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The “Lion of Judah” is a new installation at the Emty Cross. | Photo by Will Sadler/Artwork copyrighted by Max Greiner

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The newest installation “Hope” quietly expresses Jesus’ compassion for children. Photo by Will Sadler/Artwork copyrighted by Max Greiner

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“The World, The Word and The Rock” symbolizes Biblical Authority and Global evangelism. Photo by Will Sadler/Artwork copyrighted by Max Greiner

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The “It Is Finished” sculpture is a precursor to what awaits at the Empty Cross Prayer Garden in Kerrville, Teas. Photo by Will Sadler/Artwork copyrighted by Max Greiner

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Artist Max Greiner standing with Ronni Waker, Chaplin Weldon Baker along with his wife Esther and board member Randy next to Greiner’s creation, the “Divine Servant” located at TCK sculpture & prayer garden in Kerrville, TX Photo by Will Sadler/Artwork copyrighted by Max Greiner

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The entrance of TCK prayer garden located in Kerrville, TX Photo by Will Sadler/Artwork copyrighted by Max Greiner

The Empty Cross is a must-see this summer

The Coming King Sculpture Prayer Garden is a must-see this summer. My trip there a few weeks ago was my second time visiting a place that I hold close to my heart.

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Dale Lovett and Carla Inge facilitate a robotics activity with the Olney Elementary School students. Photo by Carol Vorel

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Children engage in a craft activity at Olney Community Library during Crafts and Games hour. Photo by Carol Vorel

Olney Community Library pet show, crafts & games

The Olney Community Library and Arts Center held its 41st Annual Pet Show Tuesday, June 4. There were many people involved, and in spite of a rainy start, they made it a great event!

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The Olney Enterprise

213 E. Main St.
PO Box 577

Olney, Texas 76374


Phone: (940) 564-5558

Fax: (940) 564-3992