Heartland School Mural in Danger of Being Painted Over

Heartland School Mural in Danger of Being Painted Over

The mural is a collage of images — a Bible, a corn stalk, books — that depict life at Heartland Community School and in Henderson, a farming community in southwest York County with strong Mennonite ties. Published in JournalStar.com, 2/25/09. Click here to read the complete...

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Simplicity of a Flower, Complexity of a Fantasy

Simplicity of a Flower, Complexity of a Fantasy

The first trillium that Mary Lou Goertzen ever saw was in a dishpan. That was in the spring of 1976, shortly after her family moved to Oregon and settled into an empty one-room schoolhouse in Deadwood. Published in The Register-Guard, Eugene, OR, 4/15/84. Click here to read the complete...

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