Columnist Mary Magee crafted a bowl to give to a chosen recipient, along with a little diary that explains the purpose of the gift and the rationale for keeping it for a brief period, then passing it along to another deserving person. It was all part of her church’s Circling Hands project.
Columnist Mary Magee crafted a bowl to give to a chosen recipient, along with a little diary that explains the purpose of the gift and the rationale for keeping it for a brief period, then passing it along to another deserving person. It was all part of her church’s Circling Hands project. Courtesy
Columnist Mary Magee crafted a bowl to give to a chosen recipient, along with a little diary that explains the purpose of the gift and the rationale for keeping it for a brief period, then passing it along to another deserving person. It was all part of her church’s Circling Hands project. Courtesy

Magee: Circling Hands was a worthwhile project

January 21, 2016 10:24 AM

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