Greenville & Hockessin Life Winter 2015 issue
Dec 01, 2015 08:13AM
● By J. Chambless
In this issue, we talk to Debbie Harper about the year-long effort to plan Yuletide at Winterthur, which is a tradition for so many Delaware families. We also talk to Thomas Hanna, the chief operating officer of Harvey Hanna & Associates, which created The Delaware KIDS Fund in 2008 to help Delaware youngsters who are in stressful situations. Writer Richard Gaw takes readers along for a walk in woods and fields of the Mt. Cuba Center. We talk to members of the Weekday Skiers Club, a group that hits the slopes each Tuesday during the winter. We explore the Delaware Nature Society's Bird Banding Project, and we visit the new, year-long exhibit at Hagley Museum called “Driving Desire: Automobile Advertising & The American Dream” that explores the history of automobile advertising. We profile artist Linda Ford, whose abstract paintings are open-ended journeys for the viewer. The photo essay by Carla Lucas spotlights Hockessin's places of worship. We hope you enjoy this issue!
The inside story of one of the area's top holiday traditions Read More »
A new, year-long exhibit at Hagley Museum explores the history and evolution of automobile advertising. Read More »