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Trenton Society

By Melanie Moffett
In Bayou Scene
Feb 1st, 2016
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On Monday, December 14 the members of Trenton Society and their guests were treated to a presentation featuring the perfect marriage of storytelling and visual arts. First United Methodist Church in West Monroe was the place where the beloved nativity story took on new breath and meaning as Allison Milliron meshed the events of Jesus’ birth with her own oil-on-canvas creations. Each piece of art was incorporated to develop the meaning of The Christmas Story.

Following the presentation, the group adjourned to the church parlor where, under the direction of hostesses Kari Scott, Laurie Majure and Pat Minard, members of Trenton Society invited their guests to join them in Christmas cheer and refreshments.

Trenton Society is a 51-year-old organization that exists to render community service in West Monroe and to provide opportunities for cultural and social growth for its members.

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