On the record ... with Cliff Cleland
DeKALB — According to his wife, Marilyn, Cliff Cleland "is always on the lookout for a good picture. He takes his camera with him everywhere."
That pretty much includes most of the world. About 40 of his pictures will be displayed in Cleland's one-man photo exhibit, "Journeys: Near and Far," which will be at The Art Box, 309 E. Lincoln Highway, DeKalb, April 2 - 30. The opening reception will be from 2 to 4 p.m., Sunday, April 7.
After getting his masters' degree in education from Nothern Illinois University, the Chicago native became the first counselor for Kishwaukee Community College for four years. "When I was there, there were no buildings," he said, adding that there were only the cornfields. "There was a farmhouse at the corner of 38 and Malta Road where we did all our business. My job was to register students and figure out their schedules."
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