Virginia Campbell, left, and Doris McQuese, residents of Morning Pointe senior-living community in Lexington, recently made Christmas ornaments and pottery bowls in a class taught by Michelle Armstrong, art teacher at Cardinal Valley Elementary and the daughter of Sandra Newby, a resident at Morning Pointe. The topic of the first monthly class was pottery.
Virginia Campbell, left, and Doris McQuese, residents of Morning Pointe senior-living community in Lexington, recently made Christmas ornaments and pottery bowls in a class taught by Michelle Armstrong, art teacher at Cardinal Valley Elementary and the daughter of Sandra Newby, a resident at Morning Pointe. The topic of the first monthly class was pottery. Photo provided
Virginia Campbell, left, and Doris McQuese, residents of Morning Pointe senior-living community in Lexington, recently made Christmas ornaments and pottery bowls in a class taught by Michelle Armstrong, art teacher at Cardinal Valley Elementary and the daughter of Sandra Newby, a resident at Morning Pointe. The topic of the first monthly class was pottery. Photo provided

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