Mary Kay Worth Exhibit and Presentation with the African American Center for Cultural Development

Mary Kay Worth presents at the African American Center for Cultural Development
Sunday, August 12, 2018 - 2:00pm

Mary Kay Worth is a Child of God, Grandma, Mother, Daughter, Sister, Friend, Teacher, Principal, Superintendent, Professor, Traveler, Storyteller, Photographer, Actor, Musician, Person with Disabilities, Author.

Following 30+ years in public education, Mary Kay devotes her time to her passions.  Since 2017 she has been living with disabilities. Currently residing in Olean, Mary Kay has decided to donate several items acquired in Africa during her month long, self-designed “Mission Trip” in 2014 to the African American Center for Cultural Development.

Mary Kay has asked to do a formal presentation. Items from Swaziland, Lesotho, and South Africa will be: Musical Instruments, Hats, Recycled Mats, Monkey Ball Crafts, Etc. All items will be donated to the African American Culture Center after the presentation on Sunday, August 12th at 2pm, Trinity United Methodist Church, 131 N. 9th St., Olean NY. Light refreshments will be provided. All ages are welcome.

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