On Tuesday morning, June 11, the Olney Community Library had a presenter come from Prospect Texas with live animals that have been in space!
Following the Graham Regional Theatre summer camp for 2019, the campers performed “Alice in Wonderland Jr.” June 7 and 8 at the Graham Memorial Auditorium.
The “Lion of Judah” is a new installation at the Emty Cross. | Photo by Will Sadler/Artwork copyrighted by Max Greiner
The newest installation “Hope” quietly expresses Jesus’ compassion for children. Photo by Will Sadler/Artwork copyrighted by Max Greiner
“The World, The Word and The Rock” symbolizes Biblical Authority and Global evangelism. Photo by Will Sadler/Artwork copyrighted by Max Greiner
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
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
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.
Monday, June 3, the City Pool hosted “Splash Day.”
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!