Stories in Stone
July 21, 2015–
At one point in the Book of Job, the main character wishes his story could be carved in stone.
For the nearly 40 years that Larry and Glinda Felty have lived on Hawkins Street, which ends in the City Cemetery, the Feltys have walked among the stones and thought about the stories of those who are buried there.
“Stories in Stone” will be presented at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 29 in the Parlor at Central Presbyterian Church. All are welcome.
“Some stones have messages, some have symbols, some have only dates, and now some photographs, so my friend Chris Bohr and I did some research,” Glinda Felty said. “In a short power point presentation concentrating on the older part of the cemetery, we point out some of the interesting things we discovered and observed while doing our homework.”