These photos were originally published in “A History of Faith” column in the February 2007 edition of North Mississippi Christian Family. I love stained glass and historic churches …
Moore Memorial United Methodist Church is a Winona landmark. The church was a Methodist Episcopal Church when it was built, but joined the Evangelical United Brethren Church to become the United Methodist Church in 1968. Continue reading
Sarah McClain and Kimberly Waggoner working to shape their “Beautiful Mud” bowls that will be part of the Winona High School Arts Class fundraiser, Bowls for the Soul, set for Feb. 28 at the Winona Community House. Tickets are on sale now for $20, which will include a cup of soup to go with an artisanal bowl. Tickets may be purchased by any art student at Winona High School. (Photo submitted)
For the price of a bowl soup, not only will ticket holders receive an artisanal bowl, but they will help Winona High School Art students take two trips to Europe.
Tickets are $20 and can be purchased by a Winona High School Art student. Ticket holders will receive their handmade bowl, crafted by art students, as well as a cup of delicious soup at the fundraising event set for Feb. 28 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Winona Community House.
There are two trips currently in the works for this class. This summer, students will travel to London and Paris. Next summer they will travel to Rome, the Alps, Paris, and London. Continue reading