To the Editor:
Seeing a neglected house in disrepair — located in the middle of pastureland a quarter-mile off a paved road and surrounded by tall weeds — would conjure a feeling of sadnessin most folks.
Apparently, for some, an endeavor can be both a challenge and come easily. This paradox is confirmed by Kosciusko artist Michelle Townsend’s first-ever attempt at drawing a tree.
On one level, we are all callous – hardened. Our senses grow dull to stimuli, even stimuli that is beyond spectacular.
In a sense, it is Edwin Faughn’s station in life to pierce and counter our collective “unfeeling” with reminders of the majesty that envelopes us.
Barlow United Methodist Church
The Helping Hands Ministry held a fundraiser last week that featured dinner and the talents of many volunteer performers.
Pictured here are some of them: AB Helgepeth, Harvest Point Puppet Show, Ida Roby, Chris Cauthen, Katie Jones, and Tommy Armstrong.
Macedonia M. B. Church
KHS graduate Toni Tyler — who now resides in Franklin, Tenn. — has published her first book, telling a story that has been dormant for 73 years.
This week, she is coming to Kosciusko where the story began to sign copies of the recent release.
NAACP monthly meeting
NAACP monthly meeting, Thursday, August 23rd, 6pm at the CMC building in Kosciusko.