“Not So Bad Art By Good People” is back again in 2024 with a new line up of celebrity artists. See their works of art from January 2nd through January 26th at Citizen’s Federal Bank, 100 North Main Street, Bellefontaine.

The “Not so Bad Art by Good People” fundraiser for the Logan County Art League features local celebrities competing to create a work of art that will receive the most votes from the community. This year, ten Logan County celebrities have created a work of art, and some do not consider themselves artists! This year’s artists are Greg Titus- Holland Theatre, Bethany Watts-Richwood Bank, Lauren Heydinger Samega -Honey Birch Farms, Hollie Hubbard- Bellefontaine Examiner Marketing Department, Angie Vertucci-Rise FM, LeaDel Hurley-Hurley Farms, Doug Carlton-Small Nation, Tonya Reed-RTC Executive Director, Joe Antram- , TJ Hubbard-Bellefontaine Examiner Publisher.

The completed works of art will be displayed at Citizens Federal Savings and Loan, 100 North Main Street in Bellefontaine from January 2nd through January 26th, 2024, Monday through Saturday during the bank lobby hours. Everyone in the community, friends, and family are invited to view the art and vote for their favorite. Voting costs $1 per vote, and there are no restrictions on the number of times a person can vote. Votes are cast at Citizens Federal Savings and Loan by placing money in the individual artist’s box OR online by clicking the link below.
The winner of the community vote will be announced at a celebration event and dinner to be held on January 26th at the VFW. All of the works of art are auctioned off after the celebration with proceeds supporting the activities of the Logan County Art League. Anyone in the community is invited to attend the Celebration Dinner; Tickets are required for food and drinks being served from 5 PM – 6 PM. A reservation form is available online below or by sending an email request to The Public is also invited to attend the auction that begins at 7 PM and participate free of charge.

A number of community companies have donated to support Not So Bad Art By Good People. At this point in time these sponsors include: Citizen’s Federal Savings and Loan, Zimmerman Realty, Cracked Pot Studio, Richwood Bank, Middlefield Bank, and The Lions Club.