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A lifelong love of arts and culture brought Niki Price to her role as director of the Lincoln City Cultural Center. View her video below, then share your story on why you support the Cultural Center, or another local arts organization, and win admission to the Siletz Bay Music Festival.

Compiled by Price for an online certificate course through Oregon State University, the video, filmed at the Chessman Gallery, briefly describes her story on how she became involved with the local nonprofit.

Log on to Facebook and share your story and, in return, you could be selected to win one of four sets of two tickets to the Festival.

Text, photo or video entries will be accepted. Deadline is Friday at 5 p.m. Winners will be contacted via Facebook with instructions on how to pick up your prize.

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