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  • Brookstone students paint side-by-side with homeless artists at SafeHouse Ministries

    Fourth grade students from Brookstone School in Columbus spent the morning painting alongside homeless artists at SafeHouse Ministries. The idea originated with Virginia Brooks, a fourth grader at Brookstone, whose mother Helen Brooks is a volunteer with the "Home is Where the Art Is" program at SafeHouse.

Brookstone students paint side-by-side with homeless artists at SafeHouse Ministries

Fourth grade students from Brookstone School in Columbus spent the morning painting alongside homeless artists at SafeHouse Ministries. The idea originated with Virginia Brooks, a fourth grader at Brookstone, whose mother Helen Brooks is a volunteer with the "Home is Where the Art Is" program at SafeHouse.
Mike Haskey mhaskey@ledger-enquirer.com