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Westminster Presbyterian Church Thanksgiving Eve Service, November 1973

Westminster Presbyterian Church Thanksgiving Eve Service, November 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 22, 1973
Caption
Thanksgiving Service Members of Westminster Presbyterian Church gave something of themselves at a Thanksgiving eve service last night. That's what an exchange of home-made bread symbolized. Members were asked to make a nut, fruit or yeast bread and bring it to the church for a special offering. Shown are, from left, Marilyn Baraard, Marion Genova and Bill Goodwin. Before this offering, an offering was taken which was donated to the Inter-Faith Center for Human Needs. The church is located at 1914 Greenview Drive.

Pioneer High School Music Night - 'They Called Her Moses', May 1970

Pioneer High School Music Night - 'They Called Her Moses', May 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 21, 1970
Caption
Ready for tonight's annual Spring Music Night program at Pioneer High School's auditorium are (from left, rear) Bill Goodwin, Enya Gary, Roger Williams, Cornell Kirkland, Kathy Kitchenmaster, Forbes Dabney and Beverly Johnson and (kneeling, from left) Ann Smith and Yvonne Taylor. The program will feature a selection entitled "They Called Her Moses," which tells the story of Harriet Tubman who helped slaves escape through the underground railroad during the Civil War. The black dancers in the program are from the "Our Own Thing" cultural activities program centered at Jones School. The program begins at 8 p.m.