Church members glaze bowls for Opportunity House fundraiser

Photos by Adele Argot From left, seated Tina Argot and Mary Mohn apply the glaze on the to-be-fired bowls they made in a previous meeting. Members of Friedens Lutheran Church in Bernville including Jake Reese, Tina Argot, Mary Mohn, Gladys Oswald and Janet Balthaser work in the art room at Tulpehocken High School with art teacher Lynne Higgins on glazing bowls in a large community involvement project for the Opportunity House. Many groups are making bowls including area colleges and university. The church group has been involved for several years.
Photos by Adele Argot Jake Reese sands his bowl before the glazing material is put on the bowl. Members of Friedens Lutheran Church in Bernville including Jake Reese, Tina Argot, Mary Mohn, Gladys Oswald and Janet Balthaser work in the art room at Tulpehocken High School with art teacher Lynne Higgins on glazing bowls in a large community involvement project for the Opportunity House. Many groups are making bowls including area colleges and university. The church group has been involved for several years.

Members of Friedens Lutheran Church in Bernville including Jake Reese, Tina Argot, Mary Mohn, Gladys Oswald and Janet Balthaser worked in the art room at Tulpehocken High School with art teacher Lynne Higgins on glazing bowls in a large community involvement project for the Opportunity House. Many groups are making bowls including area colleges and universities. The church group has been involved for several years.

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