"We are in desperate need of shelving for our ceramics and pottery classes," said Craig Bulger, coordinator, community Black Diamond ceramic sculpture group, of the Tamaqua Community Arts Center."We have many projects done by community members, but have no shelving to store them." They are looking for anyone to donate strong shelving, capable of supporting heavy items. If you can donateshelving or funds, call Bulger at (570) 926-6370. The group meets three times a week; Monday and Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. andSaturday from 11 to 1 p.m. at the side center, 125 Pine Street.For more information, call the center at (570) 668-1192, Facebook or www.TamaquaArts.org [1] Struggling for more space, Bulger rearranges ceramic projects done by visitors at the Tamaqua Community Arts Center.