Terry Gay Puckett is a multi-media artist who likes to “put a little fiber in her diet.” Twenty-five of her pieces are in the UHS Pavillion of the Robert B. Green Hospital. She was ‘Artist of the Year in 2009’ at the San Antonio Art League. [Read more…]
Susie Monday is an artist and teacher who works from her studio in Pipe Creek, Texas, near San Antonio. As Director of Exhibits and Programs of the San Antonio Children’s Museum, Susie designed the initial educational plan and exhibits for the museum, as well as launched the museum’s programming. Susie has also served as a feature writer and news reporter for the San Antonio Light Newspaper. [Read more…]
Monika Astara is a clothing designer and artist located in Austin, Texas. Using non-toxic paints that do not require the use of water and fabrics made from wood pulp, Monika Astara designs are eco-friendly. [Read more…]
Barbara Schneider thanked us all for being such a vibrant and interested class. We covered a lot of material and did a lot of work in two days! And, there were so many wonderful results [Read more…]
Here, Dale Jenssen is showing off her ladder skills as master installer – the show has been installed by Dale and her excellent crew. Please come and bring friends, neighbors and relatives. Spread the word. This is an event not to be missed! [Read more…]
The Classic Theatre of San Antonio, continuing its Classic Presents series of vibrant visiting artists, will host another far-flung Texas native, Elaine Liner, with her one-woman knitting circle, Sweater Curse: A Yarn About Love (Elaine Liner will be appearing at the Classic for four nights only). [Read more…]
FASA General Meeting Notes
Monday, November 10, 2014
Phyllis Jordan opened the meeting at 10:02AM. One guest, Lucille Breseno from Green Spring Valley (Uvalde), was introduced. She is interested in learning different fiber art techniques. [Read more…]
NOVEMBER 2014 FOOD PANTRY
As you go to the grocery store, past the piles of plump orange pumpkins and cheery chrysanthemums, these are some items still welcome at the Food Pantry of AHCC, where we hold our monthly meetings:
- Canned sweet potatoes, 22 oz.
- Packages marshmallows
- Cans crushed pineapples
- Cans evaporated milk
- One-lb. cans ham (not chopped)
The basics are always welcome (see the attached list). Please leave non-perishable foods, hygiene items, etc. outside Room 12.
If you prefer, you may give cash or checks (made out to “AHCC” with “Food Pantry” written in the memo line, in the envelope on the sign-in table, and please sign in as a donor to the Food Bank.