, works on a sunflower at the 11th annual Chalk It Up! event, April 13-14, in the parking lot of the National Bank of Arizona, 201 N. Montezuma St. (Sue Tone/Courier)

The 11th annual Chalk It Up! event saw nice weather (not too hot!), live entertainment and free admission this past weekend, April 13-14, in the parking lot of the National Bank of Arizona, 201 N. Montezuma St.

Carlene Smith, 9, of Prescott, was present again - working on a sunflower; this past year, she won a gift certificate to Bearizona and was able to treat family members visiting from Guam.

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Ruben Martinez Ariaga, from Monterrey, Mexico, works on “Our Lady of Tijuana” in his first year at Chalk It Up! (Sue Tone/Courier)

Also in attendance were guest artists, including Ruben Ariaga from Monterrey, Mexico; Gloria Ing from Los Angeles; Gus Moran from Pomona, California; Jamie and Craig Rogers from Richland Center, Wisconsin; Randy Segura from Morrison, Colorado; Lauren Tuma from Queen Creek; and Holly Schineller from Tempe.

Ariaga's work depicted “Our Lady of Tijuana” in his first year at Chalk It Up!

Supported by the West Yavapai Guidance Clinic Foundation, the event raises awareness and money for mental health, crisis intervention, and substance use treatment services. Fundraising continues — visit prescottchalkart.com/sponsors to help.

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Chalk It Up!, supported by the West Yavapai Guidance Clinic Foundation, raises awareness and money for mental health, crisis intervention, and substance use treatment services. Fundraising continues — visit prescottchalkart.com/sponsors to help. (Sue Tone/Courier)

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