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Larimore’s passion for art still strong after 41 years

“Summer Harvest” Pastel painting by Barbara Larrimore. Photo By Barbara Larrimore

Larimore’s passion for art still strong after 41 years

“Monet’s Garden” Mixed media painting by Barbara Larrimore. Mixed Media Photo By Barbara Larrimore

Larimore’s passion for art still strong after 41 years

Artist Barbara Larrimore standing next to one of her paintings. Photo By Will Sadler which included a selection of paintings and photography. During David

Larimore’s passion for art still strong after 41 years

Barbara Larimore, local artist, started doing art as a hobby in 1979. It very quickly became a passion.

Refuge hosts Painting Class

Mother-Daughter Painting Class at the Refuge: Back (Left to Right): April Smith, Tannah Smith, Terri Hayter, Adelade Edgington, Melissa Edgington, Bethany Reeves, Madi Clayton (hidden), Raylee Clayton, Christi McDaniel, Ashleigh Clayton, Front (Left to Right): Annette Rodgers, Celeste Rodgers, Lyexi Smith, Jessica Hayter, Kelli Belyeu, Kylie Belyeu, Jennifer Reeves Photo Submitted By Kristy Nantz

Refuge hosts Painting Class

PICTURED ABOVE LEFT L-R: KELLI BELYEU AND KYLIE BELYEU

Refuge hosts Painting Class

PICTURED ABOVE RIGHT BETHANY REEVES AND JENNIFER REEVES

Refuge hosts Painting Class

PICTURED RIGHT: ASHLEIGH CLAYTON AND MADI CLAYTON PHOTOS SUBMITTED BY: KRISTY NANTZ:

Refuge hosts Painting Class

Refuge hosts Painting Class

On a Saturday afternoon on May 27, mothers and their daughters came to the Refuge and participated in a painting class led by Jill Paschal from 3 Dots & 1 Dash. With 19 people in attendance, it was a fun event with some sweet desserts, painting, raffle prizes and mother daughter bonding. The theme for the painting class was Proverbs 31. Among having a day for mothers and daughters to enjoy a couple of hours painting together, it was also a day filled with encouragement for women in whatever stage of life they are currently in.

DPS Reminds Texans to Take Extra Safety Precautions as Summer Heat Continues to Blaze Across the State

AUSTIN – As the dog days of summer continue and temperatures across the state top triple digits, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) wants to remind all Texans to take extra safety precautions, as the heat can pose an increased danger for at-risk populations — including children and the elderly — particularly in vehicles.

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