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Pictures of the exhibit are available at this link.
September 21 - November 19Fiber artist Trish Williams' collection of work titled, , was the first exhibit featured in the Foster Gallery for Christianity and the Fine Arts.. Williams' works have been displayed in national exhibits and tours, numerous solo exhibits, and included in several publications.
Carter offered 'better goods.' The Detroit News endorsed Ronald Reagan Sunday, calling him 'a decent man with some different and reasonable ideas about reducing unemployment and inflation while letting the world know _ quietly _ what the nation's foreign policy is.' The Chicago Tribune, in endorsing Reagan, said his candidacy 'carries with it a sense of mission, of direction, perhaps of change, that more and more Americans want.' Carter was supported by the Philadelphia Inquirer, which said it backed him 'with grave misgivings.' Neither Carter nor Reagan 'is well qualified by his record in public office,' the newspaper said.
The Minneapolis Tribune opted for Carter in more praising tones, saying, 'Carter is not a failed president.
With the presidential campaign heading into its final week, more newspapers are announcing their editorial endorsements, and in President Carter's case the endorsements often seem reluctant.
The New York Times picked Carter Sunday, saying that although he has 'seemed to be all sail, no boat,' there was an important difference between the candidates.
In many ways he has been a good one.' Independent John Anderson picked up support from the Beaver County, Pa., Times which said Anderson has the 'most promise for leading this nation.' He also got an the endorsement from his hometown paper, the Rockford, Ill., Register Star, from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and from Vermont's largest newspaper, the Burlington Free Press, which said he is 'highly qualified by intellect and experience for the presidency.' The San Diego Union today endorsed Reagan, saying he 'would unite the American people' and 'restore productivity, prosperity, and strength and make Americans prideful again.' In West Virginia, the Charleston Gazette declared its support of Carter while the Wheeling Intelligencer backed Reagan.
Also today, The Milwaukee Sentinel and the Albuguerque Journal announced they favored the Republican challenger.
Ellen Foster was a member of First United Methodist Church who endowed the Thomas S.
Her paintings are intended as an offering into the life of the Body of Christ. January 4 - February 15, 2015Gathered from private collections of our members, over 90 Creches, literally from around the world, were displayed.
Cultural diversity and the embracing of the Christ Child as the center of this season were two of the things reflected in our display.
The mission of the Foster Gallery for Christianity and the Fine Arts is to nurture mutual understanding and appreciation of the connection between art and faith, and to develop and strengthen relationships between artists, the community, and the church.
Monday through Friday | am - pm Sunday | am - pm Other showings by appointment The Gallery is located in the mezzanine on the second floor of our new edition above the Worship Center.