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Western Heritage Sunday

Pastor Kathy Morris is showing cattlewoman Jamie Clement she can be a cowgirl as well as a minster. Riding horses was just one part of Western Heritage Sunday sponsored by the Pawhuska First United Methodist Church. Opening praise was led by 11-year old Bryanna Swan who also performed several vocals. Worship services featured renown cowboy poet Joe Kreger. Special music was provided by violinist Yvonne Rose and guitarist Harry Robinson. Activities included a cake-walk, petting zoo, horse-back riding, Jupiter Jump, and dummy calf-roping. KATHRYN SWAN/J-C CORRESPONDENT
Pastor Kathy Morris is showing cattlewoman Jamie Clement she can be a cowgirl as well as a minster. Riding horses was just one part of Western Heritage Sunday sponsored by the Pawhuska First United Methodist Church. Opening praise was led by 11-year old Bryanna Swan who also performed several vocals. Worship services featured renown cowboy poet Joe Kreger. Special music was provided by violinist Yvonne Rose and guitarist Harry Robinson. Activities included a cake-walk, petting zoo, horse-back riding, Jupiter Jump, and dummy calf-roping. KATHRYN SWAN/J-C CORRESPONDENT

Pastor Kathy Morris is showing cattlewoman Jamie Clement she can be a cowgirl as well as a minster. Riding horses was just one part of Western Heritage Sunday sponsored by the Pawhuska First United Methodist Church. Opening praise was led by 11-year old Bryanna Swan who also performed several vocals. Worship services featured renown cowboy poet Joe Kreger. Special music was provided by violinist Yvonne Rose and guitarist Harry Robinson. Activities included a cake-walk, petting zoo, horse-back riding, Jupiter Jump, and dummy calf-roping.

KATHRYN SWAN/J-C CORRESPONDENT

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